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The Determinants and effects of mergers

The Determinants and effects of mergers

An international comparison (Publications of the Science Center Berlin ; v. 24)

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Published by Verlag A. Hain .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Case studies,
  • Consolidation and merger of co

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages353
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8275982M
    ISBN 100899460453
    ISBN 109780899460451

    An Analysis of the Determinants and Shareholder Wealth Effects of Mutual Fund Mergers Journal of Finance, Vol. 57, pp. , Posted: 29 Nov Cited by:   The announcement effect as a result of the formation of merger and acquisition could be affected by business-specific determinants of mergers and acquisitions. Specifically, in context to the cross-border merger and acquisitions, shareholder value could vary due to the cross-country determinants such as corporate governance.

    This article considers the determinants and effects of M&As in the pharmaceutical industry, with a particular focus on innovation and R&D productivity. As is the case in other industries, mergers in the pharmaceutical field are driven by a variety of company motives and conditions. These include defensive responses to industry shocks as well as more proactive rationales, such as economies of Cited by: This project was concerned with the econometric analysis of the determinants and effects of mergers in an international setting. Particular attention was paid to data development and appropriate modelling techniques drawn from an industrial organisation and financial perspective.

    An extensive review of literature has been carried out in order to get a good understanding in the topic of Mergers and Acquisitions. Literature review has been done from books, journal, published. We find that merger value arises from cost efficiencies in overlapping markets, relaxing of regulation, and network effects exhibited by the acquirer-target matching. Beyond our findings, the revealed preference method has notable advantages that warrant its application beyond the bank merger by:


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The Merger Paradox: Determinants and Effects Firms that are quoted on the stock markets of Western industrialized economies undertake hundreds of acquisitions (or mergers) every year.

Sometimes, however, these hundreds rapidly grow into thousands. "Determinants And Effects Of Mergers And Acquisitions: An Analysis Based On The Notifications To Antitrust Authorities," CERIS Working PaperInstitute for Economic Research on Firms and Growth - Moncalieri (TO) ITALY -NOW- Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth.

This master thesis represents the end of our Master of Science degree in Business and Economics at BI Norwegian Business School. The decision to write about the determinants of mergers was mostly inspired by personal interest and due to the lack of research on this topic in Norway.

Books and Chapters Software Components. Authors. JEL codes New Economics Papers. Advanced Search. EconPapers FAQ Archive maintainers FAQ Cookies at EconPapers. Format for printing. The RePEc blog The RePEc plagiarism page The Determinants and Effects of Mergers: An International Comparison.

Edited by Dennis C. Mueller. Cambridge, Mass The Determinants and effects of mergers book Leslie Hannah. DETERMINANTS AND EFFECTS OF MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: AN ANALYSIS BASED ON THE NOTIFICATIONS TO ANTITRUST AUTHORITIES.

Luigi Benfratello (). CERIS Working Paper from Institute for Economic Research on Firms and Growth - Moncalieri (TO) ITALY -NOW- Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth - Moncalieri (TO) ITALY. Abstract: Using the Italian and European Cited by: 1.

Determinants of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions acquiring a public firm, in which case the coefficient is positive but not signifi- cant.

The coefficient on the average stock market return difference is negative and significant but this effect seems to File Size: KB. This paper investigates the determinants associated with the likelihood of a bank becoming involved in a merger or an acquisition.

Using a multinomial logistic regression and a Cox regression with time-dependent covariates, we investigate the determinants of being a target or an acquirer from a sample of deals involving EU acquirers and global targets over the period of Cited by:   The net asset flows continue to remain negative for the combined fund in the year following the merger.

The likelihood of a fund merger is inversely related to fund size for both within‐and across‐family mutual fund mergers.

However, poor past performance is a significant determinant for only within‐family by: The Effect of Mergers and Acquisitions on the Performance of Companies problem lies in the difficulty of controlling other determinants when singling out the effect of M&As on firm performance.

Despite these limitations, the issues considered by. Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have been attracted academic attentions over the many decades. Much of this interest has been about success of acquisition, majorly focusing on economic return of M&A and mainly take notice on focal organization and static environment around seller and buyer.

However, even before achieving economic wealth through anFile Size: 1MB. The Determinants of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Oil & Gas Industry: Evidence from Canadian and American Transactions Di Lu The study investigates the determinants of mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas industry over the ten-year period from to Our large sample.

about the proposed bid. According to Hirshleifer (), in mergers the involved firms cease to have separate identity and combine to one surviving entity.

Most empirical studies that use large samples of mergers and acquisitions to evaluate the gains and effects of mergers do not explicitly distinguish among these two types of deals. 1st unedited draft, 27 February The Merger Paradox Determinants and Effects Hans Schenk Utrecht School of Economics Utrecht University Published in: Charles Wankel, ed.

(), 21st Century. Berger et al. () analyzed the effects of mergers in banking sector on small business lending by taking data of around US Bank merger deals. They estimated the energetic reactions of other local banks first time in the USA.

They found that the stationary effects of mergers decreased small scale business by: 5. The Determinants and Effects of Mergers: An International Comparison.

Edited by Dennis C. Mueller. Cambridge, Mass., Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain, Author: Leslie Hannah. The effects of the mergers are examined by comparing the performance of the merging firms with control groups of nonmerging firms.

The comparisons are made on profitability and sales. The results show that mergers on average do result in significant increases in profits, but reduce the sales of the merging Cited by: 2 Mergers have been a topic of considerable interest in the United States for at least a century.

Following the first great merger wave that began at the end of the 19th century, several studies tried to explain its causes and effects.1 An “impelling force” behind the mergers was “a wave of frenzied speculation in asset values” (Markham, ).

Mergers are a relatively observable form of business behavior and reflect a major business decision. As such, mergers provide an attractive opportunity for empirical investigation into business behavior, which may shed light on business motivation.

This study tests for the determinants of premiums paid in 1, of the 2, bank mergers and acquisitions that occurred from –Cited by:. This book is based on key concepts of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) which are relevant to the Kenyan situation.

There is a disparity between Kenya's experiences and that of the developed world. The ensuing disparity in world mergers and acquisitions and Kenya in particular forms the basis of this : Fredrick Aila, Fidelis Kamene Muia.The Determinants and effects of mergers: an international comparison.

(not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Case studies. Entreprises -- Fusion -- Cas, Études de. Consolidation and merger of corporations.Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies is foremost an economics book. But it has a high readability factor for non-economist antitrust practitioners and policy makers.

This derives largely from Kwoka's seamless and intuitive linking of empirics, to valuable insight into observed agency outcomes, to implications for merger policy.