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Authors: Bob Bruner
Published by: Darden Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1986
Version: 09.1987

Abstract

This note defines and discusses the concept of the master limited partnership (MLP). Special attention is given to the economic analysis of MLPs: tax-related inducements, nontax benefits, attributes of firms likely best to exploit these benefits, cost/benefit analysis, and a brief review of evidence about spin-offs. (See also UVA-F-0747.)

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Abstract

This note defines and discusses the concept of the master limited partnership (MLP). Special attention is given to the economic analysis of MLPs: tax-related inducements, nontax benefits, attributes of firms likely best to exploit these benefits, cost/benefit analysis, and a brief review of evidence about spin-offs. (See also UVA-F-0747.)

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