2 edition of Negotiations and the distribution of take-over gains found in the catalog.
Negotiations and the distribution of take-over gains
Cynthia Van Hulle
by EuropeanInstitute for Advanced Studies in Management in Brussels
Written in English
Includes bibliography (p37-38).
|Statement||Cynthia Van Hulle, Piet Sercu.|
|Series||Working papers (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management) -- no.91-15|
|Contributions||Sercu, Piet, 1951-, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
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BIDDING NEGOTIATIONS AND TAKE-OVER PRICES Bidding, Negotiations and Take-over Prices CYNTHIA VAN HULLS, Professor, Faculty of Applied Economics, and PIET SERCU, Associate Professor of International Finance, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium The authors argue that it is bargaining, not competition, which determines the way gains are distributed in take-over bids.
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