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Sprache:
Englisch
ECTS-Credits:
2.0
Art der Prüfung (Deutsch):
The final grade will be based on (1) class participation and group projects (50%), and (2) an open-book final written exam (50%).
Art der Prüfung (Englisch):
The final grade will be based on (1) class participation and group projects (50%), and (2) an open-book final written exam (50%).
Kursinhalt (Deutsch):
The course is structured following a seminar format with participants expected to take a very active role in their learning. The course relies on interactive lessons, and consists of lectures, testimony from M&A practitioners, in-class case and research article discussions, in-class tasks, written group homework cases, and a final exam.
Kursinhalt (Englisch):
The course is structured following a seminar format with participants expected to take a very active role in their learning. The course relies on interactive lessons, and consists of lectures, testimony from M&A practitioners, in-class case and research article discussions, in-class tasks, written group homework cases, and a final exam. The final grade will be based on (1) class participation and group projects (50%), and (2) an open-book final written exam (50%).
Literatur (Deutsch):
  • Aktas, N., and E. de Bodt, 2011. Merger negotiations: Takeover process, selling procedure, and deal initiation. The Art of Capital Restructuring, 261–279.
  • Aktas, N., E. de Bodt, and R. Roll, 2010. Negotiations under the threat of an auction. Journal of Financial Economics 98, 241–255.
  • Subramanian, G., 2009. Negotiation? Auction? A deal maker’s guide. Harvard Business Review 87, 101-107
  • Jetley, G., and X. Ji, 2010, The shrinking merger arbitrage spread: Reasons and implications, Financial Analysts Journal 66, 54–68.
  • Mitchell, M., T. Pulvino, and E. Stafford, 2004. Price pressure around mergers. Journal of Finance 59, 31–63.
  • Rappaport, Alfred, and Mark L. Sirower, 1999. Stock or cash? The trade-offs for buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions. Harvard Business Review, Nov-Dec, 147–158.
  • Luehrman, A., 2009. Corporate valuation and market multiples. Harvard Business Publishing, Product # 206039-PDF-ENG
  • Schill, M.J., 2013. Business valuation: Standard approaches and applications. Harvard Business Publishing, Product # UV6586-PDF-ENG.
  • Schill, M.J., and E. Loutskina, 2013. Business valuation in mergers and acquisitions. Harvard Business Publishing UV6759-PDF-ENG.

Literatur (Englisch):
  • Aktas, N., and E. de Bodt, 2011. Merger negotiations: Takeover process, selling procedure, and deal initiation. The Art of Capital Restructuring, 261–279.
  • Aktas, N., E. de Bodt, and R. Roll, 2010. Negotiations under the threat of an auction. Journal of Financial Economics 98, 241–255.
  • Subramanian, G., 2009. Negotiation? Auction? A deal maker’s guide. Harvard Business Review 87, 101-107
  • Jetley, G., and X. Ji, 2010, The shrinking merger arbitrage spread: Reasons and implications, Financial Analysts Journal 66, 54–68.
  • Mitchell, M., T. Pulvino, and E. Stafford, 2004. Price pressure around mergers. Journal of Finance 59, 31–63.
  • Rappaport, Alfred, and Mark L. Sirower, 1999. Stock or cash? The trade-offs for buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions. Harvard Business Review, Nov-Dec, 147–158.
  • Luehrman, A., 2009. Corporate valuation and market multiples. Harvard Business Publishing, Product # 206039-PDF-ENG
  • Schill, M.J., 2013. Business valuation: Standard approaches and applications. Harvard Business Publishing, Product # UV6586-PDF-ENG.
  • Schill, M.J., and E. Loutskina, 2013. Business valuation in mergers and acquisitions. Harvard Business Publishing UV6759-PDF-ENG.
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