Internalization involves the conversion of Explicit knowledge to Tacit knowledge through a
learning process. See also: Combination, Externalization, Knowledge management,
occurs when a securities trade is executed within a brokerage firm rather than though an exchange.
Market internalization advantages
Conditions that allow a corporation to exploit the failure of an arm's length market to deliver goods or services efficiently.
Market Advantages - Advantages that allow the multinational corporation to internalize or exploit the failure of an arms-length market to efficiently accomplish a task.
Rates of interest paid on deposits and other investments, determined by the interaction of the supply of and demand for funds in the money market. Market internalization advantages ...
One of the three pillars of the OLI paradigm for understanding FDI and the formation of multinational enterprises, this refers to the advantage that a firm derives from keeping multiple activities within the same organization.
Eclectic paradigm A theory that posits three types of advantages benefiting a multinational corporation: ownership-specific, location-specific, and market internalization advantages.
A multinational corporation's market advantages may take advantage of market failure.
If the company and its products are equipped with ownership advantage and internalization advantage, they enter through low-risk modes such as exporting.
Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998
Internally efficient market
International Accounting Standards - IAS
International Asset Pricing Model ...
The key features include pre-trade anonymity, the ability to aggregate interest five price levels deep on each side of the market, internalization of orders still available, time stamps of individual orders to preserve position and priority, ...
See also: Transaction, Index, Banks, Gross, Agency