Understanding mergers and acquisitions in the 21st century : a multidisciplinary approach / Killian J. McCarthy / Wilfred Dolfsma.

Auteur secondaire: Dolfsma, Wilfred. Auteur
ISBN: 9780230336667
Note de bibliographie: Notes bibliogr. Index.
Table des matières: P. 1 1, Introduction - Understanding mergers and acquisitions in the 21st century : a multidisciplinary approach / Killian J. McCarthy and Wilfred Dolfsma P. 9 Part I, Setting the scene, a perspective from economics and law P. 11 2, The business environment - mergers and merger waves : a century of cause and effect / Killian J. McCarthy P. 37 3, The legal environment - the same but different ? A comparison of the regulatory regimes of 21st-century Europe, the USA and China / Odhran James McCarthy P. 77 Part II, Explaining M&A performances, a perspective from economics and business P. 79 4, Firm size - when bigger isn't always better : a study of merger and acquisitions by small and medium enterprises / Utz Weitzel and Killian J. McCarthy P. 109 5, Merger motives - merger motives and the realization of gains / Killian J. McCarthy and Utz Weitzel P. 148 6, Shareholder optimism - shareholders' expectations, aspiration levels and mergers / Enrico Diecidue, Jeroen van de Ven and Utz Weitzel P. 165 A perspective from psychology and sociology P. 167 7, Culture - addressing culture in mergers and acquisitions / Christine Coisne P. 198 8, Managerial power - power and the destruction of value in mergers and acquisitions / Claire E. Ashton-James, Killian J. McCarthy and Anca Dranca-Iacoban P. 223 9, Personality - mergers as marriages : using attachment theory to understand mergers and acquisitions / Boyana N. Petkova and Killian J. McCarthy P. 251 Part III, Moving forward, a perspective from computer science P. 253 10, A view to the future - a data-driven approach to mergers and acquisitions / Auke-Dirk Pietersma and Killian J. McCarthy
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BU Vauban EDHEC Business School Lille  112.84 MCC  Disponible   --   00091015   Monographie imprimée