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Die Wirkungskanäle der genossenschaftlichen Eigentümermerkmale: Implikationen für das mitgliederorientierte Management in Genossenschaftsbanken

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    Während sich zahlreiche Studien zumeist mit der isolierten Betrachtung einzelner ökonomischer Wirkungskanäle und ihrer konkreten Auswirkungen beschäftigen, ist Ziel der folgenden Analyse, die diskutierten Aspekte integrativ zu betrachten und zu diskutieren. Die Vorgehensweise soll die Ableitung von Handlungsempfehlungen für ein mitgliederbezogenes Management unter Berücksichtigung der inhärenten Potenziale der genossenschaftlichen Eigentümermerkmale ermöglichen. Zudem soll ein Forschungsbeitrag hinsichtlich der Fragestellung der optimalen Unternehmensgröße von Genossenschaftsbanken geleistet werden. Zu diesem Zweck wird zunächst eine Systematisierung der in der Literatur diskutierten Wirkungskanäle vorgenommen (vgl. Abschnitt 2). Im Anschluss wird der konzeptionelle Bezugsrahmen der Untersuchung hergeleitet (vgl. Abschnitt 3). Die diesbezüglichen Ergebnisse werden abschließend bewertet und ihre Folgen für den weiteren Untersuchungsverlauf zusammengefasst (vgl. Abschnitt 4). Der Beitrag schließt mit einem Fazit (vgl. Abschnitt 5).

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    Date of creation: 2012
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