Eine schlagwortbasierte Auswahl unserer Fachbücher
The book is a philosophical analysis of the consumption based capital asset pricing model (CCAPM), investigating in particular its epistemological and methodological foundations.
Financial markets are integral parts of advanced and developing economies. [...]
Three Empirical Studies
For retail banks, as for other continuous service providers, CRM literature has focused on retention as the goal, given the higher profitability of customers who stay with the firm, when compared to newly attracted customers. Research has found a multitude of reasons for customers to stay [...]
Michael Carlberg & Arne Hansen
Asset price bubbles refer to both real estate bubbles and stock market bubbles. The collapse of an asset price bubble means that asset prices go down while liabilities do not. As a result, millions of people have impaired balance sheets. Put another way, millions of people are in debt. In [...]
An Empirical Analysis with Global Data
This study is based on empirical finance research in the field of corporate governance. It examines cause and effect of CEO disciplining with three self-contained essays. For a global data sample, events of CEO dismissal are used as a proxy for active monitoring by boards. The essays deal [...]
Announcement Effect, Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Board of Directors, CEO Disciplining, CEO Turnover, Corporate Governance, Empirical Corporate Finance, Finanzen, Institutional Investors, Investment Horizon, Rechnungswesen, Relative Performance Evaluation
Financial Flexibility, the Business Cycle, and Tax Benefits
This book provides an extensive analysis of how companies choose the mix of debt and equity to finance their assets. In three distinct essays, the author presents novel empirical and theoretical explanations for the dispersion of debt ratios of US firms within the last four decades. The [...]
Eine Auswahl an Fachbüchern aus dem Verlag Dr. Kovač.