Topic: Market competition

Digital Winner-take-all Platforms: Hype or Reality?

By Tejpavan Gandhok The mantra of winner-take-all appears to be the underlying economic assumption behind the flood of interest and investment in digital start-ups in the past few years, argues Professor Tejpavan Gandhok. Are winner-take-all online platforms really as inevitable as they are perceived to be, especially in e-commerce and online taxi hailing in India? Over the past four years, entrepreneurship in …

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Bad News for Your Competitor, Good News for You? Guess Again

How exactly do stocks react to bad news for a competitor? Professor Ramana Sonti and his co-author investigated the effects of a court or legislative judgement for a given company on its competitors’ stocks. Their findings were unexpected. Professor Ramana Sonti, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Admissions and Financial Aid, Indian School of Business

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This is no ordinary disruption

No Ordinary Disruption, is an analysis by Jonathan Woetzel, Director, McKinsey Global Institute and Anu Madgavkar, Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute, of how mangers need to reset their intuition as a result of the four colliding forces which are transforming the global economy: the rise of emerging markets, the accelerating impact of technology on the natural forces of market competition, …

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