Stockholders and managers, Microeconomics

1. Suppose that the merger faces some threats and that the industry decides on self-expansion as an alternative strategy, explain the additional complexities that would arise under this new scenario of expansion via capital projects.

 2. Examine how the different forces will come together to make  a convergence between the interests of stockholders and managers.

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