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Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments?

Jagadeesh Gokhale

Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments?

by Jagadeesh Gokhale

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Economic aspects.,
  • Wages.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJagadeesh Gokhale, Erical L. Groshen, David Neumark.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no.4346
    ContributionsGroshen, EricalL., 1954-, Neumark, David., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25, [11]p. ;
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21056049M

    An Examination of Takeovers, Job Loss and the Wage Decline within UK Industry Article in European Financial Management 10(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'   Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments? 0: 0: 0: 1: 3: 8: Do labor market networks have an important spatial dimension? 0: 0: 0: 1: 2: Does Eliminating the Earnings Test Increase the Incidence of Low Income Among Older Women? 0: 0: 1: 0: 1: 6: Does Eliminating the Earnings Test Increase the

    The next part describes the development of hostile takeovers in the world the transactions on the Polish market, Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments?, "National Biuro of Economic Research Working Papers", No. , April The   Gokhale J, Groshen EL, Neumark D () Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments? Rev Econ Stat 77(3)– CrossRef Google Scholar INSEE () Guide

      Do Hostile Takeovers Reduce Extramarginal Wage Payments? The Review of Economics and Statistics, , 77, (3), View citations (38) See also Working Paper () Are the Great Lakes cities becoming service centers? Economic Commentary, , (Jun) View citations (1) Mergers and Bargaining in the Airline Industry proxies for extramarginal wage payments drop after hostile takeovers. The ex post experiments provide evidence consistent with one version of the /_Mergers_and_Bargaining_in_the_Airline_Industry.


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We study the relationship between proxies for extramarginal wage payments and subsequent hostile takeover activity, and find little evidence that the takeovers are motivated by the expropriation of extramarginal wages. Then, using data on wage and employment structures both before and after takeovers, we investigate whether proxies for extramarginal wage Hostile takeovers may have significant implications for long-term employment contracts if they facilitate the opportunistic expropriation of extramarginal wage payments.

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Hostile takeovers may have significant implications for long-term employment contracts if they facilitate the opportunistic expropriation of extramarginal wage payments. We test the expropriation hypothesis by studying the relationship between proxies for extramarginal wage payments and subsequent hostile takeover activity.

This paper improves on existing research by using firm Although our findings do not suggest that hostile takeovers reduce workers' shares of rents, such takeovers do appear to reduce extra marginal wage payments to more-tenured workers in two ways Downloadable.

Author(s): Jagadeesh Gokhale & Erica L. Groshen & David Neumark. Abstract: Hostile takeovers may have significant implications for long-term employment contracts if they facilitate the opportunistic expropriation of extramarginal wage payments.

We test the expropriation hypothesis by studying the relationship between proxies for extramarginal wage payments and subsequent Hostile takeovers may reduce the prevalence of long-term employment contracts if they facilitate the opportunistic expropriation of extramarginal wage payments.

Our tests of two versions of the expropriation hypothesis improve on existing research by using firm- and establishment-level data from an employer salary survey, and by performing both Do Hostile Takeovers Reduce Extramarginal Wage Payments. By Jagadeesh Gokhale, Erica L Groshen and David Neumark.

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77(3), pagesAugust. Jagadeesh Gokhale & Erica L. Groshen & David Neumark,   Introduction to "Corporate Takeovers: Causes and Consequences" Auerbach and Reishus: The Effects of Taxation on the Merger Decision: Morck, Shleifer, and Vishny: Characteristics of Targets of Hostile and Friendly Takeovers: Gokhale, Groshen, and Neumark: w Do Hostile Takeovers Reduce Extramarginal Wage Payments.

Franks, Harris, and Mayer "Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments?" Review of Economics and Statistics (): – Heckman, J., Hotz, J. "Choosing among alternative nonexperimental methods for estimating the impact of social programs: The case of manpower training" Journal of the American Statistical Association (): –   Collecting the most important results of about 80 empirical merger studies, this study condenses the bewildering spectrum of results to 18 stylized facts.

Most important, no more than a quarter of the mergers increase consumer welfare; another quarter increase profits at the cost of consumers; half of the mergers reduce the value of the firm. Targets' shareholders win, while bidders (). Do entrenched managers pay their workers more.

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Evidence from different estimators. Do hostile takeovers reduce extramarginal wage payments. Does privatization hurt workers. Evidence from comprehensive manufacturing firm panel data in Hungary, (). Do Hostile Takeovers Reduce Extramarginal Wage Payments? pp. Jagadeesh Gokhale, Erica Groshen and David Neumark Measuring Oligopsony Power with Shadow Prices: U.S.

Markets for Pulpwood and Sawlogs pp. Brian Murray Service Quality and Motor Carrier Costs: An Empirical Analysis pp. W Bruce Allen and Dong Liu  ATANASSOV, J'Do Hostile Takeovers Stifle Innovation? Evidence from Antitakeover Legislation and Corporate Patenting', Journal Of Finance, 68, 3, pp.

Do Hostile Takeovers Reduce Extramarginal Wage Payments? The Review of Economics and Statistics,77, (3), View citations (38) See also Working Paper () Minimum Wage Effects on Employment and School Enrollment Journal of Business & Economic Statistics,13, (2), View citations (49) See also Working Paper ()