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re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the 1960s

R. Glenn Hubbard

re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the 1960s

an internal capital markets view

by R. Glenn Hubbard

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conglomerate corporations -- United States -- Econometric models.,
  • Diversification in industry -- United States -- Econometric models.,
  • Capital market -- United States -- Econometric models.

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    Other titlesReexamination of the conglomerate merger wave in the 1960s : an internal capital markets view
    StatementR. Glenn Hubbard, Darius Palia.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 6539, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6539.
    ContributionsPalia, Darius., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22403340M

    Hubbard, R., and Palia, D. A re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave of the s: An internal capital market view. Journal of International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) - Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), Staff Draft of Exposure Draft - IFRS Jensen, M. A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave of the s: an Internal Capital Market View. Journal of Finance 1,, [30] Jensen, M. ().Author: مهدی بهار مقدم, سیده سحر داودی, نسرین یوسف زاده, زینب اعظمی.

    Hubbard, R.G. and D. Palia, , “A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View,” Journal of Finance, 54, 3 (June) Hunter, W.C. and J. Jagtiani, , “Merger Advisory Fees and Advisors’ Effort,” Working Paper Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Emerging Issues Series No. S&R. Determinants of conglomerate and predatory acquisitions: evidence from the s. Journal of Corporate Finance, 1(), – Towards Understanding the Merger-Wave in the Indian Corporate S., & Jog, V. M. (). The Long Term Performance of Acquiring Firms: A Re-Examination of an Anomaly. Journal of Banking & Finance, 33(8),

    started the idea of a conglomerate making movies and TV shows idea of marketing movies became NBC-Universal part of Comcast Disney: s big success big hits in home video deal with Pixar Paramount: Viacom merger brought profits back in the s corporate empire with many TV networks shared movies to lessen risk purchased Dreamworks.   Read "Mergers and acquisitions: a review (part 2), Studies in Economics and Finance" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. A Reexamination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View. The Journal of.


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A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View R. Glenn Hubbard, Darius Palia. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in April NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance. A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View NBER Working Paper No. w 31 Pages Posted: 6 Jul Last revised: 10 Apr Cited by: Get this from a library. A re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the s: an internal capital markets view.

[R Glenn Hubbard; Darius Palia; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. Get this from a library. A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View. [R Glenn Hubbard; Darius Palia] -- One possible explanation that bidding firms earned positive abnormal returns in diversifying acquisitions in the s is that internal capital markets were expected to overcome the information.

National Bureau of Economic Research: A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s, An Internal Capital Markets View; U.S. Department of Justice: Conglomerate Mergers and Range Effects, It's a Long Way from Chicago to Brussels. Glenn Hubbard & Darius Palia, "A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberwo Note: CF. The correlation coefficients between (quarterly) listed and unlisted firm merger activity decrease in wave years, most markedly in the USA from in non-wave years to in wave years (UK: from to ; CE: from to ).

Thus, there is a complete decoupling of merger activity between listed and unlisted acquirers during waves!Cited by: R. Glenn Hubbard & Darius Palia, "A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Alexander T. Nicolai & Ann‐Christine Schulz & Thomas W. Thomas, A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

The year was chosen as the starting point because it precedes the start of the conglomerate merger wave. Ravenscraft and Scherer () document that percent of all acquisitions in the manufacturing industry were of a conglomerate nature during the periodwhereas this fraction increased to over 30 percent in the following.

A re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the s: an internal capital markets view by R. Glenn Hubbard 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. We examine the motives for takeovers in New Zealand surrounding the stock market crash and compare with the US findings of Gondhalekar and Bhagwat ().

There are a number of structural differences between the New Zealand and US markets that could impact on merger motives. Compared with the US, New Zealand is a small capital market; with weak takeover regulation and a Cited by: 5. JOHN'S LAW REVIEW. phenomenon.

Economists have not yet been very successful in evaluating the the possible impact of a conglomerate merger either in an individual case or in terms of the effect of the conglomerate development on the overall economy.

And, succeeding Assistant Attorney Generals in. A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View, (). A Reexamination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View, (). Long run return anomalies and the book-to Author: M.

Martynova and L.D.R. Renneboog. Although the strategic rationale underlying the most recent wave of cross-industry M&A activity may differ from the conglomerate merger wave of the s and s, the result is the same: the combining of business units that operate in different industries under the common control of a single by: A Re-Examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View, ().

A Reexamination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in Author: M. Martynova. A Re-examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Capital Markets View. Journal of Finance – CrossRef Google Scholar. Huber, G.P. Mukherjee, T.K., Kiymaz, H., Baker, H.K.

Merger Motives and Target Valuation: A Survey of Evidence from CFOs. Buy this book on publisher's site. Investment Opportunities, Liquidity Premium, and Conglomerate Mergers Article in SSRN Electronic Journal 77(1) January with 31 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Hubbard, R. Glenn, and Darius Palia. “A Re-examination of the Conglomerate Merger Wave in the s: An Internal Markets View,” Working PaperNational Bureau of Economic Research (April ). John, Kose, and Eli Ofek. “Asset Sales and Increase in Focus,” Journal of Financial Economics, 37 (), pp.

A re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the S: An internal capital markets view Refactoring: improving the design of existing code [Reference book].

Indeed, the conglomerate merger wave of the s and early s was partly fueled by the belief that internal capital markets were more efficient that external capital markets. There is some evidence that during this period, announcements of diversifying acquisitions tended to raise the acquirer's stock price (Matsusaka, ).R.G.

Hubbard, D. PaliaA re-examination of the conglomerate merger wave in the s: An internal capital markets view Journal of Finance, 54 (3) (), pp. Google ScholarAuthor: Maurizio La Rocca, Tiziana La Rocca, F. Javier Sánchez Vidal, F.

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