SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Ge Bai, Sylvia H. Hsu, Ranjani Krishnan, Accounting Performance and Capacity Investment Decisions: Evidence from California Hospitals, Decision Sciences, 2014, 45, 2
  2. 2
    Raffaele Staglianò, Maurizio La Rocca, Tiziana La Rocca, Agency costs of free cash flow, internal capital markets and unrelated diversification, Review of Managerial Science, 2014, 8, 2, 145

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Jong-Hag Choi, Woo-Jong Lee, Association between Big 4 auditor choice and cost of equity capital for multiple-segment firms, Accounting & Finance, 2014, 54, 1
  4. 4
    Yan-Jie Yang, Jungpao Kang, Ruey-Ching Lin, Joshua Ronen, Auditor selection within a business group: evidence from Taiwan, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2014,

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Aktham I. Maghyereh, Basel Awartani, Bank distress prediction: Empirical evidence from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Research in International Business and Finance, 2014, 30, 126

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    K. S. Manikandan, J. Ramachandran, Beyond institutional voids: Business groups, incomplete markets, and organizational form, Strategic Management Journal, 2014, 35, 10
  7. 7
    Nikanor I. Volkov, Garrett C. Smith, Corporate diversification and firm value during economic downturns, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2014,

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Ali Ataullah, Ian Davidson, Hang Le, Geoffrey Wood, Corporate Diversification, Information Asymmetry and Insider Trading, British Journal of Management, 2014, 25, 2
  9. 9
    T. J. Chemmanur, E. Loutskina, X. Tian, Corporate Venture Capital, Value Creation, and Innovation, Review of Financial Studies, 2014, 27, 8, 2434

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Simi Kedia, Shivaram Rajgopal, Xing Zhou, Did going public impair Moody׳s credit ratings?, Journal of Financial Economics, 2014, 114, 2, 293

    CrossRef

  11. 11
    Nawaf Al-Maskati, André J. Bate, Gurmeet S. Bhabra, Diversification, corporate governance and firm value in small markets: evidence from New Zealand, Accounting & Finance, 2014, 54, 3
  12. 12
    Chansog Kim, Christos Pantzalis, Jung Chul Park, Do Family Owners Use Firm Hedging Policy to Hedge Personal Undiversified Wealth Risk?, Financial Management, 2014, 43, 2
  13. 13
    James Ang, Abe de Jong, Marieke van der Poel, Does familiarity with business segments affect CEOs' divestment decisions?, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2014, 29, 58

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Ying-Hsiu Chen, Meng-Chun Kao, Dynamic impacts of market power and diversification on bank efficiencies in Taiwan, Applied Financial Economics, 2014, 1

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    Mathias Arrfelt, Robert M. Wiseman, Gerry McNamara, G. Tomas M. Hult, Examining a key corporate role: The influence of capital allocation competency on business unit performance, Strategic Management Journal, 2014, 35, 10
  16. 16
    Yi Feng, Debarshi K. Nandy, Yisong S. Tian, Executive Compensation and the Corporate Spin-off Decision, Journal of Economics and Business, 2014,

    CrossRef

  17. 17
    Brandon N. Cline, Jacqueline L. Garner, Adam S. Yore, Exploitation of the internal capital market and the avoidance of outside monitoring, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2014, 25, 234

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    Amit Seru, Firm boundaries matter: Evidence from conglomerates and R&D activity, Journal of Financial Economics, 2014, 111, 2, 381

    CrossRef

  19. 19
    Pablo de Andrés, Gabriel de la Fuente, Pilar Velasco, Growth opportunities and the effect of corporate diversification on value, The Spanish Review of Financial Economics, 2014,

    CrossRef

  20. 20
    E. Luciano, G. Nicodano, Guarantees, Leverage, and Taxes, Review of Financial Studies, 2014, 27, 9, 2736

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    W. Dessein, Incomplete Contracts and Firm Boundaries: New Directions, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 2014, 30, suppl 1, i13

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    D. Hoang, M. Ruckes, Informed Headquarters and Socialistic Internal Capital Markets, Review of Finance, 2014,

    CrossRef

  23. 23
    R. Gopalan, V. Nanda, A. Seru, Internal Capital Market and Dividend Policies: Evidence From Business Groups, Review of Financial Studies, 2014, 27, 4, 1102

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Markus Glaser, Jan Riepe, Internal capital market studies in empirical banking: Biases due to usage of assets instead of risk capital?, Finance Research Letters, 2014, 11, 1, 47

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Jiwei Wang, Kangtao Ye, Managerial Agency Costs of Socialistic Internal Capital Markets: Empirical Evidence from China, Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, 2014, 25, 1
  26. 26
    Sheng Huang, Managerial expertise, corporate decisions and firm value: Evidence from corporate refocusing, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2014, 23, 3, 348

    CrossRef

  27. 27
    Young Rok Choi, Toru Yoshikawa, Shaker A. Zahra, Bong H. Han, Market-oriented institutional change and R&D investments: Do business groups enhance advantage?, Journal of World Business, 2014, 49, 4, 466

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    CLÁUDIA CUSTÓDIO, Mergers and Acquisitions Accounting and the Diversification Discount, The Journal of Finance, 2014, 69, 1
  29. 29
    RALPH HAAS, IMAN LELYVELD, Multinational Banks and the Global Financial Crisis: Weathering the Perfect Storm?, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2014, 46, s1
  30. 30
    Rainer Frey, Cornelia Kerl, Multinational banks in the crisis: Foreign affiliate lending as a mirror of funding pressure and competition on the internal capital market, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2014,

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    Duc Hung Tran, Multiple corporate governance attributes and the cost of capital – Evidence from Germany, The British Accounting Review, 2014, 46, 2, 179

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    G. Matvos, A. Seru, Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates, Review of Financial Studies, 2014, 27, 4, 1143

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    Joseph P. H. Fan, Li Jin, Guojian Zheng, Revisiting the Bright and Dark Sides of Capital Flows in Business Groups, Journal of Business Ethics, 2014,

    CrossRef

  34. 34
    Parama Barai, Pitabas Mohanty, Role of industry relatedness in performance of Indian acquirers—Long and short run effects, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2014,

    CrossRef

  35. 35
    Philip C. Hanke, Klaus Heine, Subsidies and Corporate Governance – An Agency Approach, Managerial and Decision Economics, 2014, 35, 7
  36. 36
    Thomas J. Chemmanur, Karthik Krishnan, Debarshi K. Nandy, The effects of corporate spin-offs on productivity, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2014, 27, 72

    CrossRef

  37. 37
    Jinshuai Hu, Zhijun Lin, The implied cost of equity capital, corporate investment and chief executive officer turnover, Accounting & Finance, 2014, 54, 3
  38. 38
    Matthias Dischinger, Bodo Knoll, Nadine Riedel, The role of headquarters in multinational profit shifting strategies, International Tax and Public Finance, 2014, 21, 2, 248

    CrossRef

  39. 39
    Jongmoo Jay Choi, Takato Hiraki, James A. Landi, The value of multinationality and business group for Japanese firms, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2014, 29, 88

