In order to analyse the abovementioned issues, we develop an empirical model of firm market exit
based on a neoclassical theory of the firm  and contributions of the existing body of literature in this field.
With regard to the problem of market exit
, much has already been achieved in the euro area in the context of the banking union.
If not-for-profit agencies place more value on serving the community than profits, they may not engage in selective market exits
34 billion, due to the effects of previously announced market exits
and a 2.
34 billion, reflecting the impact of previously announced market exits
as well as a 2.
While market entry has benefited from the adoption of new legislation, there are still obstacles in market exit
Practitioners have blamed this on a scarcity of potential Islamic target portfolio companies and a lack of public market exit
options, with most capital markets in Islamic banking centers seen as not being deep and liquid enough.
I toyed for a time with combining VIX (the volatility index) with beta to try to determine market exit
points, but the trouble with VIX is that it can be a good signal or bad.
Some of the more noticeable effects have been consolidations, mergers, industry shrinkage and market exit
On the basis of this evidence the Commission suggests that "even if the customer base fur grocery wholesalers was to reduce, either through acquisitions by grocery chains or by market exit
, we consider it unlikely that a tipping point will be reached".
While considerable public attention was given to the vast number of agency closures that occurred (GAO 1999, OIG 2000), relatively little research has sought to understand why some agencies closed and others did not, or potential associations between agency-level characteristics and the supply-side changes made by surviving agencies that may have potentially allowed some agencies to avoid market exit
Erker explains their dramatic decrease after 1960 and final market exit
in several phases.