Corporate Restructuring, Volume 1

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John J. McConnell, David J. Denis
Elgar, 2005 - Business & Economics - 1226 pages
This authoritative book features previously published articles which describe, analyse and empirically explore corporate restructurings. Restructurings include corporate combinations that come about through mergers, tender offers, and joint ventures. They also include various forms of corporate split-ups that come about by means of asset sales, spin-offs, equity carve-out, and distressed restructurings. This two-volume set should be of interest to managers of large corporations and financial institutions, investment and commercial bankers, and scholars with an interest in corporate finance and strategy. 43 articles, dating from 1965 to 2004

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Contents

Gregg A Jarrell James A Brickley and Jeffry M Netter 1988
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John J McConnell and Timothy J Nantell 1985 Corporate
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Myron B Slovin and Marie E Sushka 1998 The Economics
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Edited by John J. McConnell, Emanuel T. Weiler Distinguished Professor of Management (Finance) and David J. Denis, Burton D. Morgan Chair of Private Enterprise and Professor of Finance, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, US

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