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The New corporate finance: where theory meets practice

Author: Chew, Donald H. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2000.Edition: 3rd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 648 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0071188533Type of document: Book
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The new corporate finance The new corporate finance TABLE O F CONTENTS FOREWORD INTRODUCTION: FINANCIAL INNOVATION IN THE 1980s AND 1990s by Donald H. Chew,Jr., Stern Stewart G Co. MAN AND MARKETS THE NATURE O F MAN ............................................................................................................................ 4 by Michael C.Jensen, Haward Business School, and William H. Meckling, University of Rochester THE THEORY O F STOCK MARKET EFFICIENCY: ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND LIMITATIONS ......... 2 0 by Ray Ball, University of Rochester MARKET MYTHS .................................................................................................................................... 34 by G. Bennett Stewart I11 Stern Stewart and Co. R and D AND CAPITAL MARKETS ............................................................................................................ 52 by Baruch Lev, New York University STERN STEWART ROUNDTABLE O N RELATIONSHIP INVESTING AND 65 SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATION ................................................................................................... Panelists: Basil Anderson, Scott Paper Co.; Carolyn Brancato, Riverside Economic Research; Geoffrey Colvin, Fortune;Judith Dohrzynski, Business Week;Alex Lehmann; Nell Minow, The Lens Fund; Krishna Palepu, Haruard Business School; Edward Regan, Jerome Levy Institute; Joseph Shenton, OLC C o p , Derek Smith. Equifax, lnc.; Eugene Vesell, Oppenheimer Capital; andJerold Zimmerman, University of Rochester. Moderated by Joel Stem and Bennett Stewart. n. CORPORATE STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE 96 6. FINANCE THEORY AND FINANCIAL STRATEGY ............................................................................... by Stewart Myers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7. THE ECONOMICS OF O R G ~ I Z A T I O N A L ARCHITECTURE ...................... . ........................... 104 by James Brickley, Clifford Smith, andjerold Zimmerman. University of Rochester 8. CAPABIJJTIES AND CAPITAL INWSTMENT: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON CAPlTAL BUDGETING ............ 117 by Carliss Y Baldwin and Kim Clark, Haruard Business School 9. THE EVAa FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ............................................................................... 132 L foe1 M . Stern, G. Bennett Stewart 111, and Donald H. Chew, fr., Stern Stewart and Co. y 10. TOTAL COMPENSATION STRATEGY ................................................................................................ 147 by Sttpben F. 0 'Byrne, Stern Stewart and Co. 11. STERN STEWART EVABP ROUNDTABLE .............................................................................................. 157 Panelists: C a m Adimando, Pitney Bowes; Robert Butler, International Paper; Susan Malley, Citicorp Investment Sendces: S. Abraham Ravid, Rutgers Universi[v;Richard Shepro, Alex Brown Investment Manugemenl;R. Hutchings Vernon,Jostpb Willett, Merrill Lynch G Co., Inc.; Jerold Zimmerman, Universityof Rochester Moderated by./oel Stern and Bennett Stewart. m. CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND PAYOUT POLICY 12. THE MODIGLIANI-MILLER PROPOSITIONS AFTER THIRTY YEARS ............................................. 184 by Merton H. Miller, University of Chicago 13. THE CAPITAL STRUCTURE PUZZLE: ANOTHER LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE ................................ 197 by Michael J. Barclay and Clifford W . Smith, Jr., University of Rochester 14. ON FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE: LEVERAGE, MATURITY, AND PRIORITY ............................... 210 by MichaelJ. Barclay and Clifford W Smith, Jr., University of Rochester 15. WHO WINS IN LARGE STOCK BUYBACKS-THOSE WHO SELL OR THOSE WHO HOLD?........, 2 2 4 by William McNally, University of Victoria 16. THE D M D E N D CUT "HEARD 'ROUND THE WORLD": THE CASE OF FPL ................................. 235 by Dennis Soter, Stern Stewart G Co., Eugene Brigham, University of Florida, and Paul Evanson, Florida Power G Light Company 17. BANK O F AMERICA ROUNDTABLE ON THE LINK BETWEEN CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND SHAREHOLDER VALUE ....................................................................................................................... 247 Panelists:Jay Allen, Tosco Copration; Cheryl Francis, R.R. Donnelley G Sons Co.; MichaelJensen, Hamard Business School; Michael O'Neill, Bank of America; and Dennis Soter, Stern Stewart G Co. Moderated by Bennett Stewart, Stern Stewart G Co. l . RAISING CAPITAL V 18. RAISING CAPITAL: THEORY AND EVIDENCE ................................................................................. 277 by Clzrord W Smith, Jr., University of Rochester 19. A SURVEY OF U.S. CORPORATE FINANCING INNOVATIONS: 1970-1997 ..................................294 by Kenneth Carow, Indiana University, Gayle Erwin, University of Virginia, and John McConnell, Purdue University 20. INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS .............................................................................................................. 