Cross-border acquisitions into the UK: an analysis of target company returns

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Danbolt, J.;
(2000)
  • Publisher: Griffith University
  • Subject: HF5601

In this paper we investigate whether there is evidence of a target company cross-border effect by comparing the premium for those companies acquired by other UK companies with the premium for those companies acquired by non-UK firms. Using data for the period 1986-1991,... View more
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