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Assesses the 1995‐1998 performance of 17 equity mutual funds operating in the Greek financial market, explains the calculations involved and reviews relevant research. Ranks the funds by daily, weekly, monthly and total return for the period and compares them with the general Athens Stock...
Explains how growth in banks is constrained by equity growth and regulations on leverage; and expresses the sustainable growth rate (SCR: i.e. maximum increase in total assets which can be supported by internally generated equity capital) mathematically. Applies the model to the National Bank of...
Analyses the structural behaviour of money and capital market interest rates 1999‐2001 in the European Monetary Union. Finds that the positive correlations between interest rates of different time periods get stronger as the time periods get closer, derives the principal components which explain...
Explains how sales efforts try to create product differentiation and increase monopoly power; and uses 1995‐1996 data from a panel of 45 Greek firms to examine the relationship between debt‐to‐equity ratio and profitability, taking a firm’s sales promotion expenses into account. Applies three...
Explains the links between R&D investment, product differentiation and monopoly power, referring to previous research; and argues that internal financing of R&D creates even more competitive advantage. Develops mathematical models and applies them to 1990‐1996 data for a panel of 40 Greek firms...
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