A Reader in International Corporate Finance, Volume 2 by Stijn Classens, Luc Laeven

By Stijn Classens, Luc Laeven

'A Reader in overseas company Finance' deals an outline of present considering on six themes: legislations and finance, company governance, banking, capital markets, capital constitution and financing constraints, and the political financial system of finance. This number of 23 of the main influential articles released within the interval 2000-2006 displays new trends:

• curiosity in foreign features of company finance, rather particular to rising markets,
• knowledge of the significance of associations in explaining international changes in company finance.

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After trying a number of specifications I ended up including one-month lagged, current, and one-month leads of the fundamentals. 22 A Reader in International Corporate Finance 550 The Journal of Finance The use of this relatively long event window raises the following problem in interpreting the results. , Loughran and Ritter ~1995!!. If this is the case then the results in Table V may be an artifact of the relatively long event window. This section reestimates the response of equity prices to liberalization using shorter event windows.

014! 045! 045! 045! 027 2292 2292 2292 1569 1569 1569 R EAFE RO 2 No. of obs. *, **, and *** indicate significant difference at the 10, 5, and 1 percent levels, respectively. 24 A Reader in International Corporate Finance 552 The Journal of Finance consistent with the stock return results. As in Tables V and VI, the Trade coefficient is highly significant in all dividend yield regressions, indicating that a move toward freer trade is seen as improving future growth prospects. Column ~2! of Table AII lists all of the unique dates in columns ~3!

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