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Determinants of Cross-Border M&As and Shareholder Wealth Effects in a Globalized World

Author : Eugene Nivorozhkin

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Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

We analyze theoretical insights and empirical regularities related to factors determining the cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&As) and impact of M&As on shareholder value of acquires and targets. The analysis of cross-border M&As is a relatively new subject and only recently received rigorous attention in academic research. Within this nascent literature, the survey pays particular attention to the emerging markets, which, in line with their growing role of in the global economy, became an increasingly important arena for cross-border M&As. The existing evidence point out to prevailing challenges in studying cross-border M&As by emerging markets firms. The results are often contradictory and tend to focus on a single country falling short of formally testing existing theories or developing comprehensive theories for emerging economies. We show that the type of factors increasing the value enhancing effects of M&As tends to be similar to the factors affecting the likelihood of M&As transactions. The remaining methodological challenges for the existing studies are related to strong evidence with respect to nonrandom selection of acquisition targets, which, among other “selection issues,” has important implications for choosing counterfactual evidence in order to appropriately compare pre- and postacquisition performance of firms.

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Metadata
Title
Determinants of Cross-Border M&As and Shareholder Wealth Effects in a Globalized World
Author
Eugene Nivorozhkin
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-23850-6_3