N. M. Leepsa, Chandra Sekhar Mishra
Journal of Management Research, South Asia Publications, Management Studies, University of Delhi, 13 (4), October- December, pp.196-208
Publication year: 2013

Abstract

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have been widely used by companies around the world and have an ever-increasing presence in Indian business. Yet various academic and literature reviews show that there is no conclusive view on whether M&A strategies help in improving the performance or deteriorating the same. There are more of (loser) failure companies than success (winner) companies when they adopt M&A. This paper considers the M&A in Indian manufacturing companies and classifies them into success (winner) and failure (loser) cases based on improvement in return on net worth after three years post-M&A period.

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