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The pace of new regulation has been quite rapid in the United States during the past fifteen years. Consider the number of major pieces of legislation that have been passed during this time span and you immediately gain insight into this fastpaced regulatory climate. It has been argued by some...
The examination of the differential effects of bailout legislation on wellcapitalized versus undercapitalized thrifts is the focus of this study. The study examines return responses for portfolios of thrift stocks, formed on the basis of capitalization, to news events concerning bailout funding...
From 1982 to 1987, several Third World borrowers defaulted on their loans to U.S. creditor banks. The defaults resulted in the deterioration of the quality of loan assets held by the banks. The purpose of this study is to analyze the market reaction to a series of sovereign debt defaults....
This paper employs choicetheoretic models to study the impact of the 1986 Tax Reform Act on firms' issue behavior and the determinants of corporate capital structures. Choicetheoretic models allow researchers to examine firms' leverage decisions at the margin. Both parametric and semiparametric...
There has been a loosening of the regulation governing the market for corporate control in the banking industry. Nearly every state in the U.S. has passed some form of interstate banking legislation that allows outofstate banks to acquire local banks. Previous research has shown that the market...
This study examines the market reaction when announcements of large dividend increases are made by more versus less rateregulated firms in the same industry. The insurance industry was chosen because propertyliability insurers are rateregulated more than lifehealth insurers. The abnormal returns...
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