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Estudios sobre las Salidas a Bolsa

by Braxton7 on octubre 24th, 2009

¿Qué estudios hay sobre las salidas a bolsa?

Estos son algunos de los trabajos existentes en la literatura de la salida a bolsa:

  • Fischer, C. (2000): “Why do companies go public? Empirical evidence from Germany’s Neuer Markt”, documento de trabajo de Social Science Research Network.
  • Gill, B. y P. F. Pope (2004): “The determinants of the going public decision: Evidence from the U.K.”, documento de trabajo del Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Económicas, AD–WP 2004–22.
  • Helwege, J. y F. Packer (2001): “The decision to go public: Evidence from corporate bond issuers”. Working paper Ohio University.
  • Holmstrom, B. y J. Tirole (1993): “Market liquidity and performance monitoring”, Journal of Political Economy 101, 678-709.
  • How, J., J. Lam y J. Yeo (2007): “The use of the comparable firm approach in valuing Australian IPOs”, International Review of Financial Analysis 16, 99–115.
  • Ibbotson, R.G. (1975): “Price performance of common stock new issues”, Journal of Financial Economics 3, 235–272.
  • Jain, B.A. y O. Kini (1994): “The post–issue operating performance of IPO firms”, Journal of Finance 49, 1699–1726.
  • Jain, B.A. y O. Kini (1999): “The life cycle of Initial Public Offerings”, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 26, 1281–1307.
  • Jenkinson, T. y A.P. Ljungqvist (2001): Going Public. The Theory and Evidence on How Companies Raise Equity Finance. Oxford University Press. Oxford.
  • Leland, H. E. y D. H. Pyle (1977): “Informational asymmetries, financial structure, and financial intermediation”. Journal of Finance 32, 371- 387.
  • Ljungqvist, A.P. (2007): “IPOs underpricing: A survey”, en B. Espen Eckbo, ed., Handbook in Corporate Finance: Empirical Corporate Finance (Handbooks in Finance Series, Elsevier/North- Holland).
  • Loughran, T. y J.R. Ritter (1995): “The new issues puzzle”, Journal of Finance 50, 23–51.
  • Loughran, T. y J.R. Ritter (1997): “The operating performance of firms conducting seasoned equity offerings”, Journal of Finance 52, 1823–1850.
  • Lowry, M. (2003): “Why does IPO volume fluctuate so much?”, Journal of Financial Economics 67, 3–40.
  • Lowry, M. y W. Schwert (2002): “IPO market cycles: Bubbles or Sequential learning?”, Journal of Finance 57, 1171–1200.
  • McCarthy, E. (1999): “Pricing IPOs: Science or science fiction?”, Journal of Accountancy 188, 51–56.
  • Megginson, W.L. y J.M. Netter (2001): “From state to market: a Survey of empirical studies on privatization”, Journal of Economic Literature 39, 321–389.
  • Merton, R. C. (1987): “Presidential address: A simple model of capital market equilibrium”. Journal of Finance 42, 483–510.
  • Myers, S. C. y N.S. Majluf (1984): “Corporate financing and investment decisions when firms have information that investors do not have”. Journal of Financial Economics 13, 187–221.
  • Pagano, M. (1993): “The flotation of companies on the stock market: A coordination failure model”, European Economic Review 37, 1101–1125.
  • Pagano, M. y A. Röell (1998): “The choice of stock ownership structure: Agency costs, monitoring and the decision to go public”, Quarterly Journal of Economics 113, 187–225.
  • Pagano, M., F. Panetta y L. Zingales (1998): “Why do companies go public?”, Journal of Finance 53, 27–64.
  • Pannemans, S. (2001): “Going public: Opportunism or necessity? Empirical evidence from Belgian IPOs”, documento de trabajo.
  • Planell, S. B. (1995): “Determinantes y efectos de la salida a bolsa en España: Un análisis empírico”, documento de trabajo del Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros. [Citado en Pagano, M., F. Panetta y L. Zingales (1998): “Why do companies go public?”, Journal of Finance 53, 27–64].
  • Rahnema, A. y P. Fernández (1992): “Inicial public offerings (IPOs): The Spanish experience”, documento de trabajo no publicado de la Universidad de Navarra. [Citado en Rydqvist, K. y K. Högholm (1995): “Going public in the 1980s: Evidence from Sweden”, European Financial Management 1, 287–315].
  • Rajan, R. G. (1992): “Insiders an outsiders: The choice between informed and arm’s lenght debt”. The Journal of Finance47, 1367-1400.
  • Ritter, J.R. (1987): “The costs of going public”, Journal of Financial Economics 19, 269–281.
  • Ritter, J.R. (1991): “The long–run performance of initial public offerings”, Journal of Finance 46, 3–27.
  • Field, L. C. (1998): “The IPO as the first stage in the sale of the firm”, documento de trabajo de Pennsylvania State University.
  • Rydqvist, K. y K. Högholm (1995): “Going public in the 1980s: Evidence from Sweden”, European Financial Management 1, 287-315.
  • Stoughton, N. M., K. Pong Wong y J. Zechner (2001): “IPOs and product quality”. Journal of business 74, 375-408.
  • Stougtton, N. M. y J. Zechner (1998): “IPO mechanisms, monitoring, and ownership structure”. Journal of Financial Economics 49, 45-77.
  • Teoh, S.H., I. Welch y T.J. Wong (1998): “Earnings management and the long-run market performance of initial public offerings”, Journal of Finance 53, 1935–1976.
  • Zingales, L. (1995): “Insider ownership and the decision to go public”, Review of Economic Studies 62, 425–448.

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