    CrossRef

  40. 40
    Haifeng You, Valuation-driven profit transfer among corporate segments, Review of Accounting Studies, 2014, 19, 2, 805

    CrossRef

  41. 41
    Ben Tran, Approaches to Managing Organizational Diversity and Innovation, 2014,

    CrossRef

  42. 42
    Hsihui Chang, Guy D. Fernando, Dhinu Srinivasan, Arindam Tripathy, A Re-Examination of Diversification and Firm Productivity, Journal of Management Accounting Research, 2013, 25, 1, 99

    CrossRef

  43. 43
    Andriy Bodnaruk, Massimo Massa, Andrei Simonov, Alliances and corporate governance, Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, 107, 3, 671

    CrossRef

  44. 44
    Rajeev Singhal, Yun (Ellen) Zhu, Bankruptcy risk, costs and corporate diversification, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2013, 37, 5, 1475

    CrossRef

  45. 45
    James Dow, Boards, CEO entrenchment, and the cost of capital, Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, 110, 3, 680

    CrossRef

  46. 46
    Chinmay Pattnaik, James Jinho Chang, Hyun Han Shin, Business groups and corporate transparency in emerging markets: Empirical evidence from India, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2013, 30, 4, 987

    CrossRef

  47. 47
    Jia He, Xinyang Mao, Oliver M. Rui, Xiaolei Zha, Business groups in China, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2013, 22, 166

    CrossRef

  48. 48
    Thomas R. Berry-Stölzle, Robert E. Hoyt, Sabine Wende, Capital Market Development, Competition, Property Rights, and the Value of Insurer Product-Line Diversification: A Cross-Country Analysis, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2013, 80, 2
  49. 49
    Kwangmin Park, SooCheong (Shawn) Jang, Capital structure, free cash flow, diversification and firm performance: A holistic analysis, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2013, 33, 51

    CrossRef

  50. 50
    Marc van Essen, J. (Hans) van Oosterhout, Pursey P. M. A. R. Heugens, Competition and Cooperation in Corporate Governance: The Effects of Labor Institutions on Blockholder Effectiveness in 23 European Countries, Organization Science, 2013, 24, 2, 530

    CrossRef

  51. 51
    Vojislav Maksimovic, Gordon M. Phillips, Conglomerate Firms, Internal Capital Markets, and the Theory of the Firm, Annual Review of Financial Economics, 2013, 5, 1, 225

    CrossRef

  52. 52
    Christin Rudolph, Bernhard Schwetzler, Conglomerates on the rise again? A cross-regional study on the impact of the 2008–2009 financial crisis on the diversification discount, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2013, 22, 153

    CrossRef

  53. 53
    Stefan Erdorf, Thomas Hartmann-Wendels, Nicolas Heinrichs, Michael Matz, Corporate diversification and firm value: a survey of recent literature, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management, 2013, 27, 2, 187

    CrossRef

  54. 54
    Ann L-C Chan, Audrey Wen-hsin Hsu, Corporate Pyramids, Conservatism and Cost of Debt: Evidence From Taiwan, The International Journal of Accounting, 2013, 48, 3, 390

    CrossRef

  55. 55
    Yoon K. Choi, Seung Hun Han, Corporate restructuring, financial deregulation, and firm value: Evidence from Japanese “spin-ins”, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2013, 22, 1

    CrossRef

  56. 56
    Jie Jiao, Bin Qiu, An Yan, Diversification and heterogeneity of investor beliefs, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2013, 37, 9, 3435

    CrossRef

  57. 57
    RAN DUCHIN, DENIS SOSYURA, Divisional Managers and Internal Capital Markets, The Journal of Finance, 2013, 68, 2
  58. 58
    Malte Raudszus, Dirk Schiereck, Julian Trillig, Does vertical diversification create superior value? Evidence from the construction industry, Review of Managerial Science, 2013,

    CrossRef

  59. 59
    Michel A. Habib, Ulrich Hege, Pierre Mella-Barral, Entrepreneurial Spawning and Firm Characteristics, Management Science, 2013, 59, 12, 2790

    CrossRef

  60. 60
    G. Natividad, Financial Capacity and Discontinuous Investment: Evidence from Emerging Market Multibusiness Firms, Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26, 9, 2375

    CrossRef

  61. 61
    Yves R. F. Guillaume, Jeremy F. Dawson, Steve A. Woods, Claudia A. Sacramento, Michael A. West, Getting diversity at work to work: What we know and what we still don't know, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2013, 86, 2
  62. 62
    Michiru Sawada, How does the stock market value bank diversification? Empirical evidence from Japanese banks, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2013, 25, 40

    CrossRef

  63. 63
    M. R. Goetz, L. Laeven, R. Levine, Identifying the Valuation Effects and Agency Costs of Corporate Diversification: Evidence from the Geographic Diversification of U.S. Banks, Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26, 7, 1787

    CrossRef

  64. 64
    Adolfo de Motta, Jaime Ortega, Incentives, Capital Budgeting, and Organizational Structure, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2013, 22, 4
  65. 65
    Alessandro Gambini, Alberto Zazzaro, Long-lasting bank relationships and growth of firms, Small Business Economics, 2013, 40, 4, 977

    CrossRef

  66. 66
    Guendalina Capece, Francesca Di Pillo, Nathan Levialdi, Measuring and comparing the performances of energy retail companies, International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 2013, 7, 4, 491

    CrossRef

  67. 67
    MARKUS GLASER, FLORENCIO LOPEZ-DE-SILANES, ZACHARIAS SAUTNER, Opening the Black Box: Internal Capital Markets and Managerial Power, The Journal of Finance, 2013, 68, 4
  68. 68
    Xiaoyang Li, Productivity, restructuring, and the gains from takeovers, Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, 109, 1, 250

    CrossRef

  69. 69
    R. De Haas, N. Van Horen, Running for the Exit? International Bank Lending During a Financial Crisis, Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26, 1, 244

    CrossRef

  70. 70
    M. V. Shyam Kumar, The Costs of Related Diversification: The Impact of the Core Business on the Productivity of Related Segments, Organization Science, 2013, 24, 6, 1827

    CrossRef

  71. 71
    Xavier Boutin, Giacinta Cestone, Chiara Fumagalli, Giovanni Pica, Nicolas Serrano-Velarde, The deep-pocket effect of internal capital markets, Journal of Financial Economics, 2013, 109, 1, 122

    CrossRef

  72. 72
    Li-Yu Chen, Chi-Feng Wang, The Impact of Corporate Diversification on the Long-Term Stock Return of R&D Increase Announcements, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2013, 49, s4, 267

    CrossRef

  73. 73
    Klaus Gugler, Evgeni Peev, Esther Segalla, The internal workings of internal capital markets: Cross-country evidence, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2013, 20, 59

    CrossRef

  74. 74
    Doyeon Kim, Taehyun Kim, Taeyoon Sung, The Role of Intra-Conglomerate Equity Investment: Evidence from Korean Business Groups, Global Economic Review, 2013, 42, 2, 135

