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Autoren: 
Gebhardt, Günther
Heiden, Stefan
Daske, Holger
Datum: 
2001
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Working Paper Series: Finance & Accounting 85
Zusammenfassung: 
Our study provides evidence on the share price reactions to the announcement of equity issues in Germany, where capital market is characterized by institutional features distinct from the U.S. market. German seasoned equity issues yield a positive market reaction which contrasts to the significant negative abnormal returns reported for the U.S. We provide evidence that these results are due to differences in both issuing characteristics and floatation methods, and in the corporate governance and ownership structures of the two countries. Our study explains much of the empirical puzzle of different market reactions to seemingly similar events across financial markets.
Schlagwörter: 
Corporate Governance
Floatation Method
Ownership
Rights Offerings
Seasoned Equity Offerings
JEL: 
G14
G24
G32
G35
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