Mergers and Acquisitions: Perspectives

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Simon Peck, Paul Temple
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - 480 páginas
This set includes articles from the four main fields which have influenced the study of Mergers and Acquisitions: Economics, Finance, Strategic Management and Human Resource Management. Featuring the key papers by individuals who shaped the field, the collection presents these formative pieces in thematically grouped sections, including coverage of: * Perspectives on the modern business corporation and the role of mergers and acquisitions: historical, financial, strategic and management * Causes of mergers and acquisitions activity * Performance impact of mergers and acquisitions activity * Public policy and the corporation
The set features a comprehensive index and original introductory material.

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Same economic outcomes
9
Property in transition
17
Integration by way of merger
24
The rationalization movement
55
Takeovers economic natural selection and the theory of
69
A society of longterm commitments
93
The nature of the firm
119
The institutional framework
151
evidence and implications
356
Value maximization and the acquisition process
357
Returns to shareholders 90
360
Acculturation in mergers and acquisitions
363
Examining antitrust policy towards horizontal mergers
369
the effects of antitakeover
370
Further considerations
372
the impact
376

Mergers and the market for corporate control
172
The economics of diversification
186
Agency costs of free cash flow corporate finance and takeovers
229
the efficiency arguments
266
theory and evidence
281
Mergers placed in the context of firm turnover 25
309
Merger motives and merger prescriptions
317
Corporate acquisition strategies and economic performance
327
The empirical analysis of policy
331
a process perspective
337
a case study
355
the case
386
The impact of industry shocks on takeover
393
Useful summaries
415
An empirical analysis of Canadian merger policy
417
the scientific evidence
430
Integrating strategic organizational and human resource
432
Motivation
471
the U
477
Management objectives in mergers and acquisitions 41
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