“Dual Different Cultures” Integration: An Integration Performance Measuring Model of Corporate Cross-border M&A

Zongrong Ran

Abstract


The practice of corporate Cross-border M&A (Merger and Acquisition) indicates that the merger is the key of Chinese corporate Cross-border M&A and the cultural integration is the core proposition. The Cross-border M&A integration of Chinese enterprise not only faces competitions among differential corporate enterprises, but also suffers the obstacles of different national cultures, i.e. the obstacle of “dual different cultures”. At the same time, in the collision process, “dual different cultures” identify and mingle each other and gestate the interior mechanism of new enterprise culture. This article empirically studies the Cross-border cultural integration performance and cooperative mechanism by the combined method of theoretic analysis and modeling.

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