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Comparative Institutional Analysis

Abstract

After having put forward both the theory-guided enquiry’s framework of analysis and the asset management sector, the objective now is to investigate in which way the strategically selected asset management firms are approaching the central decision-making problem regarding the institutional arrangements for the marketing of mutual funds to private investors in Germany. Adopting a comparative perspective: The intention is to assess whether and how the respective asset management firm deals with the two fit problems outlined in the enquiry’s theory guided framework.

Keywords

Mutual Fund Private Investor Sales Manager Saving Bank Advisory Activity 
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Literature

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  2. Hackethal, Andreas and Reinhard Schmidt (2005): “Structural Change in the German Banking System?”, Working Paper Series: Finance & Accounting No. 147, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt, http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/schwerpunkte/finance/wp/888.pdf, (02.05.2007), pp. 9–11.
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