    CrossRef

  75. 75
    P. P. Ouimet, What Motivates Minority Acquisitions? The Trade-Offs between a Partial Equity Stake and Complete Integration, Review of Financial Studies, 2013, 26, 4, 1021

    CrossRef

  76. 76
    Dmytro Holod, Agency and Internal Capital Market Inefficiency: Evidence from Banking Organizations, Financial Management, 2012, 41, 1
  77. 77
    Dobrina Georgieva, Tomas Jandik, Alternative paths of convergence toward U.S. market and legal regulations: Cross-listing vs. merging with U.S. bidders, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 2012, 22, 5, 230

    CrossRef

  78. 78
    Arnoud W.A. Boot, Lev Ratnovski, Banking and Trading, IMF Working Papers, 2012, 12, 238, 1

    CrossRef

  79. 79
    NICOLA CETORELLI, LINDA S. GOLDBERG, Banking Globalization and Monetary Transmission, The Journal of Finance, 2012, 67, 5
  80. 80
    Zhenxu Tong, Coinsurance effect and bank lines of credit, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2012, 36, 6, 1592

    CrossRef

  81. 81
    Sheng-Syan Chen, I-Ju Chen, Corporate governance and capital allocations of diversified firms, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2012, 36, 2, 395

    CrossRef

  82. 82
    Ting-Kai Chou, Jia-Chi Cheng, Credit ratings and excess value of diversification, Journal of Empirical Finance, 2012, 19, 2, 266

    CrossRef

  83. 83
    Thomas R. Berry-Stölzle, Andre P. Liebenberg, Joseph S. Ruhland, David W. Sommer, Determinants of Corporate Diversification: Evidence From the Property–Liability Insurance Industry, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2012, 79, 2
  84. 84
    Bong Soo Lee, Ming-Yuan Leon Li, Diversification and risk-adjusted performance: A quantile regression approach, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2012, 36, 7, 2157

    CrossRef

  85. 85
    Isabel Feito-Ruiz, Susana Menéndez-Requejo, Diversification in M&As: Decision and shareholders’ valuation, The Spanish Review of Financial Economics, 2012, 10, 1, 30

    CrossRef

  86. 86
    Chien-Nan Chen, Wenyi Chu, Diversification, resource concentration, and business group performance: Evidence from Taiwan, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2012, 29, 4, 1045

    CrossRef

  87. 87
    An Rommens, Ludo Cuyvers, Marc Deloof, Dividend Policies of Privately Held Companies: Stand-Alone and Group Companies in Belgium, European Financial Management, 2012, 18, 5
  88. 88
    Kee-Hong Bae, Jae-Seung Baek, Jun-Koo Kang, Wei-Lin Liu, Do controlling shareholders' expropriation incentives imply a link between corporate governance and firm value? Theory and evidence, Journal of Financial Economics, 2012, 105, 2, 412

    CrossRef

  89. 89
    Kwangmin Park, SooCheong (Shawn) Jang, Effect of diversification on firm performance: Application of the entropy measure, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2012, 31, 1, 218

    CrossRef

  90. 90
    Diana Benito-Osorio, Luis Ángel Guerras-Martín, José Ángel Zuñiga-Vicente, Four decades of research on product diversification: a literature review, Management Decision, 2012, 50, 2, 325

    CrossRef

  91. 91
    Rejie George, Rezaul Kabir, Heterogeneity in business groups and the corporate diversification–firm performance relationship, Journal of Business Research, 2012, 65, 3, 412

    CrossRef

  92. 92
    Daniel Hoechle, Markus Schmid, Ingo Walter, David Yermack, How much of the diversification discount can be explained by poor corporate governance?, Journal of Financial Economics, 2012, 103, 1, 41

    CrossRef

  93. 93
    Matthias Kruehler, Ulrich Pidun, Harald Rubner, How to assess the corporate parenting strategy? A conceptual answer, Journal of Business Strategy, 2012, 33, 4, 4

    CrossRef

  94. 94
    S. HUN SEOG, YOON-SUK BAIK, Inefficient Investment, Information Asymmetry, and Competition for Managers, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2012, 14, 6
  95. 95
    Todd Mitton, Inefficient Labor or Inefficient Capital? Corporate Diversification and Productivity around the World, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2012, 47, 01, 1

    CrossRef

  96. 96
    Manuel Ammann, Daniel Hoechle, Markus Schmid, Is there Really No Conglomerate Discount?, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2012, 39, 1-2
  97. 97
    Marko Svetina, Managerial Motives in Mergers: Propensity Score Matching Approach, Managerial and Decision Economics, 2012, 33, 7-8
  98. 98
    Sheng-Syan Chen, Chin-Te Yu, Xuan-Qi Su, Shu-Miao Lai, Organizational Form and Long-Run Stock and Operating Performance following Corporate R&D Expenditures, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, 2012, 15, 04, 1250017

    CrossRef

  99. 99
    Surendranath R. Jory, Thanh N. Ngo, The effect of foreign segment location on the geographical diversification discount, Global Finance Journal, 2012, 23, 2, 108

    CrossRef

  100. 100
    Luc Laeven, Martin R. Goetz, Ross Levine, The Valuation Effects of Geographic Diversification: Evidence From U.S. Banks, IMF Working Papers, 2012, 12, 50, 1

    CrossRef

  101. 101
    Kian-Tek Lee, Chee-Wooi Hooy, Guat-Khim Hooy, The value impact of international and industrial diversifications on public-listed firms in Malaysia, Emerging Markets Review, 2012, 13, 3, 366

    CrossRef

  102. 102
    Xi He, Two Sides of a Coin: Endogenous and Exogenous Effects of Corporate Diversification on Firm Value, International Review of Finance, 2012, 12, 4
  103. 103
    SeungHan Ro, Alan J. Ziobrowski, Wealth effects of REIT property-type focus changes: evidence from property transactions and joint ventures, Journal of Property Research, 2012, 29, 3, 177

    CrossRef

  104. 104
    Maretno A. Harjoto, Ha-Chin Yi, Tosporn Chotigeat, Why do banks acquire non-banks?, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2012, 36, 3, 587

    CrossRef

  105. 105
    Arnoud W.A. Boot, Banking at the crossroads: How to deal with marketability and complexity?, Review of Development Finance, 2011, 1, 3-4, 167

    CrossRef

  106. 106
    R. Gopalan, K. Xie, Conglomerates and Industry Distress, Review of Financial Studies, 2011, 24, 11, 3642

    CrossRef

  107. 107
    David Bardolet, Craig R. Fox, Dan Lovallo, Corporate capital allocation: a behavioral perspective, Strategic Management Journal, 2011, 32, 13
  108. 108
    Shujing Li, Jiaping Qiu, Chi Wan, Corporate globalization and bank lending, Journal of International Business Studies, 2011, 42, 8, 1016

    CrossRef

  109. 109
    Viral V. Acharya, Yakov Amihud, Lubomir Litov, Creditor rights and corporate risk-taking, Journal of Financial Economics, 2011, 102, 1, 150

    CrossRef

  110. 110
    Basak Akbel, Monika Schnitzer, Creditor rights and debt allocation within multinationals, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2011, 35, 6, 1367

