Corporate Finance

Edited by
May 2021
408 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0570-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0571-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Corporate Finance that was published in

Business & Economics
Computer Science & Mathematics
This book comprises 19 papers published in the Special Issue entitled “Corporate Finance”, focused on capital structure (Kedzior et al., 2020; Ntoung et al., 2020; Vintilă et al., 2019), dividend policy (Dragotă and Delcea, 2019; Pinto and Rastogi, 2019) and open-market share repurchase announcements (Ding et al., 2020), risk management (Chen et al., 2020; Nguyen Thanh, 2019; Štefko et al., 2020), financial reporting (Fossung et al., 2020), corporate brand and innovation (Barros et al., 2020; Błach et al., 2020), and corporate governance (Aluchna and Kuszewski, 2020; Dragotă et al.,2020; Gruszczyński, 2020; Kjærland et al., 2020; Koji et al., 2020; Lukason and Camacho-Miñano, 2020; Rashid Khan et al., 2020). It covers a broad range of companies worldwide (Cameroon, China, Estonia, India, Japan, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, United States, Vietnam), as well as various industries (heat supply, high-tech, manufacturing).
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cash holding ratio; firm’s efficiency; threshold regression model; non-financial companies; Vietnam stock exchange market; dividend policy; emerging market; industrial sectors; NSE India; panel data; financial structure; panel data; regression analysis; agent-based models; decision-making; systematically making bad decisions; dividend policy; investors’ behavior; simulation; capital structure; family firms; leverage; non-family firms; risk; pension incentive; currency hedging; multinational companies; firm value; CEO turnover; foreign CEO; female CEO; ownership structure; Romania; brand interrelationships; corporate identity; brand reputation; higher education; students’ perceptions; corporate governance; ownership concentration; agency cost; firm performance; dynamic panel model; perception; OHADA accounting; transition; IFRS; comparability; open market share repurchase; hubris; cumulative announcement returns; endowed; SMEs financing; financing gap; innovative activity; innovation; capital structure decisions; bankruptcy; data envelopment analysis; logit; model; family firm; non-family firm; corporate governance; corporate performance; Japan; corporate governance; board of directors; women in corporations; financial microeconometrics; multiple regression; quantile regression; diff-in-diff; capital structure; New Technology-Based Firms (NTBFs); internal and external innovativeness; intangibility; corporate governance; information disclosure; timeliness of financial reporting; law violation; private firms; corporate governance best practice; corporate governance compliance; company value; Warsaw Stock Exchange; accrual earnings management; corporate governance; Nordic model; n/a