Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

J. Harold Mulherin

This significant collection of articles comprises seminal works in recent empirical research on mergers and acquisitions. The papers provide a detailed analysis of fundamental questions such as the sources of gains in mergers and acquisitions, the role of activists in the takeover process, the existence of merger waves, the relevance of auction models in corporate takeovers and the measurement of bidder returns.

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J. Harold Mulherin

Subjects: economics and finance, corporate governance, financial economics and regulation, industrial organisation, business and management, corporate governance, strategic management

This significant collection of articles comprises seminal works in recent empirical research on mergers and acquisitions. The papers provide a detailed analysis of fundamental questions such as the sources of gains in mergers and acquisitions, the role of activists in the takeover process, the existence of merger waves, the relevance of auction models in corporate takeovers and the measurement of bidder returns.

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