Bringing together academics from various disciplines, these papers integrate the disparate but growing body of literature on mergers and acquisitions. The series is published to explain and discuss the unsatisfactory outcomes that result from many poorly conceived mergers.
Creating value through merger and acquisition integration, D.M. Schweiger, P. Very; integrating acquisitions, R. Pitkethly, et al;organisational change processes in international acquisitions, D. Faulkner, et al; managerial preferences in international merger and acquisition partners revisited - how are they influenced?, S. Cartwright, F. Price; value creation in large European mergers and acquisitions, M. Goergen, L. Renneboog; the operating performance of companies involved in acquistions in the UK retailing sector, 1977-1992, S. Burt, R. Limmack; shareholder wealth effect of diversification strategies - a review of recent developments, R. Limmack; mergers and acquisitions - past, present and future, P.N. Gauri, P. Buckley.