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  1. Systematic Review of the Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions Performance BADM 504, 2018 Fall Presented by Hyewon Ma

  2. Criteria for Selecting the 50 Papers Key words/title searching: variation of ‘cross-border mergers & acquisition ‘ References from the review papers Restrict the journals based on the Academic Journal Guide 2018 (AJG 20184) in the area of accounting, finance, economics, international business, strategy, management, organization studies, and accounting. Highly cited papers (Papers that do not belong to the restricted journal list but have been cited more than 100 times based on Google Scholar Citations

  3. Dependent Variables Performance of the cross-border mergers and acquisitions Stock market reaction (abnormal returns/CAR) Long-term performance measurement (Accounting based performance measurement) Acquisition premium Survival of the acquired venture (Divestment of the acquired venture)

  4. Theories

  5. Stock Market Reaction (DV = CAR, CAAR) Agency theory and corporate-governance - A firm where agency conflicts are better managed because of better corporate governance is less likely to make poor acquisitions or to manage acquisitions poorly (Young et al., 2008)

  6. Stock Market Reaction (DV = CAR, CAAR) • TCE/RBV/KBV and the internalization of the target • Asset specificity/Acquirer-specific or target-specific resources allow acquirer to more effectively internalize the assets of the target firm ( Shimizu et al., 2004)

  7. Stock Market Reaction (DV = CAR, CAAR) • Information Economics (Signaling theories) • Cross-border M&As are prone to problems of adverse selection (Akerlof, 1970) as asymmetric information prevents acquirers from distinguishing high- and low- quality targets. • Information signals can reduce adverse selection problems (Spence, 1974) • Good or bad reputation of advisors have spill-over effect on the imperfect target information (Rajamani et al., 2016)

  8. Issues, Gaps, and Tensions • Mixed Empirical Results (Average market reactions to cross border mergers and acquisitions announcement) • Literatures report mixed results on average wealth gains effect of cross-border mergers and acquisitions • Positive for both the acquirer and the target: Morck and Yeung (1992), Harris and Ravenscraft (1991), Kang (1993),Nicholson and Salaber (2004), Xu(2017)… • Negative for both the acquirer: Datta and Puia (1995), Conn et al. (2005)… • Different by sample year, countries, private/public targets, etc… • Cross-border mergers and acquisition itself does not have meaningful implication on average stock market reaction • Window of CAR Ranges from (-1, +1) to (-20, 10) • Jory andNgo (2014) adopt multiple windows of CAR and the results show that the direction and the significance of the mean CAR is different by the time window.

  9. Long-term Performance (Accounting-based) Accounting-based measurements: returns on sales (+1 years to +3 years), growth in sales (+2 years), return on assets (+1 years to +2 years), growth in labor productivity, Tobin’s q measurement, industry-normalized profit change (+3 years)

  10. Issues, Gaps, and Tensions • Cultural distance/ differences between the acquirer and the target • Synergy perspective: inter-firm differences provide learning opportunities and access to routines specialized to a local context  cultural distances/acquirer-target difference provides benefits of exposure and access to diverse routines and repertoires embedded in unique culture that were not previously available to the acquirer (Morosini et al., 1998) • Integration perspective: acquiring firms that attempt to realize value using coordination through an integration approach must remove the differences in the organizational routines, processes, and practices (Puranam et al., 2006)  cultural distance/acquirer-target difference taxes implementation of acquisition and their success • Recent publication on the relationship between the cultural distance and cross-border M&A performance adopting interaction and sub-sample analysis concludes that the cultural distance itself does not have meaningful implication (Chakrabarti et al. 2009; Dikova & Sahib, 2013; Huang et al., 2017).

  11. Premium • Bargaining theory and host country-specific risk • Country-specific risk makes foreign acquirers unwilling to undertake cross-border acquisitions unless they receive adequate compensation  bargaining position of the acquirer increases  decrease the premium

  12. Issues, Gaps, and Tensions • Contradicting Interpretations of Premium (1) The higher the premium, the better (Rossi and Volpin, 2004;Weitzel and Berns, 2006; Bris & Cabolis, 2008) Assumption : If the merger premium incorporates (even if only partly) the value of the target firm under the new controlling shareholders, then the premium will be a function of the improvement in investor protection caused by the cross-border mergers and acquisitions. (2) The lower the premium, the better (Beckman & Haunschild, 2002; Betrand et al., 2016; Lee, 2018) Assumption: Acquirers wish to pay as little as possible for the target to minimize the cost of the acquisition

  13. Survival of the Acquired Venture Organizational learning theory and acquirers’ experience To be successful at cross-border acquisitions, companies need to develop the knowledge and skills to screen targets and to integrate them into their own organization (Vermeulen&Barkema, 2001)

  14. Implication from the Gaps and the Issues • Gaps in empirical research • Inconsistent measurement of stock market reaction (windows) and accounting-based measurement (windows, measurements) • Mixed results on stock market reaction of cross-border mergers and acquisitions • Contradicting interpretation of premium • Concept of ‘cross-border mergers and acquisitions’ should be more specifically and accurately defined • Lack of multiple measurement: measurement triangulation is required 2) Managerial capability is rarely explored Sources of negative impact on cross border mergers and acquisitions • Sources of information asymmetry • Inter-firm differences • Country-specific risk sources  How managers react heterogeneously to such sources are rarely explored

  15. Hypotheses Generating • Unexplored theoretical framework: real options theory Real options theory (growth options): An option is a right, but not an obligation to take some future specified action at a specified cost • Firms may take partial equity stake in another company when entering a foreign market with the possibility of expanding when the uncertainty resolved (Trigeorgis & Reuer, 2017) • The higher the country risk, the lower the ownership level of the cross-border mergers and acquisitions (Chari & Chang, 2009) E.g. Xstrata (Swiss mining company) acquired toehold equity (20%) in Falconbridge (Canadian mining company) for 18 months and fully acquired in 2007 Proposition. Taking a real options approach will generate higher cross-border mergers and acquisitions performance Hypothesis1. Acquirer who take partial stake at the initial acquisition of the target will have higher (a)abnormal return, and (b) lower acquisition premium Hypothesis 2. Acquirer who had previous position in the target firm (such as joint venture experience or toe-hold equity) will have higher a.)abnormal returns b.)accounting-based performance and c.) lower acquisition premium Hypothesis 3. The higher the contingency between the level of uncertainty and the ownership level of the acquired venture, the higher (a)abnormal returns; (b)accounting-based performance and (c) lower acquisition premium