Empirical Issues in Raising Equity Capital

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Mario Levis
Elsevier, 1996 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
Hardbound. This volume covers issues of interest to corporate financiers, investment bankers, fund managers and investors involved in the process of raising long-term capital. The papers, which represent original contributions in their specific subject areas, cover a wide range of issues. These include initial public offerings, privatisation issues, seasoned issues and international equity offerings, with empirical evidence from more than eight countries in Europe, the Far East and the Americas. The volume makes a significant contribution to bridging the gap between modern finance theory and corporate financing practice. It is a vital book for postgraduate and Phd finance courses.

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Contents

EMPIRICAL ISSUES IN RAISING EQUITY CAPITAL
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THE TIME SERIES BEHAVIOUR OF INITIAL RETURNS ON UK IPOs
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THE UK EXPERIENCE
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