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Firm Value

Theory and Empirical Evidence

This edited volume aims to discuss the most contemporary state of the determinants of the firm value. This book presents theoretical works as well as empirical studies that contrast the arguments offered by the leading, ground-breaking theories on the firm value. What variables determine the firm value? Are these determinants controllable or uncontrollable by the managers of the companies? Is the impact of corporate governance systems on the firm value symmetrical between different institutional contexts? Do the financial reports affect the value of the firm? What role does corporate social responsibility play as a determinant of the firm value? These and other questions are analyzed and scrutinized step by step throughout this book.

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Firm ValueTheory and Empirical EvidenceEdited by Paolo Saona Hoffmann

Published: August 1st 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72333

ISBN: 978-1-78923-495-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-494-7

Copyright year: 2018

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887 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Firm Value

By Ravi Lonkani

168

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2. Stock Price Determinants: Empirical Evidence from Muscat Securities Market, Oman

By Dharmendra Singh

87

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3. Effect of Free Float Ratio on the Behavior of Shares Valuation in Companies Listed in Latin American Capital Market

By Tolosa Leticia Eva and Nicolas María Claudia

139

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4. Ask of National Pension Service for Higher Dividend and Firm Value: Evidence from Korea

By Jung Hee Noh

73

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5. Can Corporate Social Responsibility Fill Institutional Voids?

By Swee-Sum Lam, Weina Zhang and Christopher Yuen Kwong Chien

84

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6. Corporate Social Responsibility and Firm Value: Recent Developments

By Fan-chin Kung and Nicholas G. Rupp

274

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7. Public Company Communications with Equity Investors and Firm Value

By Silvije Orsag

62

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