Research in Finance Vol: 28


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781780527529
Published:
16 May 2012
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
300 pages - 156 x 234 x 30mm
Series:
Research in Finance

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The theme of this volume is "Dealing with Volatility and Enhancing Performance". The lead chapter sets the theme by giving insight into using the Chicago Board Option Exchange Volatility Index (CBOE VIX) futures in hedging strategies for equity market investors (and hedge funds). During a time when there is much concern about the perceived volatility of global equity markets, the insights offered here could be reassuring as well as useful. The second chapter offers insights into the efficiency (or lack thereof) of attempts for forecast global earnings. Then, the third chapter offers new insights into an issue that has been important for many decades, but which promises to become more topical in the years to come. That is the question of when and why the people who make the business work should also be the owners. Remaining chapters offer further insights into recent trends in "in-house" mergers/acquisitions activity, purchases and sales of real options, project risk, electricity derivatives, corporate governance in Europe, and emerging markets.
List of Contributors. Introduction. Chapter 1 An Empirical Exploration of the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) Futures Market as a Hedge for Equity Market and Hedge Fund Investors. Chapter 2 Global Earnings Forecasting Efficiency. Chapter 3 The Impact of Employee Stock Ownership on Firms’ Investments and Market Value. Chapter 4 Abnormal Returns and In-House Mergers and Acquisitions. Chapter 5 Enhancing the Role of Real Options in Financial Decision Making: Buying and Selling Real Options. Chapter 6 Financial Leverage, Project Equity, and Sensitivity of NPV. Chapter 7 Risk Management and Market Efficiency on the Midwest Independent System Operator Electricity Exchange. Chapter 8 At the Origins of Female Directors' Networks: A Study of the French Case. Chapter 9 Economic Motivation of the Ex-Dividend Day Anomaly: Evidence from an Emerging Market Environment. Research in Finance. Research in Finance. Research in Finance. Copyright page.

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