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This paper provides an examination of the determinants of derivative use by Australian corporations. We analysed the characteristics of a sample of 469 firm/year observations drawn from the largest Australian publicly listed companies in 1999 and 2000 to address two issues: the decision to use...
This study examines the relationships among the extent of use of technical language in an advisory context, the understandability of the advice offered, perceptions of the adviser's expertise and trustworthiness, and the subsequent persuasion...
The shares of companies added to (deleted from) closed-end indices such as the S&P 500 experience significant positive (negative) abnormal returns. We examine companies added to or deleted from an open-ended market index where changes occur regularly and can be predicted in advance. Our results...
This paper considers the effects of regulating termination for interconnected, but otherwise unregulated, telecommunications networks. We develop two models, the first that involves fixed market shares and the second, based on the work of Laffont, Rey and Tirole (1998a), which allows for...
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