Firms that maintain political connections have an easier path through the merger process.
In a study that is the first to examine the issue, we compare the differences in merger behavior and outcomes for politically connected and non-connected acquirers. The study, “Friends in the Right Places: The Effect of Political Connections on Corporate Merger Activity,” is currently under review at a top academic journal.
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