Product details

By continuing to use our site you consent to the use of cookies as described in our privacy policy unless you have disabled them.
You can change your cookie settings at any time but parts of our site will not function correctly without them.

Abstract

Anatolia National Telekom is a multiparty negotiation simulation patterned after the Turkish government''s aborted attempt to privatize its state-owned telecommunications monopoly, Turk Telekom, in late 1997. Provides participants with an opportunity to identify and negotiate complex issues related to the valuation and sale of a state-owned enterprise in an emerging market context. Members of each negotiating team are valuing a 20% equity stake being offered by three "selling" teams to three prospective "buying" teams representing different types of foreign investors.; 1) Gain an appreciation for negotiating dynamics associated with the sale of state-owned enterprises in an emerging-market setting and 2) understand the impact of political, industrial, and enterprise-specific factors on the value of a privatizing enterprise using discounted cash flow, comparables, and Monte-Carlo simulation methods. Intended to expose students to the realistic dynamics of a complex international privatization.

About

Abstract

Anatolia National Telekom is a multiparty negotiation simulation patterned after the Turkish government''s aborted attempt to privatize its state-owned telecommunications monopoly, Turk Telekom, in late 1997. Provides participants with an opportunity to identify and negotiate complex issues related to the valuation and sale of a state-owned enterprise in an emerging market context. Members of each negotiating team are valuing a 20% equity stake being offered by three "selling" teams to three prospective "buying" teams representing different types of foreign investors.; 1) Gain an appreciation for negotiating dynamics associated with the sale of state-owned enterprises in an emerging-market setting and 2) understand the impact of political, industrial, and enterprise-specific factors on the value of a privatizing enterprise using discounted cash flow, comparables, and Monte-Carlo simulation methods. Intended to expose students to the realistic dynamics of a complex international privatization.

Related