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The German Financial System$
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Jan P. Krahnen and Reinhard H. Schmidt

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199253166

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0199253161.001.0001

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Mergers and Acquisitions in Germany: Social Setting and Regulatory Framework

Mergers and Acquisitions in Germany: Social Setting and Regulatory Framework

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(p.261) 9 Mergers and Acquisitions in Germany: Social Setting and Regulatory Framework
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The German Financial System
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Frank A. Schmid

Mark Wahrenburg

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199253161.003.0009

Reviews the social setting and the regulatory framework for mergers and acquisitions in Germany. Past and existing takeover regulation is discussed against the backdrop of the German concept of Soziale Marktwirtschaft and recent financial modernisation in Germany. Case studies highlight important idiosyncratic regulatory and social aspects of transfers of cash flow rights on complex assets in Germany. Provides an extensive survey of past and existing takeover barriers, including the German system of codetermination.

Keywords:   codetermination, financial modernisation, mergers and acquisitions, Soziale Marktwirtschaft, takeover barriers, takeover regulation

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