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Management Buy-Out Of Merkur

Authors: Slapnicar, S.; Garrod, N.
Product Type: Cases
Source: University of Ljubljana; Glyndwr University
Publication Year: 2009

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In this case, issues of agency, corporate governance and accounting incentives are raised arising from buyouts of companies by their incumbent management. The buyout described in this case took place in Slovenia - a full member of the European Union - under a regulatory and reporting environment wholly compliant with international accounting standards. This case is based on the details of how a small group of managers purchased the firm which they ran, now valued at several hundred million euros, for a personal investment of only a few thousand euros. It is suitable to be used as a basis for exploring: (1) issues of agency and incentives; (2) pre- and post-acquisition accounting choices; (3) corporate governance; (4) valuation; (5) growth issues; and (6) ethics.

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Restructuring of firms in transition: ownership, institutions and openness to trade

Authors: Domadenik, Polona; Prasnikar, Janez; Svejnar, Jan
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Journal of International Business Studies
Publication Year: 2008

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A theoretical framework for defensive and strategic restructuring is developed, and provides estimates of restructuring in privatized firms in an advanced transition economy: Slovenia.

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The Development of Sustainable Tourism on the Prestranek Estate

Author: Mihalic, Tanja
Product Type: Cases
Source: University of Ljubljana
Publication Year: 1999

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It began in the early nineties when the love of horses brought Mr Uros Birsa to the deserted village of Prestranek near Postojna, Slovenia. With a group of friends he first rebuilt some old stables for horses to meet their own needs, but eventually he had the idea of building a tourist village on what had been left from an ex-cooperative farm society...

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