A theory of takeovers and disinvestment by Bart Lambrecht

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  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Mathematical models.,
  • Disinvestment -- Mathematical models.

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StatementBart M. Lambrecht, Stewart C. Myers.
SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 11082, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11082.
ContributionsMyers, Stewart C., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL3476660M
LC Control Number2005616189

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A Theory of Takeovers and Disinvestment This paper is not just about takeovers, however. To analyze takeovers, we first have to identify and examine the reasons for inefficient disinvestment. Get this from a library. A theory of takeovers and disinvestment. [Bart Lambrecht; Stewart C Myers; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries.

As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by. Abstract. We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries.

As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down the firm and releasing its capital to investors.

We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries. As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down and releasing its capital to investors.

Absent takeovers, managers of unlevered firms always abandon the firm's business too late. At the same time, theory of takeovers and disinvestment suggested by Lambrecht and Myers () and other business growth models mainly suits the advanced economies.

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Absent takeovers, managers of underleveraged firms always close too late, although golden parachutes may accelerate closure. We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries. As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down and releasing its capital to investors.

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We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries. As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down the firm and releasing its capital to investors.

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As product demand declines, a first-best closure level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down the firm and releasing its capital to investors.

Absent takeovers, managers of unlevered firms always abandon the. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We present a real-options model of takeovers and disinvestment in declining industries. As product demand declines, a first-best abandonment level is reached, where overall value is maximized by shutting down the firm and releasing its capital to investors.

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Beginning in with Henry Manne's famous theory of the market for corporate control and ending with the decision in Air Products v. Airgas, this chapter is an intellectual history of the law and economics field as applied to takeovers.

Corporate takeovers are widely researched events in financial markets. For a long time, the degree of takeover activity was negligible in Europe as compared to the market in the United States (US).

How-ever, over the last decades, the European M&A market continuously grew, first mainly in the United. In hostile takeovers, the bidding company directly approaches the shareholders of the company or attempt to replace the management to get the deal approved.

Types of Takeovers. There are following 4 types of Takeovers: Friendly. In a friendly takeover, the company is duly informed before the bidding company puts up an offer.

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Efficient disinvestment can be forced by the right level of debt or by takeovers. Power and control are not standard concepts in economic theory.

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Lambrecht and Myers () show that, absent takeovers, closures take place too late. They then argue that the possibility of takeovers enforces optimal disinvestment, although hostile takeovers can happen too early. Another paper that uses the Nash bargaining framework to determine the terms of a merger is Alvarez and Stenbacka ().

They. Lambrecht, B.M. and Myers, S.C. () “A theory of takeovers and disinvestment.” Journal of Finance, 62(2): (DOI: /jx) (Winner of an Emerald Citation of Excellence from Emerald Management Reviews) Lambrecht, B.M. () “The timing and terms of mergers motivated by economies of scale.”. "A Theory of Takeovers and Disinvestment." Lambrecht, Bart M., and Stewart Myers.

Journal of Finance Vol. 62, No. 7 ():   Takeovers are typically initiated by a larger company seeking to take over a smaller one. They can be voluntary, meaning they are the result of a mutual decision between the two companies.

The book has 22 chapters in six parts. The six parts are: 1)Takeovers and Mergers in Practice 2)M&As - Theories and Empirical Tests 3)Valuation - The Strategic Perspective 4)Restructuring 5)M&A Strategies 6)Strategies for Creating Value There are many end of chapter questions and dozens of mini-cases in the s: Chapter 27 Corporate Takeovers and Wealth Creation (pages –): Marina Martynova and Luc Renneboog Chapter 28 Corporate Governance and Accountability (pages –): Renee M.

Jones Chapter 29 Corporate Governance Rules and Guidelines (pages –): Zabihollah Rezaee. A Guide to Takeovers: Theory, Evidence, and Regulation Roberta Romanot The last decade witnessed an explosion ofactivity in the field ofcorporate takeovers, which ended in an environment ofincreased regulation ofthese transactions.

These events have prompted extensive study into the causes for. Takeovers: Their Causes and Consequences Michael G. Jensen E conomic analysis and evidence indicate that the market for corporate control is benefiting shareholders, society, and the corporate form of organization.

The value of transactions in this market ran at a record rate of about $ billion. focuses on a specific policy area for most of the book - hostile takeover protections - and examines the influence of managerial preferences cross-nationally.

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Other authors (Gourevich and Shinn ; Coifi and. Sandra Betton, B. Espen Eckbo, Karin S. Thorburn Corporate Takeovers**Surveying the vast area of corporate takeovers is a daunting task, and we have undoubtedly missed many interesting contributions.

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Yet fairly little is known about what drives these takeovers, which characteristically involve sig- nificant wealth gains to target firms' shareholders. Ludwig Lachmann in set out to correct the problem that the economics profession had no coherent and working understanding of capital, a concept so integral to economic science and yet not explored at length since the takeover of macroeconomics by Keynesian result was his most lasting.Hostile Takeovers Microsoft V.

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