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Stratégies de localisation et Fusions-Acquisitions : une Etude Exploratoire

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  • Ludivine Chalençon

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    (EA3713 - Centre de Recherche Magellan - Université de Lyon - Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III)

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    Cette communication porte sur les stratégies de localisation des fusions-acquisitions, étudiées grâce à la mobilisation du paradigme éclectique développé par Dunning et de la matrice firme-pays de Rugman. Notre objectif est de souligner l'importance des stratégies de localisation lors de la réalisation de fusions-acquisitions. Pour ce faire, nous nous appuyons sur une revue de la littérature centrée autour des fusions-acquisitions ainsi que des deux cadres théoriques précités ; celle-ci est complétée par une étude exploratoire des fusions-acquisitions annoncées récemment. Pour terminer, nous reviendrons sur les contributions pouvant être apportées par ces cadres théoriques et tenterons de dégager des pistes de recherches futures.

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    Date of creation: 2012
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, 2ème conférence annuelle d'Atlas/AFMI, 2012, Lyon, France
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    Keywords: fusions-acquisitions; localisation; paradigme éclectique; matrice firme-pays;

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