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Excerpt from Does Corporate Performance Improve After Mergers?
We base our analysis on the largest 50 acquisitions during the period 1979 to 1983. We limit the number Of acquisitions studied to make the hand data collection tasks manageable. The largest acquisitions have several important advantages over a similarly sized random sample. First, if there are economic gains from a takeover, they are most likely to be detected when the target firm is large. Second, while the sample consists of a small fraction Of the total number Of acquisitions in the sample period, the total dollar value of the 50 firms selected accounts for a significant portion Of the dollar value of takeover activity.4 Finally, it is less likely that the acquirers in the sample undertake equally large acquisitions prior or subsequent to the events.
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