managerial theories of the firm

Definition

Economics

  • plural noun theories that a firm’s success depends on the capabilities and motivation of its managers. It is in the interest of the managers to run the firm profitably and make money for themselves. In most cases the shareholders are happy to let the managers do this since it increases dividends and the firm’s market value.
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