INFLUENCE OF CULTURE ON EUROPEAN ECONOMIC CONCENTRATION LEGISLATION
Claudia Dobre ()
Management Intercultural, 2017, issue 38, 97-103
In this article I will present in summary, in the first part of the paper, the European legislation on economic concentrations. The purpose of this work will be to analyze the intercultural aspects that affect the evolution of economic concentration operations at European level. The first step will be to determine the countries of the European Union that are most often involved in acquisitions and mergers in the last years. I will then analyze, taking into account the model of Geert Hofstede, whether or not there is a direct link between this evolution and the cultural particularities of each country.
Keywords: Competition policy; Geert Hofstede`s Model; Mergers & Aquisitions (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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