309 by Roger G. Ibbotson and Jody L. Sindelar, Yale University, and jay R. Ritter, University of Michigan 21. INTERNET INVESTMENT BANKING: THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 318 ON RELATIONSHIP BANKING ........................................................................................................... by WilliamJ Wilhelm,Jr., Boston College 22. ARE BANKS LOANS DIFFERENT: SOME EVIDENCE FROM THE STOCK MARKET .....................325 by ChristopherJames and Peggy Wier, University of Oregon 23. CONVERTIBLE BONDS: MATCHING FINANCIAL AND REAL OPTIONS ....................................... 334 by David Mayers, University of California at Riverside 24. T H E ORIGIN O F LYONS: A CASE STUDY IN FINANCIAL INNOVATION ...................................... 348 byJohn j. McConnell, Purdue University, and Eduardo S. Schwartz, University of California at Los Angeles 25. THE USES O F HYBRID DEBT IN MANAGING CORPORATE RISK ................................................. 356 by Charles W Smithson, Chase Manhattan Bank, and DonaM H. Chew,J K ,Stern Stewart G Co. 26. USING PROJECT FINANCE T O FUND INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS ....................................367 by Richard A. Brealey, Ian A. Cooper, and Michel A. Habib, London Business School V. RISK MANAGEMENT 27. FINANCIAL INNOVATION: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROSPECTS .....................................................385 by Merton H. Miller, UniversiQ of Chicago 28. STRATEGIC RISK MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................... 393 by Charles Smithson, Chase Manhattan Bank, and Clz@ord W. Smith, .Jr., Universityof Rochester 29. RETHINKING RISK MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................... 41 1 by RenB M . Stulz, m e Ohio State University 30. IDENTIFYING, MEASURING, AND HEDGING CURRENCY RISK AT MERCK ................................428 by Judy C. Lewent and A. John Kearney, Merck G Co., Znc. 31. THEORY O F RISK CAPITAL IN FINANCIAL FIRMS ......................................................................... 438 by Robert C. Merton and Andand E Perold, Hamard Business School 32. HOW T O USE THE HOLES IN BLACK-SCHOLES ............................................................................. 455 by Fischer Black, Goldman, Sachs and Co. 33. VALUE AT RISK: USES AND ABUSES ................................................................................................. 462 b Merton Miller, University of Chicago, and Christopher Culp and y Andrea Neves, CP Risk Management LLC 34. CORPORATE INSURANCE STRATEGY: THE CASE O F BRITISH PETROLEUM ..............................475 by Neil Doherty, University o f Pennsylvania, and Clgford Smith, University of Rochester 35. BANK OF AMERICA ROUNDTABLE ON DERIVATIVES AND CORPORATE RISK MANAGEMENT ............ 488 Panelists: ThomasJones, Union Carbide Coqoration; L.ynn Lane, RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Company;Jonelle St. John, MCI Communications Gorp.; and John van Roden, Lukens, Inc. Moderated by Robert McKnew, Bank of America V . CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE I 36. THE MODERN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, EXIT, AND THE FAILURE 509 O F INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS ................................................................................................... by Michael C.Jensen, Haward Business School 37. THE MOTIVES AND METHODS O F CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING ......................................... 529 by G. Bennett Stewart 11 and David M . Glassman, Stern Stewart and Co. 1 38. HOW STOCK-SWAP MERGERS AFFECT SHAREHOLDER (AND BONDHOLDER) WEALTH ............. 544 by Lance Nail, University of Alabama; William Megginson, University of Oklahoma: and Carlos Maquieira, Universityof Chile 39. T O PURCHASE OR T O POOL: DOES IT MATTER ............................................................................ 556 by Eric Lindenberg and Michael P. Ross, Salomon Smith Barney 40. LESSONS FROM A MIDDLE MARKET LBO: THE CASE O F O.M. SCOTT .......................................567 b George P: Baker and Karen H. Wruck, Harvard Business School y 41. LEVERAGED RECAPS AND THE CURBING O F CORPORATE OVERINVESTMENT ......................580 by David J. Denis and Diane K. Denis, Virginia Tech 42. SOME NEW EVIDENCE THAT SPINOFFS CREATE VALUE ............................................................ 592 b Patrick Cusatis, Lehman Brothers, and James A. Miles and J. Randall Woolridge, y Penn State University 43. THE EVOLUTION O F BUYOUT PRICING AND FINANCIAL STRUCTURE (OR, WHAT WENT WRONG) IN THE 1980s .................................................................................... 600 by Steven N. Kaplan, University of Chicago, and Jeremy C. Stein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 44. LBOS-THE EVOLUTION O F FINANCIAL STRUCTURES AND STRATEGIES ................................ 617 by Jay Allen, Bank of America 45. CONTINENTAL BANK ROUNDTABLE ON T I E ROLE OF CORPORATE BOARDS IN THE : m I ................. 630 Panelists: James Blrle, m e Blackstone Group; Wade Cable, The Presley Companies; MichaelJensen, Haward Business School; Roger Lee, Caesars World;John Roach, Fibreboard Corporation; William Roper, Science Applications International Copration; Fred Simmons, Freeman Spogli; and John Teets, m e Dial Corp. Moderated by Bennett Stewart, Stern Stewart and Co.

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