Managerial Finance


Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 19 Issue 1

Do Advisory Fees Contain Evidence of a Principal‐Agent Conflict?

Charles A. Stone, Anne Zissu

In a world where the objectives of managers differ from the objectives of shareholders, the analysis of management response to a tender offer must consider the possibility…

Merger Premium and the Characteristics of the Board of Directors

Abdul Aziz, Saeed Mortazavi

Since the publication of The Modem Corporation and Private Property, by Adolf A. Berle, Jr. and Gardiner C. Means, economists have written extensively on the proposition…

Bidder Companies and Defended Bids: A Test of Roll's Hubris Hypothesis

R.J. Limmack

Published reviews of the extensive body of research into mergers and acquisitions have generally concluded that shareholders as a body are not adversely affected by…

Statistical Evidence of the Endogeneity Problem: Predicting the Outcome of Tender Offers

Charles A. Stone, Anne Zissu

In the paper “Predicting the Outcome of Tender Offers: An Endogeneity Problem”, we argue that previous econometric models designed to predict the outcome of tender offers…

A Preliminary Analysis of Shifts in Market Model Regression Parameters in International Mergers Between US and British Firms: 1970–1980

F. Connell, R.L. Conn

This paper reports preliminary evidence on pre to post‐event shifts in the estimated values of the parameters, alpha and beta, of the simple regression market model…



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