By Wübben B.
Mergers and acquisitions within the us of a are an enormous strategic capacity for German businesses of their pursuit of turning into international avid gamers. the numerous quantity of such cross-border transactions displays the corporations' expectancies of constructing worth within the world's most vital purchaser industry. Did the German acquirers reach their transatlantic bounce?
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236. See MAS-COLELL ET AL. (1995), p. 477f. See WIRTZ (2003), p. 56. 5. Within the agency theory, measures by the principals to prevent an adverse selection are referred to as “screening”, while measures by the agent are classified as “signaling”, see KRÄKEL (1999), p. 28. See ACHLEITNER (2002), p. 51f. See BEA and HAAS (2001), p. 374. The principal’s monitoring activities in addition to its screening and the agent’s signaling yield the so-called “agency costs”, see SPREMANN (1987), p. 8. See BEA and HAAS (2001), p.
38. Redistribution refers to the redistribution of the value that is generated through the transaction. This categorization is essentially modeled after ZIESCHANG (2000) and KERLER (2000). 118 Sources of the additional value, or the synergistic 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 Source: presentation follows KERLER (2000), p. 37. The term “hypothesis” is used synonymously with “motive theory” and in this context only refers to theories of mergers and acquisitions and not behavioral motives. See SIROWER (1997), p.
S. Federal Trade Commission, is frequently used in the literature and follows ANSOFF (1987, p. 184). KUMMER (2005, p. 39) remarks that this classification is of a mere technical nature and for vertical transactions does not distinguish between forward- and backward-integrations. Source: presentation follows BECKER (2005), p. 65. See BÜHNER (1990a), p. 5. 30 It may also be desirable in case the acquirer wants to avoid assuming all of the target’s liabilities. 31 Apart from tax considerations, in such a situation the acquirer typically prefers to structure the situation as a share deal, thereby also avoiding the obstacle of obtaining third-party consent for the transfer of an individual asset or a contract.
German Mergers & Acquisitions in the USA by Wübben B.