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In this paper, the boundary conditions for put-call parity are extended to take into account the potential rational early exercise of an option and the possibility that dividends and capitalisation changes will differ from expectations. A series of statistical tests provide the basis for a...
Previous literature has attempted to explain the existence and for M of franchising agreements by proposing agency related hypotheses. In this paper we illustrate the complexity of putting such a structure in place by using a case study of the franchising of dental practices in Australia. We use...
The paper begins with a brief summary of arguments regarding the development of employee participation in decision-making. The incidence of various types of employee participation schemes in the Australian metal industry are described using a survey of management respondents. Probit analysis is...
The traditional treatment of economies of scale ignores the complexity of manufacturing processes and is inadequate for an analysis of the impact of technological change. Complexity in manufacturing processes results, inter alia, from the multi-product capabilities of production facilities and...
This paper investigates the predictive accuracies of corporate failure models. We find, through the elimination of biases found in these models, that the success rates for the placing of corporations into their correct categories are overstated. The paper confirms the view that the use of...
The case for timed local calls (TLC) is overwhelming on both equity and efficiency grounds. However, Telecom's example of a pricing structure for (TLC) would probably have raised revenue substantially. The efficiency effects depend on the structure of local prices and on what is done with the...
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