2 edition of A theory of corporate financial structure based on the seniority of claims found in the catalog.
1990 by Dept. of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass .
|Statement||by Oliver Hart and John Moore|
|Series||Working paper / Department of Economics -- no. 560, Working paper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics) -- no. 560.|
|Contributions||Moore, John, 1954-, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Abstract: We develop a theory of optimal capital structure based on the idea that debt and equity differ in their priority status relative to future corporate cash pants.
A company with high (dispersed) debt will find it hard to raise Cited by: A Theory of Corporate Financial Structure Based on the Seniority of Claims. We develop a theory of optimal capital structure based on the idea that debt and equity differ in their priority status relative to future corporate cash pants.
A company with high (dispersed) debt will find it hard to raise new capital since new security-holders Author: Oliver Hart and John Moore. Hart, O. and J. Moore () A Theory of Corporate Financial Structure Based on the Seniority of Claims, National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Google Scholar Jensen, M.
() Agency Costs of Free Cash Flow, Corporate Finance and Takeovers, American Economic Review, vol. 76, pp. Positive accounting theory is claimed to be explanatory of accounting practice; a scientific, empirical, economics-based theory.
These claims are examined severally, and in significant respects. Corporate Finance, 10 th edition, McGraw Hill ; Berk and DeMarzo, Corporate Finance, Pearson ) would be useful. Textbooks and readings There is no general textbook that covers the material in this course.
A good book on the theory of corporate finance is: Tirole, Jean: The Theory of Corporate Finance, Princeton University Press. Start studying Financial Structure of the Corporation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
The results still hold if seniority is based on the average of all three worker claims (pension contributions, wages, and severance pay) rather than pension claims alone (Table B).
They are also robust to measuring employees seniority as the seniority of wages or severance pay alone and to using the measure of effective employee protection in restructuring described in Section. A Theory of Corporate Capital Structure and Investment This paper develops a theory of financial intermediation based on minimizing the cost of monitoring information which is useful for.
the more theoretical articles and treatises on finance theory. For doctoral students the book provides a framework of conceptual knowledge, enabling the students to understand what the literature on financial theory is trying to do and how it all fits together.
For MBAs it provides an in-depth experience with the subject of finance. Hart, O. and Moore, J. (b) A Theory of Corporate Financial Structure Based on the Seniority of Claims, NBER Working Paper Series, no.
CrossRef Google Scholar Herman, E. () Corporate Control, Corporate Power (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Altman, E. Corporate Financial Distress and Bankruptcy, 2nd ed.New York: John Wiley Sons.
Google Scholar. Walter, J. Determination of Technical Insolvency. Journal of Business (January). Google Scholar. CHAPTER 2 Evolution of the Bankruptcy Process in the United States and International Comparisons. Nottingham University Business School. Steve Diacon.
Nottingham University Business School. In particular, securities with high book to market ratios (book equity divided by market equity, BEME) appear to command a value premium. A Theory of Corporate Financial Structure Based on the Seniority of Claims.
Such research could help in explaining inter-industry variations in capital structure. Theories Driven by Corporate Control Considerations. Following the growing importance of takeover activities in the 's, the finance literature began to examine the linkage between the market for corporate control and capital structure.
The Theory of Corporate Finance also covers the application of the paradigms of corporate finance to particular aspects of corporate financial decisions and relationships. These include initial public offerings of common stock, the role of debt contracts, the relation between financial structure and the real asset and product markets, capital.
2 Corporate Financing: Some Stylized Facts 75 Introduction 75 ModiglianiMiller and the Financial Structure Puzzle 77 Debt Instruments 80 Equity Instruments 90 Financing Patterns 95 Conclusion Appendixes The Five Cs of Credit Analysis Loan Covenants References II Corporate Financing and Agency.
1 Forthcoming: Strategic Management in the 21st Century, Volume 2 Corporate Strategy, Praeger Press Corporate Financial Strategy Arindam Bandopadhyaya1 Kristen Callahan2 Yong-Chul Shin3 Current Version: February 1 Corresponding author; Chair, Director of Financial Services Forum and Faculty in the Department of Accounting and Finance, College of Management.
Corporate Taxes the debt tax shield Personal Taxes Bankruptcy Costs The Static Trade-Off Theory References Brealey, R. and S. Myers Principles of Corporate Finance, 9th Edition (New York McGraw-Hill ) Chapters 18 and 19 Grinblatt M.
and S. Titman () 2nd Edition Financial Markets and Corporate. capital structure as a bargaining tool: the role of leverage in contract renegociation. year of publication: I The Theory Of Finance 1 Introduction: Capital Markets, Consumption, and Investment 2 Investment Decisions: The Certainty Case 3 More Advanced Capital Budgeting 4 The Theory of Choice: Utility Theory Given Uncertainty 5 State-Preference Theory 6 Objects of Choice: Mean-Variance Uncertainty 7 Market Equilibrium: CAPM and APT 8 Pricing Contingent Claims: Option Pricing Theory and.
Capital structure in corporate finance is the mix of various forms of external funds, known as capital, used to finance a business. It consists of shareholders' equity, debt, and preferred stock, and is detailed in the company's balance sheet.
The larger the debt component is in relation to the other sources of capital, the greater financial leverage the firm is said to have. Too much debt can increase the risk of the company and reduce its financial. This is a book which should be read by all students, whether undergraduate and postgraduate.
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Ownership and board structures in publicly traded corporations. JournaL ofFinanciaL Economics, 52, Harris M. and A. Raviv (). Corporate control contests and capital structure. Journal of Financial Economics, 20, Hart, O. and J. Moore (). Debt and seniority: An analysis of the role of hard claims in constraining management.
Capital Structure theory based on a Gaussian setting. In this paper, we use a non-Gaussian setting to come up with a fair valuation of companys credit risk. The non-Gaussian framework has been set up by L.
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entrenchment has uniformly stronger magnitude for all of our main explana tory from ECON at Berkeley City College. To be fair, it is true that corporate financial theory has made advances in taking commonsense principles and providing structure, but these advances have been primarily on the details.
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