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Une Analyse Lexicale Des Communiques De Presse Volontaires Emis Lors Des Opa/Ope : Quels Profils De Diffusion ?

  • Emmanuelle Negre

    (LGCO - Laboratoire de Gouvernance et Contrôle des Organisations - IAE de Toulouse)

  • Isabelle Martinez

    (LGCO - Laboratoire de Gouvernance et Contrôle des Organisations - IAE de Toulouse)

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    L'objectif de la présente recherche est d'étudier le comportement des entreprises acquéreuse et cible qui diffusent volontairement des communiqués de presse entre l'annonce de l'opération et la publication des résultats définitifs de l'offre. Pour ce faire, 32 offres publiques d'acquisitions visées par l'AMF entre décembre 2006 et juin 2011 ont été étudiées et une analyse lexicale de 129 communiqués de presse volontaires a été effectuée. Des profils de diffusion sont mis en exergue selon le type d'émetteur (acquéreuse et/ou cible) et d'offre (amicale ou hostile, volontaire ou obligatoire). Une discussion est ensuite opérée autour des motivations poursuivies par l'émetteur des communiqués.

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    Date of creation: 21 May 2012
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, Comptabilités et innovation, 2012, Grenoble, France
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