Research in Finance: A Research Annual Vol: 18


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780762307173
Published:
22 Jun 2001
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
268 pages - 156 x 234 x 15mm
Series:
Research in Finance

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This volume consists of original research articles examining timely issues in financial services, asset pricing, and hedging. The articles in the first part of the volume deal with methods for assessing the safety and soundness of banks, rationales for and economic consequences of bank mergers, valuation effects of lender environmental liability, option-theoretic explanations of the closed-end mutual fund discount, and contingent-claims analysis of price-matching refunds. Articles in the second part of the volume study consumption smoothing and the equity premium puzzle, the yield spread of tax-deductible preferred stock, fitting a jump-diffusion model of currency futures options, duration effects on hedge ratios of currency futures, and dynamics between foreign exchange and stock markets in Southeast Asian economies.
List of contributors. Improved methods of treating critical issues in regulating and supervising bank safety and soundness (P.A.V.B. Swamy, T.J. Lutton and P.F. Bartholomew). Economic consequences of financial services industry consolidation (P.A.V.B. Swamy, T.J. Lutton). Secured debt and lender environmental liability (P.A. McGraw, G.S. Roberts). A contingent-claim analysis of the closed-end mutual fund discount puzzle (A.H. Chen, L.J. Merville and C. Won). The "cost" of offering price-matching refund policies: a contingent-claims perspective (S.C. Mazumdar, J. Srivastava). The effect of time complementary on consumption smoothing and the equity premium (C.M. Ahn, I. Joon Kim). A comparison of taxable and tax-deductible preferred yields (A. Murphy). Information inherent in implicit distributions (A. Doffou, J.E. Hillard). Hedging currency risk using futures (V. Bhargava, R. Brooks). Long-run and short-run dynamics between foreign exchange and stock markets: evidence from Thailand and The Philippines (M. Rahman, M. Rahman and M. Mustafa).

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