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Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting Vol: 4


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781559389884
Published:
17 Jun 1996
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
340 pages - 156 x 234 x 22mm
Series:
Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting

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Part of a series which discusses advances in the quantitative analysis of finance and accounting, this volume is the fourth in the series.
Herfindahl-Hirschman (H) index in the market for academic output, Kee H. Chung, S. Pak Hong; Does comprehensive interperiod income tax allocation make sense? another look at empirical evidence, Pricilla Slade et al; Intraday Beta stability, Larry, J. Lockwood, Thomas H. McInish, Sam Kim; Share repurchase announcement returns under shareholder heterogeneity, Gerald D.Gay et al; An empirical investigation of the transitory component in unexpected earnings, Mohinder Parkash; A longitudinal study of the going concern audit decision and survival time, Carolyn R. George et al; Biases and sensitivities of the Black-Scholes option price, Cheng F. Lee, James Wuh Lin; Testing contingency theory in accounting: a note of the multiplicative interaction model, Ferdinand A. Gul, Judy Tsui; Skewness, transformation and audit sampling, Kevin C.W. Chen et al; The determinants of convergence of opinion at earnings announcements, scott E. Stickel; The effects of option trading on stock price reaction to annual earnings announcements, Richard Lau, Percy Poon; Earnings-returns relation versus net value added-returns relation: the case for nonlinear, Ahmed Belkaoui-Riahi; A specification test of a market model of stock returns, Chi-keung Woo, Cheung Yan-Leung; An empirical test of minimum-risk foreign currency hedging, Chin-Wen Hsin et al; The impact of junior debt upon the systematic risk of senior debt, John Hu, Duane Stock; Extraordinary items reporting experience: successful versus unsuccessful firms, David E. Stout et al; Foreign exchange rate forecasts using vector autoregressive moving average model, Ken Hung, Yang-Tsong Tsay.

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