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Not all Acquirers perform the same, and that matters. / Angwin, Duncan Neil; Urs, Uma; Thanos, Ioannis; Appadu, Naag.

2017. Paper presented at SMS Special Conference in Costa Rica, La Garita, Costa Rica.

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Angwin, DN, Urs, U, Thanos, I & Appadu, N 2017, 'Not all Acquirers perform the same, and that matters', Paper presented at SMS Special Conference in Costa Rica, La Garita, Costa Rica, 14/12/17 - 16/12/17.

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Angwin, D. N., Urs, U., Thanos, I., & Appadu, N. (2017). Not all Acquirers perform the same, and that matters. Paper presented at SMS Special Conference in Costa Rica, La Garita, Costa Rica.

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Angwin DN, Urs U, Thanos I, Appadu N. Not all Acquirers perform the same, and that matters. 2017. Paper presented at SMS Special Conference in Costa Rica, La Garita, Costa Rica.

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Angwin, Duncan Neil ; Urs, Uma ; Thanos, Ioannis ; Appadu, Naag. / Not all Acquirers perform the same, and that matters. Paper presented at SMS Special Conference in Costa Rica, La Garita, Costa Rica.

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abstract = "Many studies of M&A performance suggest that most fail, using a wide range of methods and criteria for evaluation but based on the general assumption that they aim to maximise value. M&A are also studied at different levels of analysis, notably from strategy, CEO and macro perspectives and yet performance studies have not yet integrated these in a single analysis. This paper draws upon these three levels to create an M&A typology that can then be tested using a CAAR methodology. Results indicate significant differences in performance by M&A type. This suggests that each of the levels of analysis matters and in particular that context plays a crucial role. Our evidence suggests that, contrary to current M&A performance dogma, M&As with a classical strategy and good agent CEO during a boom period, out perform the market and other M&A deals.",
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