Why Investors Sometimes Value Size and Diversification: The Internalization Theory of Synergy
For most firms, size and diversification are correlated with lower value. However, for firms possessing substantial information-based asset, geographical diversification, line of business diversification, and growth in general, add value. This is consistent with information-based assets being a critical prerequisite for synergy, as postulated in internalization theories of synergy.
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