Discretion has always been his trademark. Competing with labour: skills and competitiveness in developing countries economic paper 31. Repko joined Evercore Partners in September 2005, he switched from the lender side of the table to sit beside companies needing restructuring advice. Repko soon found that retirement was not for him. He inherited the International Harvester case, a massive out-of-court restructuring that took years of work, resulting in what is now Navistar Inc. See below for vignettes shown at The Annual.
Very early in his career, he wrote a paper which toyed critically with the notion of dependency. The continued globalization of business increases the relevance of this textbook and its unique focus on specifically international ethical challenges faced by business, where governments and civil society groups play an active role. The Modern Leviathan in the Third World: The Myths and Realities of Foreign Investment in the Third World. Multinationals, the State and Control of the Nigerian Economy. Reprinted as Lall, Sanjaya; 1977. In 1968, Altman published the groundbreaking Z-Score Bankruptcy Model, a multivariate formula for the measurement of the financial health of a company and a powerful diagnostic tool that forecasts the probability of a company entering bankruptcy. During her tenure Smith managed budgets, payroll, facilities, and myriad business issues for which she felt a bit unqualified.
This is an extensive survey of foreign investment in Chile that followed the decision of the Pinochet dictatorship to open widely the country's doors to such investment, a policy which generally has continued under the democratic regime of President Patricio Aylwyn since 1990. Washington: The World Bank, Office of the Publisher, 1998. During his 35+ year career, Miller has represented debtors, creditors, and other constituents in complex out-of-court and Chapter 11 reorganizations across a broad spectrum of industries. It was the Wickes Companies case, however, that solidified his standing as a top restructuring professional. Developing countries as exporters of technology: a first look at the Indian experience.
London: Commonwealth Secretariat, Economic Affairs Division. Starting as a sole practitioner in Detroit in 1981, Alix built AlixPartners, a global firm that today has more than 900 employees in 14 offices on three continents. Judicial Conference Committee on Financial Disclosure in 2010 and served until his retirement in 2012. Controlling Multinational Enterprises: Problems, Strategies, Counter-Strategies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
In its place, he attempted to develop over time the notion of the construction of technological capability, whether in an enterprise, in a firm, in an industry, or in an economy. He recognized early on the need to develop high standards and a code of ethics for the emerging industry. Foreign Investment Strategies in Restructuring Economies: Learning from Corporate Experiences in Chile. Many of the foreign buyers were apparently financial institutions. Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development? Sauvant, Karl, and Farid Lavipour, eds. After 11 years of working with Fortune 500 companies and then leading a group that handled predominantly oil field services companies, she decided to venture out on her own to assist clients in distressed circumstances.
Learning to industrialize: the acquisition of technological capability by India. Foreign Capital in Developing Economies: Perspectives from the Theory of Economic Growth. Multinationals, Technology and Industrialization: Implications and Impact in the Third World Countries. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. The Politics of Oil in Venezuela.
The Effect of Equity Barriers on Foreign Investment in Developing Countries. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1974. Ridings has been involved in the restructuring of troubled companies for more than 30 years. Attracting foreign investment: new trends, sources and policies economic paper 31. Drawing from research on over seventy foreign corporations, the book compares investment strategies used to assess risk and exploit business opportunities under conditions of fundamental economic change.
Mooney, Executive Managing Director, Crystal Capital A faculty advisor at Yale helped Wilbur Ross, who was toying with the idea of being a writer, get his first summer job on Wall Street. Ross looked for opportunities in distressed industries, such as steel, that no other investor would touch. Altman is revered on Wall Street as the guru of default risk assessment. Alix has been instrumental in convincing the corporate world that turnaround management requires special skills beyond those of a traditional business consultant. The economics of technology transfer. What appears to have happened is that debt that was owed by these state-owned companies was converted into equity upon sale.
Importantly, he is recognized in the business community as much for his advocacy for his clients as for his contribution to the restructuring industry through his teaching, speaking, writing, and mentoring of fellow professionals. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984. Multinationals in Latin America: The Politics of Nationalization. Globalization, Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfers: Impacts on and Prospects for Developing Countries. He did not balk at taking on positions that were unpopular among the neo-liberal unfettered-globalisation school. Annually since 1992, Ridings has been a guest lecturer at the Cornell University Graduate School of Business and New York University Graduate School of Business.
He is an honorary fellow of the American Bar Foundation and also was a contributing author for United States International Insolvency Law published for the U. International Production Networks in Asia: Rivalry or Riches? His career began in 1974 at Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. Technology and enterprise development: Ghana under structural adjustment. His ability to foresee opportunities and to execute precise operational and financial restructuring strategies has had an immense impact on our industry. He also has experience advising boards of directors, and generally representing domestic and international debtors and creditors in workout, insolvency, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters.