1st Edition

Mergers and Acquisitions Critical Perspectives on Business and Management

Edited By Simon Peck, Paul Temple
    1952 Pages
    by Routledge

    This set maps articles from the four main fields that influence the study of mergers and acquisitions: economics, finance, strategic management and human resource management, and encompasses a range of further perspectives. With a multidisciplinary approach, these volumes integrate the main fields of reference for mergers and acquisitions, and are structured around the following issues:
    * the history of, and perspectives on, the modern business corporation and the role of mergers and acquisitions
    * causes of mergers and acquisitions activity
    * consequences of mergers and acquisitions activity
    * public policy and the corporation.
    A detailed index and new introduction are provided to guide the reader through this multidisciplinary collection.

    Volume 1: Perspectives
    Volume 2: Motivation
    Volume 3: Performance Consequences
    Volume 4: Implications for Policy