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Andrei Shleifer2
M Stulz2
Bill Schwert2
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  • Frederik P Schlingemann, M Stulz, Ralph A Walkling, Bill Schwert, Harry Deangelo, Diane Denis +17 others
  • 2000
The liquidity of the market for corporate assets plays an important role in explaining whether a firm divests a business segment, which segment the firm divests, and whether it divests a core segment or an unrelated segment. Firms are more likely to divest segments from industries with a more liquid market for corporate assets, unrelated segments, poorly(More)
This paper describes AMICA (Analyzing Mission Impacts of Cyber Actions), an integrated approach for understanding mission impacts of cyber attacks. AMICA combines process modeling, discrete-event simulation, graph-based dependency modeling, and dynamic visualizations. This is a novel convergence of two lines of research: process modeling/simulation and(More)
and participants at the accounting-finance joint workshop at Georgetown University for their helpful discussions on the topic. Abstract: This paper examines whether earnings management through accounting manipulation has an impact on subsequent corporate investments. Using a measure of earnings management based on the work of Kothari, Leone, and Wasley(More)
  • Craig Doidge, G Andrew Karolyi, M Stulz, George Benston, David Brown, John Coffee +30 others
  • 2004
At the end of 1997, foreign companies with shares cross-listed in the U.S. had Tobin's q ratios that were 16.5% higher than the q ratios of non-cross-listed firms from the same country. The valuation difference is statistically significant and reaches 37% for those companies that list on major U.S. exchanges, even after controlling for a number of firm and(More)
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