    CrossRef

  111. 111
    Chang-Soo Kim, Effect of Group Affiliation on Investments: Evidence from the Global Economic Crisis, Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies, 2011, 40, 6
  112. 112
    Alex Medina Giacomozzi, Miguel Hernández Morales, Estrategia de mercado seguida por los grupos económicos en chile: efecto en el rendimiento y la rentabilidad1, Estudios Gerenciales, 2011, 27, 119, 187

    CrossRef

  113. 113
    Randall Morck, Finance and Governance in Developing Economies, Annual Review of Financial Economics, 2011, 3, 1, 375

    CrossRef

  114. 114
    Gayané Hovakimian, Financial constraints and investment efficiency: Internal capital allocation across the business cycle, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2011, 20, 2, 264

    CrossRef

  115. 115
    Zhenxu Tong, Firm diversification and the value of corporate cash holdings, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2011, 17, 3, 741

    CrossRef

  116. 116
    Venkat Subramaniam, Tony T. Tang, Heng Yue, Xin Zhou, Firm structure and corporate cash holdings, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2011, 17, 3, 759

    CrossRef

  117. 117
    Adel Bino, Elisabeta Pana, Firm value and investment policy around stock for stock mergers, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2011, 37, 2, 207

    CrossRef

  118. 118
    Sheng-Syan Chen, I-Ju Chen, Inefficient Investment and the Diversification Discount: Evidence from Corporate Asset Purchases, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2011, 38, 7-8
  119. 119
    K. J. M. Cremers, R. Huang, Z. Sautner, Internal Capital Markets and Corporate Politics in a Banking Group, Review of Financial Studies, 2011, 24, 2, 358

    CrossRef

  120. 120
    James Anthony Landi, Japanese MNEs and host countries’ legal institutions, Asian Business & Management, 2011, 10, 1, 87

    CrossRef

  121. 121
    Jeungbo Shim, Mergers & Acquisitions, Diversification and Performance in the U.S. Property-Liability Insurance Industry, Journal of Financial Services Research, 2011, 39, 3, 119

    CrossRef

  122. 122
    Zhimin Wang, Ike Mathur, Return on capital analysis: U.S.-based multinational corporations versus U.S. domestic corporations, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 2011, 21, 4, 191

    CrossRef

  123. 123
    Rui J. P. de Figueiredo, Evan Rawley, Skill, Luck, and the Multiproduct Firm: Evidence from Hedge Funds, Management Science, 2011, 57, 11, 1963

    CrossRef

  124. 124
    Anil Arya, Brian Mittendorf, Supply Chains and Segment Profitability: How Input Pricing Creates a Latent Cross-Segment Subsidy, The Accounting Review, 2011, 86, 3, 805

    CrossRef

  125. 125
    Sumit Agarwal, I-Ming Chiu, Victor Souphom, Guy M. Yamashiro, The efficiency of internal capital markets: Evidence from the Annual Capital Expenditure Survey, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2011, 51, 2, 162

    CrossRef

  126. 126
    Matthew T. Billett, Jon A. Garfinkel, Yi Jiang, The influence of governance on investment: Evidence from a hazard model, Journal of Financial Economics, 2011, 102, 3, 643

    CrossRef

  127. You have free access to this content127
    Marina Martynova, Luc Renneboog, The Performance of the European Market for Corporate Control: Evidence from the Fifth Takeover Wave, European Financial Management, 2011, 17, 2
  128. 128
    José-Miguel Gaspar, Massimo Massa, The Role of Commonality between CEO and Divisional Managers in Internal Capital Markets, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2011, 46, 03, 841

    CrossRef

  129. 129
    Bharat A. Jain, Omesh Kini, Jaideep Shenoy, Vertical divestitures through equity carve-outs and spin-offs: A product markets perspective, Journal of Financial Economics, 2011, 100, 3, 594

    CrossRef

  130. 130
    Alain Praet, Voluntary firm restructuring: why do firms sell or liquidate their subsidiaries?, Annals of Finance, 2011, 7, 4, 449

    CrossRef

  131. 131
    Simi Kedia, S. Abraham Ravid, Vicente Pons, When Do Vertical Mergers Create Value?, Financial Management, 2011, 40, 4
  132. 132
    Mehmet E. Akbulut, John G. Matsusaka, 50+ Years of Diversification Announcements, Financial Review, 2010, 45, 2
  133. 133
    SAIBAL GHOSH, AFFILIATION AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN BUSINESS GROUPS, The Manchester School, 2010, 78, 3
  134. 134
    Houda Ben Mhenni Haj Youssef, Lassad El Moubarki, Olfa Benouda Sioud, Can diversification degree amplify momentum and contrarian anomalies?, Review of Accounting and Finance, 2010, 9, 1, 50

    CrossRef

  135. 135
    Eric Szu-Wen Chou, Can socialism in internal capital markets occur in the absence of managerial rent seeking?, Applied Economics, 2010, 42, 1, 107

    CrossRef

  136. 136
    DMYTRO HOLOD, JOE PEEK, Capital Constraints, Asymmetric Information, and Internal Capital Markets in Banking: New Evidence, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2010, 42, 5
  137. 137
    RAN DUCHIN, Cash Holdings and Corporate Diversification, The Journal of Finance, 2010, 65, 3
  138. 138
    B.-K. Seo, K. Lee, X. Wang, Causes for changing performance of the business groups in a transition economy: market-level versus firm-level factors in China, Industrial and Corporate Change, 2010, 19, 6, 2041

    CrossRef

  139. 139
    An Yan, Zaihui Yang, Jie Jiao, Conglomerate investment under various capital market conditions, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2010, 34, 1, 103

    CrossRef

  140. 140
    Xiaorong Li, Kami Rwegasira, Diversification and the Internal Capital Market Building Motive in China, Journal of Transnational Management, 2010, 15, 2, 103

    CrossRef

  141. 141
    Evan Rawley, Diversification, coordination costs, and organizational rigidity: evidence from microdata, Strategic Management Journal, 2010, 31, 8
  142. 142
    Evan Rawley, Timothy S. Simcoe, Diversification, Diseconomies of Scope, and Vertical Contracting: Evidence from the Taxicab Industry, Management Science, 2010, 56, 9, 1534

    CrossRef

  143. 143
    Gönül Çolak, Diversification, Refocusing and Firm Value, European Financial Management, 2010, 16, 3
  144. 144
    Raj Chetty, Emmanuel Saez, Dividend and Corporate Taxation in an Agency Model of the Firm, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2010, 2, 3, 1

    CrossRef

  145. 145
    Stefan Eckert, Marcus Dittfeld, Thomas Muche, Susanne Rässler, Does multinationality lead to value enhancement? An empirical examination of publicly listed corporations from Germany, International Business Review, 2010, 19, 6, 562

    CrossRef

  146. 146
    O. Ozbas, D. S. Scharfstein, Evidence on the Dark Side of Internal Capital Markets, Review of Financial Studies, 2010, 23, 2, 581

