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Theory of Valuation : Frontiers of Modern Financial Theory, Volume 1 - Sudipto Bhattacharya

Theory of Valuation

Frontiers of Modern Financial Theory, Volume 1

Paperback Published: 1st December 1988
ISBN: 9780847674879
Number Of Pages: 356

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Major themes in theoretical financial economics since 1973 are presented through 18 reprinted articles, each followed by a substantial essay by a leading scholar in the field providing a critical discussion and overview of the topic. The book presents a broad spectrum of viewpoints with an emphasis on the work on valuation, economics of uncertainty and taxation which pertains to the problems of financial markets and corporations. Contributions are made by: M.Rubenstein, J.Scheinkman, D.Breeden, S.Ross, G.Huberman, G.Connor, R.Merton, J.Cox, J.Ingersoll, K.Singleton, J.Stiglitz, D.Duffie, C.Huang, M.Miller, H.Kim, M.Scholes, M.Wolfson, G.Constantinides, R.litzenberger, S.Battacharya, K.Rock, S.Grossman, P.Pfieiderer, H.Leland, D.Pyle, D.Diamond, P.Dybvig, S.Salant, D.Henderson, C.Spatt, J.Williams, A.Raviv, A.Admati, A.Kyle, F.Allen, C.Jacklin, J.Tirole, O.Hart, A.Weiss.

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The volume is a reminder of the towering influence of Robert Merton and latterly Stephen Ross and their associates over the last two decades....it is a pleasure to see their and others' papers collected together in this volume, especially in paperback.--The Economic Journal

ISBN: 9780847674879
ISBN-10: 0847674878
Series: Rowman & Littlefield Studies in Financial Economics : Book 1
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 356
Published: 1st December 1988
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.24 x 16.05  x 2.69
Weight (kg): 0.55

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