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Titel: Going Public: The Theory and Evidence on How Companies Raise Equity Finance
Autor/en: Tim Jenkinson, Alexander Ljungqvist

ISBN: 0198295995
EAN: 9780198295990
The Theory and Evidence on How Companies Raise Equity Finance. Forew. by Jay Ritter.
Second.
Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

Januar 1999 - gebunden - 256 Seiten

Beschreibung

In recent years there has been an enormous amount of research into the way companies raise finance from stock markets. There are many reasons for this interest in 'initial public offerings' (IPOs):

· the capital-raising function of stock markets is particularly important in financing firms and encouraging entrepreneurship and growth
· the late 1990s witnessed an IPO boom in many countries, with unprecedented numbers of companies going public
· two stylized facts appear to be valid in many countries: IPOs are initially systematically underpriced, often by dramatic amounts, and over the longer term they seem to under-perform other companies. The attempt to explain these phenomena has resulted in a burgeoning theoretical literature
· there is a continuing policy debate over the most appropriate institutional arrangements to enable firms to access the stock market in an efficient manner, including the roles of financial intermediaries, institutional investors, and the rules laid down by stock exchanges
· privatizations are a particular type of IPO, and the world-wide trend towards privatization has raised many questions regarding the most appropriate ways to sell companies to the public.

"Going Public" is the first book to investigate the issues in a non-technical manner, drawing upon international evidence from private sector companies and privatizations. Building on the success of the first edition, this second edition of "Going Public" has been comprehensively revised and updated throughout.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. INTRODUCTION; 2. Stylized Facts; 3. ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION; 4. Institutional Explanations; 5. Ownership and Control; 6. Long-Run Performance; 7. PRIVATIZATION; 8. Conclusions and Future Developments

Portrait

Tim Jenkinson is Reader in Business Economics at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University, and Fellow of Keble College, Oxford. Alexander Ljungqvist is Assistant Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business, New York University.

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"Jenkinson and Ljungqvist provide a much needed critical review of the vast IPO literature. The coverage is comprehensive and they do a fine job of integrating and evaluating the relative merits of alternative theoretical paradigms in light of the existing empirical evidence. Going Public is an invaluable resource for those conducting research in this area." Professor William J. Wilhelm, Boston College
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