|Author:||Professor Brian Ashcroft,Professor James H. Love|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Edinburgh University Press; Illustrated edition edition (September 30, 1993)|
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Home Browse Books Book details, Takeovers, Mergers, and the Regional Economy. Using the Scotch whisky industry as a study, the book concludes that the policy issues involved are much wider than competition policy has thus far allowed for.
Home Browse Books Book details, Takeovers, Mergers, and the Regional Economy. Takeovers, Mergers, and the Regional Economy. By Brian Ashcroft, James H. Love.
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Brian Ashcroft, James H. Love Be the first to ask a question about Takeovers Mergers and the Regional Economy. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Bids for Distillers, Rowntree and Scottish & Newcastle sparked off public debate in the 1980s over the legislation surrounding takeovers and mergers. Using the Scotch whisky industry as a case study, the book concludes that the policy issues involved in such takeovers and mergers are much wider than competition policy has allowed fo. .Be the first to ask a question about Takeovers Mergers and the Regional Economy.
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Brian Ashcroft, James H Love. The controversial bids for Distillers, Rowntree and Scottish & Newcastle in the 1980s sparked off public debate over the policy surrounding takeovers and mergers, and this challenging new study examines the profound implications such acquisitions may have on a regional economy. It shows that there are often systematic forces at work in the external takeover of (and by) regional companies and that the process itself has quantifiable effects on both the companies concerned and on regional growth and development as a whole.
Mergers, takeovers and joint ventures. In the modern business world, the ownership of companies often changes
Mergers, takeovers and joint ventures. In the modern business world, the ownership of companies often changes. This can happen in different ways: ■ a merger: this is when two companies join together to form a new one (. Exxon and Mobil, America Online and Time Warner). If the company does not want to be taken over, it is a hostile bid (and if successful, a hostile takeover). Companies have various ways of defending themselves against a hostile bid.
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