Working Paper No. 569

Investment Liberalization – Who Benefits from Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitons?

Publicerad: December 19, 2001Antal sidor: 39Nyckelord: Investment Liberalization; FDI; Mergers & Acquisitions; RestructuringJEL-koder: F02; F23; K21; L13; L33; O12

Investment Liberalization – Who Benefits from Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitons? Pehr-Johan Norbäck and Lars Persson


Investment liberalizing countries are often concerned that cross-border mergers & acquisitions might have an adverse effect on domestic firms and benefit multinational enterprises (MNEs). However, given that domestic assets are sufficiently scarce, we identify a preemption effect and an asset complementarity effect which imply that the acquisition price is substantially higher than the domestic seller's reservation price. The preemption effect also implies that the seller might capture some of the MNEs' initial rents. Moreover, other policies used in times of investment liberalization, such as restructuring, are explained through their effect on the value of the domestic assets.

 

Pehr-Johan Norbäck

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 Kollektivavtal och lönebildning i en ny tid av Lars Calmfors, Simon Ek och Per Skedinger, IFN, samt Ann-Sofie Kolm, Stockholms universitet, analyseras olika sätt att göra lönebildningen mer flexibel. Analysen utmanar den etablerade synen inom partsorganisationerna på hur lönebildningen bör fungera. 

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