    CrossRef

  147. 147
    Ralph de Haas, Iman van Lelyveld, Internal capital markets and lending by multinational bank subsidiaries, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2010, 19, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  148. 148
    Diemo Dietrich, Uwe Vollmer, International Banking and Liquidity Allocation, Journal of Financial Services Research, 2010, 37, 1, 45

    CrossRef

  149. 149
    George Iatridis, International Financial Reporting Standards and the quality of financial statement information, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2010, 19, 3, 193

    CrossRef

  150. 150
    Markus Glaser, Sebastian Müller, Is the diversification discount caused by the book value bias of debt?, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2010, 34, 10, 2307

    CrossRef

  151. 151
    Giorgio Barba Navaretti, Giacomo Calzolari, Alberto Franco Pozzolo, Micol Levi, Multinational banking in Europe – financial stability and regulatory implications: lessons from the financial crisis, Economic Policy, 2010, 25, 64
  152. 152
    PETER G. KLEIN, MARC R. SAIDENBERG, ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND THE DIVERSIFICATION DISCOUNT: EVIDENCE FROM COMMERCIAL BANKING, The Journal of Industrial Economics, 2010, 58, 1
  153. 153
    Ralf Elsas, Andreas Hackethal, Markus Holzhäuser, The anatomy of bank diversification, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2010, 34, 6, 1274

    CrossRef

  154. 154
    D. Bardolet, D. Lovallo, R. Rumelt, The hand of corporate management in capital allocations: patterns of investment in multi- and single-business firms, Industrial and Corporate Change, 2010, 19, 2, 591

    CrossRef

  155. 155
    Gunnar Grass, The impact of conglomeration on the option value of equity, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2010, 34, 12, 3010

    CrossRef

  156. 156
    Nilanjan Basu, Trends in corporate diversification, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management, 2010, 24, 1, 87

    CrossRef

  157. 157
    John Hund, Donald Monk, Sheri Tice, Uncertainty about average profitability and the diversification discount, Journal of Financial Economics, 2010, 96, 3, 463

    CrossRef

  158. 158
    Todd Mitton, Keith Vorkink, Why Do Firms with Diversification Discounts Have Higher Expected Returns?, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2010, 45, 06, 1367

    CrossRef

  159. 159
    Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Restructuring Activities, 2010,

    CrossRef

  160. 160
    D. Benito Osorio, ANÁLISIS TEÓRICO DE LA RELACIÓN ENTRE DIVERSIFICACIÓN CORPORATIVA Y RESULTADOS EMPRESARIALES, Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa, 2009, 15, 2, 105

    CrossRef

  161. 161
    XI HE, Corporate Diversification and Firm Value: Evidence from Post-1997 Data, International Review of Finance, 2009, 9, 4
  162. 162
    Bülent Aybar, Aysun Ficici, Cross-border acquisitions and firm value: An analysis of emerging-market multinationals, Journal of International Business Studies, 2009, 40, 8, 1317

    CrossRef

  163. 163
    Sangwoo Lee, Kwangwoo Park, Hyun-Han Shin, Disappearing internal capital markets: Evidence from diversified business groups in Korea, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2009, 33, 2, 326

    CrossRef

  164. 164
    Chongwoo Choe, Xiangkang Yin, Diversification discount, information rents, and internal capital markets, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2009, 49, 2, 178

    CrossRef

  165. You have free access to this content165
    Chris R. McNeil, Thomas I. Smythe, Division Manager Lobbying Power and the Allocation of Capital, Financial Review, 2009, 44, 1
  166. 166
    Iman van Lelyveld, Klaas Knot, Do financial conglomerates create or destroy value? Evidence for the EU, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2009, 33, 12, 2312

    CrossRef

  167. 167
    Raj Aggarwal, Economic development, business strategy, and corporate restructuring in India, Journal of Indian Business Research, 2009, 1, 1, 14

    CrossRef

  168. 168
    Y. Xuan, Empire-Building or Bridge-Building? Evidence from New CEOs' Internal Capital Allocation Decisions, Review of Financial Studies, 2009, 22, 12, 4919

    CrossRef

  169. 169
    Sudip Datta, Ranjan D'Mello, Mai Iskandar-Datta, Executive compensation and internal capital market efficiency, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2009, 18, 2, 242

    CrossRef

  170. 170
    Jia Liu, Dong Pang, Financial factors and company investment decisions in transitional China, Managerial and Decision Economics, 2009, 30, 2
  171. 171
    Chansog Francis Kim, Speros Margetis, Chris Pantzalis, Financial sector diversification and MNC valuation, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 2009, 19, 5, 343

    CrossRef

  172. 172
    Halit Gonenc, How do business group firms utilize internal capital markets?, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 2009, 5, 4, 360

    CrossRef

  173. 173
    Julie Wulf, Influence and inefficiency in the internal capital market, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2009, 72, 1, 305

    CrossRef

  174. 174
    Alexandros P. Prezas, Internal capital markets, empire building, and capital structure, Journal of Economics and Business, 2009, 61, 3, 173

    CrossRef

  175. 175
    Tomas Jandik, Raja Kali, Legal systems, information asymmetry, and firm boundaries: Cross-border choices to diversify through mergers, joint ventures, or strategic alliances, Journal of International Business Studies, 2009, 40, 4, 578

    CrossRef

  176. 176
    Claude Francoeur, Alain Niyubahwe, Sell-offs, internal capital markets, and long run performance: Canadian evidence, International Journal of Managerial Finance, 2009, 5, 4, 376

    CrossRef

  177. 177
    P. Fulghieri, M. Sevilir, Size and Focus of a Venture Capitalist's Portfolio, Review of Financial Studies, 2009, 22, 11, 4643

    CrossRef

  178. 178
    Atle Oglend, Ragnar Tveteras, SPATIAL DIVERSIFICATION IN NORWEGIAN AQUACULTURE, Aquaculture Economics & Management, 2009, 13, 2, 94

    CrossRef

  179. You have free access to this content179
    Paul Gompers, Anna Kovner, Josh Lerner, Specialization and Success: Evidence from Venture Capital, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2009, 18, 3
  180. You have free access to this content180
    Raj Aggarwal, Shelly Zhao, The Diversification Discount Puzzle: Evidence for a Transaction-Cost Resolution, Financial Review, 2009, 44, 1
  181. 181
    Seoungpil Ahn, The Dynamics of Diversification Discount, Asia-Pacific Journal of Financial Studies, 2009, 38, 2
  182. 182
    Michael J. Alderson, Brian L. Betker, Were internal capital markets affected by the ‘perfect’ pension storm?, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2009, 15, 2, 257

    CrossRef

  183. 183
    Peter G. Klein, Lasse B. Lien, Economic Institutions of Strategy, 2009,

    CrossRef

  184. 184
    Z. Seyda Deligonul, Advances in International Marketing, 2009,

    CrossRef

  185. 185
    Marina Martynova, Luc Renneboog, A century of corporate takeovers: What have we learned and where do we stand?, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2008, 32, 10, 2148

    CrossRef

  186. 186
    Bryan Mase, A change of focus: Stock market reclassification in the UK, The European Journal of Finance, 2008, 14, 3, 179

