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The Equity-Financing Channel, The Catering Channel, And Corporate Investment: International Evidence, Yuanto KUSNADI, John K. C. WEI 2017 Singapore Management University

The Equity-Financing Channel, The Catering Channel, And Corporate Investment: International Evidence, Yuanto Kusnadi, John K. C. Wei

Research Collection School Of Accountancy

We examine how stock market mispricing affects corporate investment in an internationalsetting. We find that investment is more sensitive to stock prices for equity-dependent firms thanfor non-equity-dependent firms in our international sample. Investment is also more sensitive tostock prices for firms located in countries with more developed capital markets (i.e., lower costsof raising capital), higher share turnover (i.e., shorter shareholder horizons), and higher R&Dintensity (i.e., more opaque assets). More importantly, the positive relation between equitydependence and the sensitivity of investment to stock prices is more pronounced for firmslocated in these same countries. These findings are consistent ...


Return Predictability And The Real Option Value Of Segments, Pingui RAO, Heng YUE, Xin ZHOU 2017 Singapore Management University

Return Predictability And The Real Option Value Of Segments, Pingui Rao, Heng Yue, Xin Zhou

Research Collection School Of Accountancy

Theory suggests that firm value should include the value of real options; that is, firms have the option to expand more profitable businesses and liquidate less profitable businesses. In a diversified firm, each segment has its own real options. Applying real options theory to a diversified firm at the firm level neglects the value of segment-level options. If investors overlook segment-level options, mispricing will occur. Using data from 1981 to 2013, we find that a hedge portfolio buying diversified firms in the highest decile of the estimated real option value of segments (RVS) and selling those in the lowest RVS ...


An Introduction To Finance.Pdf, Denver Burke 2017 Selected Works

An Introduction To Finance.Pdf, Denver Burke

Denver Burke

Produced for Mitchell Charlesworth, North West, UK based accountants. A brief article which summarises the steps required to help guide people into the accountancy profession.


Book Review: The Fearless Mind By Dr. Craig Manning, Kylan Rutherford 2017 Brigham Young University

Book Review: The Fearless Mind By Dr. Craig Manning, Kylan Rutherford

Marriott Student Review

A review of Dr. Craig Manning's The Fearless Mind. Manning provides understanding of and strategies for high mental performance. With a sports psychology background, he provides concrete examples that can be applied in any setting, be it on the field, in school, or at the office.


Option B Book Review, Shelby J. Anderson 2017 Brigham Young University

Option B Book Review, Shelby J. Anderson

Marriott Student Review

Review of "Option B."


Originals, Tanner Hafen 2017 Brigham Young University

Originals, Tanner Hafen

Marriott Student Review

A book review of Adam Grant's Originals.


Where Are The Women Of Silicon Slopes?, Wyatt Pagano 2017 Brigham Young University

Where Are The Women Of Silicon Slopes?, Wyatt Pagano

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Standing Out: Women In The Marriott School, Shelby J. Anderson 2017 Brigham Young University

Standing Out: Women In The Marriott School, Shelby J. Anderson

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Unsung Hero Of The Tanner - Tina Ashby, Elisabeth J. Andersen 2017 Brigham Young University

Unsung Hero Of The Tanner - Tina Ashby, Elisabeth J. Andersen

Marriott Student Review

Tina Ashby's work in the Finance Department at BYU is applauded.


The Perks Of Being A Young Professional, Elisabeth J. Andersen 2017 Brigham Young University

The Perks Of Being A Young Professional, Elisabeth J. Andersen

Marriott Student Review

Perks and company culture can improve employee satisfaction and the ability to achieve work/life balance. The trends and issues a young professional should look for when finding a job are discussed.


The Myth Of The Millennial, Tanner Hafen, Matthew D. Fudge 2017 Brigham Young University

The Myth Of The Millennial, Tanner Hafen, Matthew D. Fudge

Marriott Student Review

Explores perceptions of millennials in the workplace and what is and can be done to better integrate millennials employees into the workplace.


What I Wish I Would've Known, Jacob Thorpe, Matthew Stradley 2017 Brigham Young University

What I Wish I Would've Known, Jacob Thorpe, Matthew Stradley

Marriott Student Review

Starting school can be intimidating. At BYU, there are hundreds of resources available to help incoming students acclimate and prepare themselves for business majors. This article highlights resources and keys to success that will help any student be more successful.


Marriott Student Review Volume I Issue 2: Women And Millennials In Business, Marianna Richardson 2017 Brigham Young University

Marriott Student Review Volume I Issue 2: Women And Millennials In Business, Marianna Richardson

Marriott Student Review

Our second edition of MSR is dedicated to two populations – millennials and women. Currently, millennials comprise approximately 35%[1] of the United States’ workforce. Women hold 51.7% of the jobs in the U.S. job market.[2] This MSR issue focuses on the status of these groups in the business world. The reason for this emphasis is that most MSR writers and readers are millennials (which is defined as people between the ages of 18-24) and all of us work with or for women (as well as some of us are women).


Does Industry-Level Information Affect Auditors’ Assessment Of Client-Level Risk?, David Rosser 2017 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Does Industry-Level Information Affect Auditors’ Assessment Of Client-Level Risk?, David Rosser

Theses and Dissertations

This study investigates auditors’ consideration of industry-level information in their assessment of client-level risk. Auditing standards suggest that industry-level information is likely to be important in the assessment of client-level risk, but the standards provide few specifics about how auditors should use industry-level information in the risk assessment process. I argue that industry norms serve as a benchmark for evaluating the risk of the client and that deviations from industry norms could indicate increased audit risk. I create measures that capture the extent to which clients deviate from industry norms using proxies for client-level risk factors. In my primary tests ...


