Handbook of Research on IPO's (Elgar Original Reference)
The Handbook is divided into six comprehensive parts:
- why, when and where firms go public
- preparation for the IPO
- transaction structure and governance at the IPO
- trading in the aftermarket
- the aftermarket performance of IPOs
- special types of IPOs.
The chapters offer some important new insights into issues that will be of interest not only to the academic community but also to professionals involved in the preparation, structure and execution of such transactions, market regulators, and private and institutional investors.
Contributors: N. Appadu, D.B. Audretsch, F. Bancel, S. Banerjee, F. Bertoni, W. Bessler, R. Boissin, M. Bonaventura, P. Brown, J. Cao, M. Cattaneo, S. Chaplinsky, S. Chattopadhyay, H.M.J. Colaco, D. Cumming, J. D Souza, S. Espenlaub, A. Faelten, A. Ferguson, C.S. Fernando, V.A. Gatchev, G. Giudici, M. Goergen, D. Gounopoulos, U. Güçbilmez, S. Gupta-Mukherjee, G. Gur-Gershgorn, S.P. Hegde, J. Hoebelt, S. Johan, A. Khurshed, P. Lam, E.E. Lehmann, M. Levis, W.L. Megginson, M. Meoli, J.-S. Michel, K. Migliorati, U.R. Mittoo, A.C. Mohliver, R. Nash, S. Owen, S. Paleari, J.A. Pandes, G. Pawlina, M. Remenar, J.R. Ritter, M.J. Robinson, M. Seim, A. Signori, P.A. Spindt, J.-A. Suchard, S. Vismara, K. Yamada