    CrossRef

  187. 187
    Antoine Renucci, Access to financing, rents, and organization of the firm, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2008, 14, 4, 337

    CrossRef

  188. 188
    JUAN SANTALO, MANUEL BECERRA, Competition from Specialized Firms and the Diversification–Performance Linkage, The Journal of Finance, 2008, 63, 2
  189. 189
    Luc Renneboog, Peter G. Szilagyi, Corporate Restructuring and Bondholder Wealth, European Financial Management, 2008, 14, 4
  190. 190
    Joseph P.H. Fan, Jun Huang, Felix Oberholzer-Gee, Troy D. Smith, Mengxin Zhao, Diversification of Chinese companies: an international comparison, Chinese Management Studies, 2008, 2, 1, 6

    CrossRef

  191. 191
    Chee Yeow Lim, Tiong Yang Thong, David K. Ding, Firm diversification and earnings management: evidence from seasoned equity offerings, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2008, 30, 1, 69

    CrossRef

  192. 192
    Xiangkang Yin, Going-public vs. private sales: A two-tiered agency approach, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2008, 17, 3, 523

    CrossRef

  193. 193
    Chen Lin, Dongwei Su, Industrial diversification, partial privatization and firm valuation: Evidence from publicly listed firms in China, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2008, 14, 4, 405

    CrossRef

  194. 194
    Charles A. Brown, Chris R. McNeil, Internal capital market subsidies and industry downturns, Accounting & Finance, 2008, 48, 3
  195. 195
    John A. Doukas, Ozgur B. Kan, Investment decisions and internal capital markets: Evidence from acquisitions, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2008, 32, 8, 1484

    CrossRef

  196. 196
    An Buysschaert, Marc Deloof, Marc Jegers, An Rommens, Is Group Affiliation Profitable in Developed Countries? Belgian Evidence, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 2008, 16, 6
  197. 197
    Lionel Nesta, Knowledge and productivity in the world’s largest manufacturing corporations, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2008, 67, 3-4, 886

    CrossRef

  198. 198
    Yener Altunbaş, David Marqués, Mergers and acquisitions and bank performance in Europe: The role of strategic similarities, Journal of Economics and Business, 2008, 60, 3, 204

    CrossRef

  199. 199
    Volker Laux, On the value of influence activities for capital budgeting, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2008, 65, 3-4, 625

    CrossRef

  200. 200
    Sheng-Syan Chen, Organizational Form and the Economic Impact of Corporate New Product Strategies, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2008, 35, 1-2
  201. 201
    B. Han, D. Hirshleifer, J. C. Persons, Promotion Tournaments and Capital Rationing, Review of Financial Studies, 2008, 22, 1, 219

    CrossRef

  202. 202
    Louis Murray, Spin-offs in an Environment of Bank Debt, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2008, 35, 3-4
  203. 203
    A. W. A. Boot, M. Marinc, The evolving landscape of banking, Industrial and Corporate Change, 2008, 17, 6, 1173

    CrossRef

  204. You have free access to this content204
    Bharat A. Jain, Omesh Kini, The Impact of Strategic Investment Choices on Post-Issue Operating Performance and Survival of US IPO Firms, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2008, 35, 3-4
  205. 205
    VOJISLAV MAKSIMOVIC, GORDON PHILLIPS, The Industry Life Cycle, Acquisitions and Investment: Does Firm Organization Matter?, The Journal of Finance, 2008, 63, 2
  206. 206
    David C. Hyland, The long-run performance of diversifying firms, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2008, 32, 3, 294

    CrossRef

  207. 207
    Lawrence S. Powell, David W. Sommer, David L. Eckles, The Role of Internal Capital Markets in Financial Intermediaries: Evidence From Insurer Groups, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2008, 75, 2
  208. 208
    Anna N. Danielova, Tracking Stock or Spin-Off? Determinants of Choice, Financial Management, 2008, 37, 1
  209. 209
    Vanitha Swaminathan, Feisal Murshed, John Hulland, Value Creation Following Merger and Acquisition Announcements: The Role of Strategic Emphasis Alignment, Journal of Marketing Research, 2008, 45, 1, 33

    CrossRef

  210. 210
    Paul Gompers, Anna Kovner, Josh Lerner, David Scharfstein, Venture capital investment cycles: The impact of public markets, Journal of Financial Economics, 2008, 87, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  211. 211
    B. Espen Eckbo, Karin S. Thorburn, Handbook of Empirical Corporate Finance, 2008,

    CrossRef

  212. 212
    Desmond W. Ng, A Modern Resource Based Approach to Unrelated Diversification, Journal of Management Studies, 2007, 44, 8
  213. 213
    Tomas Mantecon, Robert E. Chatfield, An analysis of the disposition of assets in a joint venture, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2007, 31, 9, 2591

    CrossRef

  214. 214
    Diemo Dietrich, Asset tangibility and capital allocation, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2007, 13, 5, 995

    CrossRef

  215. 215
    JULIE WULF, AUTHORITY, RISK, AND PERFORMANCE INCENTIVES: EVIDENCE FROM DIVISION MANAGER POSITIONS INSIDE FIRMS, The Journal of Industrial Economics, 2007, 55, 1
  216. 216
    ELENA CARLETTI, PHILIPP HARTMANN, GIANCARLO SPAGNOLO, Bank Mergers, Competition, and Liquidity, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2007, 39, 5
  217. 217
    Tarun Khanna, Yishay Yafeh, Business Groups in Emerging Markets: Paragons or Parasites?, Journal of Economic Literature, 2007, 45, 2, 331

    CrossRef

  218. 218
    Seoungpil Ahn, Mark D. Walker, Corporate governance and the spinoff decision, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2007, 13, 1, 76

    CrossRef

  219. 219
    J. Barry Lin, Christos Pantzalis, Jung Chul Park, Corporate use of derivatives and excess value of diversification, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2007, 31, 3, 889

    CrossRef

  220. 220
    Tim Baldenius, Sunil Dutta, Stefan Reichelstein, Cost Allocation for Capital Budgeting Decisions, The Accounting Review, 2007, 82, 4, 837

    CrossRef

  221. 221
    Roman Inderst, Holger M. Müller, Karl Wärneryd, Distributional conflict in organizations, European Economic Review, 2007, 51, 2, 385

    CrossRef

  222. 222
    Evelyn Hayden, Daniel Porath, Natalja v. Westernhagen, Does Diversification Improve the Performance of German Banks? Evidence from Individual Bank Loan Portfolios, Journal of Financial Services Research, 2007, 32, 3, 123

    CrossRef

  223. 223
    Michelle Haynes, Steve Thompson, Mike Wright, Executive Remuneration and Corporate Divestment: Motivating Managers to Make Unpalatable Decisions, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2007, 34, 5-6
  224. 224
    HAYNE E. LELAND, Financial Synergies and the Optimal Scope of the Firm: Implications for Mergers, Spinoffs, and Structured Finance, The Journal of Finance, 2007, 62, 2
  225. 225
    Nigel Driffield, Vidya Mahambare, Sarmistha Pal, How does ownership structure affect capital structure and firm value? Recent evidence from East Asia, Economics of Transition, 2007, 15, 3
  226. 226
    Kiseok Hong, Jong-Wha Lee, Young Soo Lee, Investment by Korean conglomerates before and after the crisis, Japan and the World Economy, 2007, 19, 3, 347

