Strategic Corporate Alliances: A Study of the Present, a Model for the Future


This volume takes a critical look at the various forms of corporate restructurings prevalent today and at their longterm implications for the structure of corporate America. Nevaer and Deck analyze the opportunity costs being incurred by both individual firms and the entire nation through the wave of takeover activity in the 1980s, demonstrating that the large debts taken on by corporate America to either finance or fend off takeovers has hampered America's ability to compete effectively in world markets. They then identify the essential criteria for a truly successful alliance, merger, or acquisition and suggest models for such restructurings in the future.

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