The Real Effect Of The Initial Enforcement Of Insider Trading Laws, Zhihong CHEN, Yan HUANG, Yuanto KUSNADI, K. C. JOHN WEI 2017 Singapore Management University

The Real Effect Of The Initial Enforcement Of Insider Trading Laws, Zhihong Chen, Yan Huang, Yuanto Kusnadi, K. C. John Wei

Research Collection School Of Accountancy

Based on a difference-in-differences approach, we find strong evidence that the initial enforcement of insider trading laws improves capital allocation efficiency. The effect is concentrated in developed markets and manifests shortly after the enforcement year. Further analysis shows that the improvement is positively associated with the increase in liquidity around the enforcement year and the opaqueness of the information environment before the enforcement year. The improvement is more pronounced for firms operating in more competitive markets, being more financially constrained, and with more severe agency problems. Finally, we find increased accounting performance after the enforcement and the increase is positively ...


Property And Pecuniary Risk Exposures: An Investigation Into Smes’ Shutdown And Mitigation Methods In Nigeria, Joshua Solomon Adeyele, Olubunmi Florence Osemene, Idowu Emmanuel Olubodun 2017 University of Jos, Jos-Nigeria

Property And Pecuniary Risk Exposures: An Investigation Into Smes’ Shutdown And Mitigation Methods In Nigeria, Joshua Solomon Adeyele, Olubunmi Florence Osemene, Idowu Emmanuel Olubodun

The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance

Business Interruption (BI) insurance is not popular among the operators/owners of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria. This study is an attempt to investigate causes of SMEs’ failure and to assist the owners on how to use BI to protect both the physical assets as well as future profits of their businesses. Hence, 389 SMEs were purposively selected from four major cities in Niger Delta Region (NDR) in Nigeria for this purpose. The statistical tools used for analysis were Phi and Cramer’s V. The extent of SMEs losses through means of sourcing for materials and strategy employed ...


Investor Valuations Of Japan's Adoption Of A Territorial Tax Regime: Quantifying The Direct And Competitive Effects Of International Tax Reform, Sebastien J. Bradley, Estelle Dauchy, Makoto Hasegawa 2017 Drexel University

Investor Valuations Of Japan's Adoption Of A Territorial Tax Regime: Quantifying The Direct And Competitive Effects Of International Tax Reform, Sebastien J. Bradley, Estelle Dauchy, Makoto Hasegawa

Sebastien J Bradley

Despite an extensive literature on the normative implications of different international tax regimes and an empirical literature addressing individual specific predictions, there exists little evidence encompassing the broad range of effects of taxing corporations' foreign-source income on a worldwide or territorial basis. This paper takes a more comprehensive quantitative approach by examining stock market reactions surrounding four events over the course of which Japan's 2009 adoption of a dividend exemption system was developed into proposed law. Using an event study methodology which leverages individual firm characteristics and accounts for contemporaneous financial market developments, we find that Japanese firms with ...


Paws-Abilities, Taylor Davis, Madelyn Day, Kendall DuLaney, Jordanne Howard, Cierra Monroe, Jordan Tapp 2017 Governor's Scholars Program, Murray State University

Paws-Abilities, Taylor Davis, Madelyn Day, Kendall Dulaney, Jordanne Howard, Cierra Monroe, Jordan Tapp

GSP at Murray State University

PAWS-abilities is our non-profit business idea. Our goal for PAWS-abilities is to provide a safe environment for local stray dogs and rehabilitate them to become service or therapy dogs in the future. The trainers will be local inmates who have passed a strict screening process to ensure the safety of all who are involved. The inmates will be supervised by licensed, professional dog trainers who specialize in service and therapy training. We plan to partner with several local organizations, businesses, and veterinarians to place the service dogs with their new families and to promote the health of the dogs at ...


Technical Training And Readiness University For The Disabled, Wyatt Wells, Robby Draper, Claire Kleum, Zach Farrell, Dahra Lambert, Vishaal Balamurugan 2017 Governor's Scholars Program, Murray State University

Technical Training And Readiness University For The Disabled, Wyatt Wells, Robby Draper, Claire Kleum, Zach Farrell, Dahra Lambert, Vishaal Balamurugan

GSP at Murray State University

Technical Training and Readiness University (TTRUD) is a school for the disabled that would equip them with the 21st century skills needed for them to excel in the workforce. Skills include those such as technical skills, how to handle social encounters in the workplace, and basic training to be prepared to function for the job field they want to enter. To qualify, the applicant must be on disability, and would go through a thorough application process. TTRUD would be a non-profit organization and would rely mostly on donations, grants, and other government funding. We also plan to collaborate with any ...


Do High Ceo Pay Ratios Destroy Firm Value?, Qiang CHENG, Tharindra RANASINGHE, Sha ZHAO 2017 Singapore Management University

Do High Ceo Pay Ratios Destroy Firm Value?, Qiang Cheng, Tharindra Ranasinghe, Sha Zhao

Research Collection School Of Accountancy

There is growing public concern over the rapid growth in CEO pay relative to average worker pay (CEO pay ratio). Critics contend that high CEO pay ratios could destroy firm value by damaging employee morale and/or signal CEO rent extraction. In this paper, we use a proprietary dataset to examine the relationship between CEO pay ratio and firm value/performance. Contrary to critics’ arguments, we find that industry-adjusted CEO pay ratios are positively associated with both firm value and performance. We also find that high CEO pay ratios are associated with higher quality acquisitions and stronger CEO turnover-performance sensitivity ...


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