    CrossRef

  227. 227
    L. Paige Fields, Donald R. Fraser, James W. Kolari, Is Bancassurance a Viable Model for Financial Firms?, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 2007, 74, 4
  228. 228
    Luc Laeven, Ross Levine, Is there a diversification discount in financial conglomerates?, Journal of Financial Economics, 2007, 85, 2, 331

    CrossRef

  229. 229
    A. E. Bernardo, H. Cai, J. Luo, Motivating Entrepreneurial Activity in a Firm, Review of Financial Studies, 2007, 22, 3, 1089

    CrossRef

  230. 230
    Philip G. Berger, Rebecca N. Hann, Segment Profitability and the Proprietary and Agency Costs of Disclosure, The Accounting Review, 2007, 82, 4, 869

    CrossRef

  231. 231
    Steve Mercieca, Klaus Schaeck, Simon Wolfe, Small European banks: Benefits from diversification?, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2007, 31, 7, 1975

    CrossRef

  232. 232
    Eric S. Chou, The boundaries of firms as information barriers, The RAND Journal of Economics, 2007, 38, 3
  233. 233
    Marc Jegers, Kooyul Jung, Byungmo Kim, The Difference Between Measuring Internal Funds Allocations in Groups and in Diversified Firms, Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, 2007, 10, 03, 341

    CrossRef

  234. 234
    Marina Martynova, Sjoerd Oosting, Luc Renneboog, International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity Since 1990, 2007,

    CrossRef

  235. 235
    Vojislav Maksimovic, Gordon Phillips, Handbook of Empirical Corporate Finance, 2007,

    CrossRef

  236. 236
    Abe de Jong, Marieke van der Poel, Michiel Wolfswinkel, Corporate Governance and Regulatory Impact on Mergers and Acquisitions, 2007,

    CrossRef

  237. 237
    Antonio E. Bernardo, Jiang Luo, James J.D. Wang, A theory of socialistic internal capital markets, Journal of Financial Economics, 2006, 80, 3, 485

    CrossRef

  238. 238
    Steve Toms, Asset pricing models, the labour theory of value and their implications for accounting, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2006, 17, 7, 947

    CrossRef

  239. 239
    Barbara Rovetta, Investment Policies and Excess Returns in Corporate Spin-offs: Evidence from the US Market, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management, 2006, 20, 3, 287

    CrossRef

  240. 240
    Timothy Erickson, Toni M. Whited, On the Accuracy of Different Measures of q, Financial Management, 2006, 35, 3
  241. 241
    Anil Arya, Brian Mittendorf, Project Assignments When Budget Padding Taints Resource Allocation, Management Science, 2006, 52, 9, 1345

    CrossRef

  242. 242
    Magda Bianco, Giovanna Nicodano, Pyramidal groups and debt, European Economic Review, 2006, 50, 4, 937

    CrossRef

  243. 243
    Karen C. Denning, Heather Hulburt, Stephen P. Ferris, Risk and wealth effects of U.S. firm joint venture activity, Review of Financial Economics, 2006, 15, 3, 271

    CrossRef

  244. 244
    Heitor Almeida, Daniel Wolfenzon, Should business groups be dismantled? The equilibrium costs of efficient internal capital markets, Journal of Financial Economics, 2006, 79, 1, 99

    CrossRef

  245. 245
    Paolo Fulghieri, Laurie Simon Hodrick, Synergies and Internal Agency Conflicts: The Double-Edged Sword of Mergers, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2006, 15, 3
  246. 246
    Douglas J. Miller, Technological diversity, related diversification, and firm performance, Strategic Management Journal, 2006, 27, 7
  247. 247
    Stijn Claessens, Joseph P.H. Fan, Larry H.P. Lang, The benefits and costs of group affiliation: Evidence from East Asia, Emerging Markets Review, 2006, 7, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  248. 248
    MANUEL AMMANN, MICHAEL VERHOFEN, THE CONGLOMERATE DISCOUNT: A NEW EXPLANATION BASED ON CREDIT RISK, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, 2006, 09, 08, 1201

    CrossRef

  249. 249
    Edel Barnes, Gael Hardie-Brown, The Diversification Puzzle: Revisiting the Value Impact of Diversification for UK Firms, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2006, 33, 9-10
  250. 250
    Sheng-Syan Chen, The Economic Impact of Corporate Capital Expenditures: Focused Firms versus Diversified Firms, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2006, 41, 02, 341

    CrossRef

  251. 251
    Diane Li , Jongdae Jin , The effect of diversification on firm returns in chemical and oil industries, Review of Accounting and Finance, 2006, 5, 1, 20

    CrossRef

  252. 252
    Thorsten Beck, Aslı Demirgüç-Kunt, Vojislav Maksimovic, The influence of financial and legal institutions on firm size, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2006, 30, 11, 2995

    CrossRef

  253. 253
    An Yan, Value of Conglomerates and Capital Market Conditions, Financial Management, 2006, 35, 4
  254. 254
    Arnoud Boot, Anjolein Schmeits, Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, 2006,

    CrossRef

  255. 255
    Heli Wang, Jeffrey J. Reuer, 2006,

    CrossRef

  256. 256
    Marina Martynova, Luc Renneboog, Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, 2006,

    CrossRef

  257. 257
    Joseph G. Haubrich, João A.C. Santos, Banking and commerce: A liquidity approach, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2005, 29, 2, 271

    CrossRef

  258. 258
    Tomas Jandik, Anil K. Makhija, Can Diversification Create Value? Evidence from the Electric Utility Industry, Financial Management, 2005, 34, 1
  259. 259
    André F. Perold, Capital Allocation in Financial Firms, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 2005, 17, 3
  260. 260
    Antoine Faure-Grimaud, Roman Inderst, Conglomerate Entrenchment under Optimal Financial Contracting, American Economic Review, 2005, 95, 3, 850

    CrossRef

  261. 261
    Chris R. McNeil, William T. Moore, Dismantling internal capital markets via spinoff: effects on capital allocation efficiency and firm valuation, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2005, 11, 1-2, 253

    CrossRef

  262. You have free access to this content262
    THORSTEN BECK, ASLI DEMIRGÜÇ-KUNT, VOJISLAV MAKSIMOVIC, Financial and Legal Constraints to Growth: Does Firm Size Matter?, The Journal of Finance, 2005, 60, 1
  263. 263
    Oguzhan Ozbas, Integration, organizational processes, and allocation of resources, Journal of Financial Economics, 2005, 75, 1, 201

    CrossRef

  264. 264
    Tatsuo Ushijima, Internal capital market and the growth and survival of Japanese plants in the United States, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 2005, 19, 3, 366

