Effects of Mergers: Six Studies, Volume 2

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Psychology Press, 1958 - Business & Economics - 458 pages
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Effects of Mergers charts the history of six industries with a view to examining the effects of mergers. It deals both with the short and long-term effects of changes in the structure of industry and looks at issues such as whether mergers are in the public interest.

The industries covered are: Cement, Textile Printing, Soap, Glass, Motor and Brewing.

Some comparative material with industries in the USA is included.
  

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Contents

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
11
P Lesley Cook
21
The Period Before 1900 and the Formation of the
28
The Immediate Effects of the Formation of the
36
Conclusions
119
P Lesley Cook
133
Ruth Cohen
215
onwards
246
Conclusions
266
P Lesley Cook
277
George Maxcy
353
John Vaizey
397
GENERAL CONCLUSIONS
423
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