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The price effects of a large merger of manufacturers

Orley Ashenfelter

The price effects of a large merger of manufacturers

a case study of maytag-whirlpool

by Orley Ashenfelter

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementOrley C. Ashenfelter, Daniel S. Hosken, Matthew C. Weinberg
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 17476, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 17476.
ContributionsHosken, Daniel, Weinberg, Matthew, 1978-, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25146157M
LC Control Number2011657361

  Sheen decided to pursue the product perspective of mergers in order to help determine the cause of post-merger financial effects. "On average, the previous research has shown that merging is a Author: HBS Working Knowledge. This study investigates the merger effects of two banks. The merger took place in mid s and the effect was the Alpha Bank. The research is performed in two parts. The first part investigates the merger in the short-term, while the second part investigates the long-term effects of the merger exploring the relative.

NON-PRICE EFFECTS OF MERGERS - NOTE BY THE UNITED KINGDOM Unclassified 2. The importance of non-price effects in merger reviews 5. The NPEs that the CMA considers in a merger case will depend on the theories of harm about how rivalry is affected by that merger.3 The CMA’s guidelines refer to. Because of the large volume of film purchased by the Federal Government, GSA prices are probably lower than average market. prices. / However, our methodology for estimating the price effects of the acquisitions only assumes that GSA prices reflect the general trend in market prices. We believe this assumption isCited by:

This paper examines the price effects of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the US hospital industry. The healthcare sector accounts for US$1 out of every US$7 spent on final goods and services in the US economy, and the hospital industry accounts for about one-half of these expenditures (Folland et al., ).Cited by: This research paper empirically analysis the differences in stock price reaction due to merger announcement both target and acquiring companies. Moreover, before merger announcement the role of insider information is also empirically tested and explained. However, the traditional event study methodology is used to conduct the research and by: 1.


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The Price Effects of a Large Merger of Manufacturers: A Case Study of Maytag-Whirlpool Orley C. Ashenfelter, Daniel S. Hosken, and Matthew C. Weinberg NBER Working Paper No. October JEL No. K2,K21,L11,L4 ABSTRACT Many experts speculate that U.S.

antitrust policy towards horizontal mergers has been too lenient. Published: Orley C. Ashenfelter & Daniel S. Hosken & Matthew C. Weinberg, "The Price Effects of a Large Merger of Manufacturers: A Case Study of Maytag-Whirlpool," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Association, vol.

5(1), pagesFebruary. citation courtesy of. Get this from a library. The price effects of a large merger of manufacturers: a case study of Maytag-Whirlpool. [Orley Ashenfelter; Daniel Hosken; Matthew Weinberg; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Many experts speculate that U.S. antitrust policy towards horizontal mergers has been too lenient.

We estimate the price effects of Whirlpool's acquisition of. The Price Effects of a Large Merger of Manufacturers. Book. Jan ; relatively large price increases for clothes dryers, but no price effects for refrigerators or clothes washers.

The. Orley C. Ashenfelter & Daniel S. Hosken & Matthew C. Weinberg, "The Price Effects of a Large Merger of Manufacturers: A Case Study of Maytag-Whirlpool," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Association, vol.

5(1), pagesFebruary. Orley C. Ashenfelter & Daniel S. Hosken & Matthew C. Weinberg, "The Price Effects of a Large Merger of Manufacturers: A Case Study of Maytag-Whirlpool," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. During an acquisition, there is a short-term impact on the stock prices of both companies.

Typically, the target company's stock rises, while the acquiring company's stock : Andrew Bloomenthal. Particularly, I found chapter 10 (General Guidelines for Merger/Acquisition Management) insightful and I used the checklists in this chapter in portions of our integration effort. What I felt this book missed were templates designed to immediately pick up and use in my everyday life.

I found the book is a quick read-I read it on one airplane trip/5(8). Praise for Valuation for Mergers, Buyouts, and Restructuring “Enrique Arzac has provided an excellent analytical framework for the LBO business.”―William T.

Comfort, Chairman, Citigroup Venture Capital “Enrique Arzac has created a masterpiece―his work combines the theoretical with the by: Merger Guidelines” (hereafter, US guidelines), which guide courts in the United States in how to evaluate the potential anticompetitive effects of a merger, “The Agencies con-sider the possibility that powerful buyers may constrain the ability of the File Size: KB.

The Walt Disney Company (DIS) bought out Marvel Entertainment, Inc. (MVL) in a deal valued at $4 billion in The purchase price was originally a mix of $30 in cash and of a share of Disney for each share of Marvel. and mergers between large companies. Very rarely though are the effects on the companies connected to the merging parties, such as customers and suppliers, reported on.

Since the focus normally is on the merging and acquiring companies it would be interesting to study the effects that mergers and acquisitions have on connected Size: 98KB. announcement and which may have an impact on share price movement. When a merger or an acquisition is announced, a significant amount of information is revealed about that particular deal and this information can be used to evaluate the reaction of stock market to a merger or an acquisition announcement.

Recent oil mergers could have led to oil product price increases by moving the industry closer to an oligopolistic structure which would allow for increased prices. To explore this possibility, we estimate the effects on oil product prices of two large oil mergers inTexaco-Getty and Socal-Gulf. Reduced-form priceFile Size: KB.

Simulation Approach to Analyzing Unilateral Effects Simulation approaches to merger analysis provide a means of quantifying anticipated unilateral effects, offering insight into changes in price, output and consumer welfare.

The results are often more definitive than those obtained from the conventional Guidelines Size: 48KB. price effects of consumer products merger s has been a common component of merger analysis for the last deca de, there is little direct evidence on.

effects of these mergers on consumer prices would be small. Still, 3% of mergers were investigated more carefully, and roughly 65% of these mergers were modified to satisfy government concerns, abandoned, or blocked.5 The legislative premise for the passage of the HSR Act in has been carefully articulated by Baer ().

Introduction. The ethanol-based biofuel industry is one of the primary biofuel manufacturing industries in the United States. North and Central America produce about 49% of the total ethanol biofuel production in the ethanol industry uses agricultural crops, such as corn and sugarcane, as major sources of raw material and thus has very close association with the Cited by: 5.

In merger practice, market definition analysis can be assisted by the allegations of potential anticompetitive effects just as market definition can shed light on the competitive effects. For example, the Horizontal Merger Guidelines of the U.S.

Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission note. Stock price is a combination of the fundamental value, investor/market perception, the macro environment, and liquidity (or similarly supply and demand). Consider these, and also consider in the case of a merger the case of whether or not it will be allowed to go through, or any changes that will have to be made.

merger price changes.1 Existing techniques focus on the relatively short-term price effects; a particular transaction may also raise concerns about longer-run issues such as the rate of product development and innovation that would require separate analysis.

Merger simulation analysis is carried out in two stages. In the first stage, theFile Size: KB. This book was an interesting young adult book about four teens with certain abilities special to each of them. It was a fast paced book that u wanted to keep reading. Wish it being about pages I felt like parts of it could have been developed more to explain more on the elders and other character motivations/5.

Learn how a merger may affect customers of the industry. The effects of mergers may be positive or negative, but there's almost always a change involved.