Managerial Finance in the Corporate Economy

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Dilip Kumar Ghosh, Shahriar Khaksari
Routledge, 1995 - Business & Economics - 394 pages
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In most countries the economic structure and financial landscape are dominated by corporations. A critical examination of the various facets of the corporate economy is thus vitally important. In Managerial Finance in the Corporate Economy the authors use new theoretical apparatus and empirical evaluations to present such a study.
The book, divided into five sections, brings together new research on the major issues. These include mutual and pension funds and portfolio diversification; market volatility, credit availability, tax structure and the dividend reinvestment plan; financial institutions; corporate behavior in the context of the international economy. Managerial Finance in the Corporate Economy presents a comprehensive analysis of corporate culture within the international economy.

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DILIP K. GHOSH is Professor of Finance at Rutgers University in New Jersey and serves as Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Chair Professor of Finance at Universiti Utara, Malaysia. He is also the editor of the International Journal of Finance.

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