Post-M&A Performance: The Case of VietnamGuest Post
August 21, 2013 (Vietnamica) –In 2005-2012 period, M&A transactions values in Vietnam was estimated around US$10 billion. Employing a categorical data sample of 212 M&A cases, Vuong, Napier and Samson (2013) investigate the relationship between determination of controlling an acquired firm’s capital, assets, and brand versus its capability of innovation and ex post performance.
Empirical evidence suggests negative performance of post M&A operations is likely rooted in an overwhelming “resource acquiring” strategy and . . .
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