La croissance externe symbiotique:enjeux et perspectives
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Olivier Meier: Université Paris Val-de-Marne
Revue Finance Contrôle Stratégie, 2000, vol. 3, issue 4, 113-141
The proposed research focuses on a particular acquisition model, called symbiotic acquisition in theorical literature. The goal of this acquisition is to create new ressources based upon specific firm qualities. As a matter of fact, the aim of this research is to identify success conditions of symbiotic acquisition in integration approaches. For that purpose, proposals have been formulated and tested. Applied to compared case studies, the results of this step of refutation have showed a paradox to be managed by both acquiring and acquired firms. Such contradictory elements have led to a tentative theoretical elaboration.
Keywords: active minority; external development; integration approach; merger & acquisition; model of symbiosis; success factors. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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