    CrossRef

  265. 265
    Byungmo Kim, Kooyul Jung, In Joon Kim, Internal Funds Allocation and the Ownership Structure: Evidence from Korean Business Groups, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2005, 25, 1, 33

    CrossRef

  266. 266
    Hüseyin Tanriverdi, N. Venkatraman, Knowledge relatedness and the performance of multibusiness firms, Strategic Management Journal, 2005, 26, 2
  267. 267
    Hsiu-Lang Chen, Re-Jin Guo, On Corporate Divestiture, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2005, 24, 4, 399

    CrossRef

  268. 268
    Eitan Goldman, Organizational Form, Information Collection, and the Value of the Firm, The Journal of Business, 2005, 78, 3, 817

    CrossRef

  269. 269
    Sandro Brusco, Fausto Panunzi, Reallocation of corporate resources and managerial incentives in internal capital markets, European Economic Review, 2005, 49, 3, 659

    CrossRef

  270. 270
    John A. Doukas, Phillip J. McKnight, Christos Pantzalis, Security analysis, agency costs, and UK firm characteristics, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2005, 14, 5, 493

    CrossRef

  271. 271
    Petra Joerg, Claudio Loderer, Lukas Roth, Socialism and Intrafirm Asset Allocation, European Financial Management, 2005, 11, 2
  272. 272
    Chihiro Watanabe, Jae Yong Hur, Kiyofumi Matsumoto, Technological diversification and firm's techno-economic structure: An assessment of Canon's sustainable growth trajectory, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2005, 72, 1, 11

    CrossRef

  273. 273
    A. L. Katchova, The Farm Diversification Discount, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2005, 87, 4, 984

    CrossRef

  274. 274
    Wi Saeng Kim, Esmeralda Lyn, Tae-Jun Park, Edward Zychowicz, The Wealth Effects of Capital Investment Decisions: An Empirical Comparison of Korean Chaebol and Non-Chaebol Firms, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 2005, 32, 5-6
  275. 275
    Elizabeth L. Rose, Kiyohiko Ito, Widening the Family Circle: Spin-offs in the Japanese Service Sector, Long Range Planning, 2005, 38, 1, 9

    CrossRef

  276. 276
    Louis T.W. Cheng, T.Y. Leung, A comparative analysis of the market-based and accounting-based performance of diversifying and non-diversifying acquisitions in Hong Kong, International Business Review, 2004, 13, 6, 763

    CrossRef

  277. 277
    Thomas J. Chemmanur, An Yan, A theory of corporate spin-offs, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 72, 2, 259

    CrossRef

  278. 278
    Se-Jik Kim, Bailout and conglomeration, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 71, 2, 315

    CrossRef

  279. 279
    Amy Dittmar, Capital Structure in Corporate Spin-Offs, The Journal of Business, 2004, 77, 1, 9

    CrossRef

  280. 280
    Øyvind Bøhren, Jørgen Haug, Dag Michalsen, Compliance with flexible accounting standards, The International Journal of Accounting, 2004, 39, 1, 1

    CrossRef

  281. 281
    Yoong-Deok Jeon, Young-Yong Kim, Conglomerates and economic calculation, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 2004, 7, 1, 53

    CrossRef

  282. 282
    Jonathan E. Clarke, C.Edward Fee, Shawn Thomas, Corporate diversification and asymmetric information: evidence from stock market trading characteristics, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2004, 10, 1, 105

    CrossRef

  283. 283
    H.Young Baek, Corporate diversification and performance: evidence on production efficiency, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, 2004, 14, 2, 135

    CrossRef

  284. 284
    Jae-Seung Baek, Jun-Koo Kang, Kyung Suh Park, Corporate governance and firm value: evidence from the Korean financial crisis, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 71, 2, 265

    CrossRef

  285. 285
    Belén Villalonga, Diversification Discount or Premium? New Evidence from the Business Information Tracking Series, The Journal of Finance, 2004, 59, 2
  286. 286
    Ronald W. Best, Charles W. Hodges, Bing-Xuan Lin, Does Information Asymmetry Explain The Diversification Discount?, Journal of Financial Research, 2004, 27, 2
  287. 287
    Choi Gongpil, Financial Stability of a Small Open Economy under Credit Constraints, Journal of East Asian Economic Integration, 2004, 8, 2, 3

    CrossRef

  288. 288
    Franz Wirl, Inter-Divisional Contracts, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 2004, 11, 2, 197

    CrossRef

  289. 289
    Seoungpil Ahn, David J Denis, Internal capital markets and investment policy: evidence from corporate spinoffs, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 71, 3, 489

    CrossRef

  290. 290
    Chris McNeil, Greg Niehaus, Eric Powers, Management turnover in subsidiaries of conglomerates versus stand-alone firms, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 72, 1, 63

    CrossRef

  291. 291
    Joao Gomes, Dmitry Livdan, Optimal Diversification: Reconciling Theory and Evidence, The Journal of Finance, 2004, 59, 2
  292. 292
    Chihiro Watanabe, Kiyofumi Matsumoto, Jae Yong Hur, Technological diversification and assimilation of spillover technology: Canon's scenario for sustainable growth, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2004, 71, 9, 941

    CrossRef

  293. 293
    Eitan Goldman, The impact of stock market information production on internal resource allocation, Journal of Financial Economics, 2004, 71, 1, 143

    CrossRef

  294. 294
    Philip McCann, Ram Mudambi, The Location Behavior of the Multinational Enterprise: Some Analytical Issues, Growth and Change, 2004, 35, 4
  295. 295
    Art Durnev, Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung, Value-Enhancing Capital Budgeting and Firm-specific Stock Return Variation, The Journal of Finance, 2004, 59, 1
  296. 296
    Byungmo Kim, Inmoo Lee, Agency problems and performance of Korean companies during the Asian financial crisis: Chaebol vs. non-chaebol firms, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2003, 11, 3, 327

    CrossRef

  297. 297
    John D Martin, Akin Sayrak, Corporate diversification and shareholder value: a survey of recent literature, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2003, 9, 1, 37

    CrossRef

  298. 298
    Hideshi Itoh, Corporate Restructuring in Japan Part I: Can M-Form Organization Manage Diverse Businesses?, Japanese Economic Review, 2003, 54, 1
  299. 299
    Amy Dittmar, Anil Shivdasani, Divestitures and Divisional Investment Policies, The Journal of Finance, 2003, 58, 6
  300. 300
    Timothy R. Burch, Vikram Nanda, Divisional diversity and the conglomerate discount: evidence from spinoffs, Journal of Financial Economics, 2003, 70, 1, 69

    CrossRef

  301. 301
    John A. Doukas, Christos Pantzalis, Geographic diversification and agency costs of debt of multinational firms, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2003, 9, 1, 59

    CrossRef

  302. 302
    Roman Inderst, Holger M. Müller, Internal versus External Financing: An Optimal Contracting Approach, The Journal of Finance, 2003, 58, 3
  303. 303
    Adolfo de Motta, Managerial Incentives and Internal Capital Markets, The Journal of Finance, 2003, 58, 3
  304. 304
    Stephen P Ferris, Kenneth A Kim, Pattanaporn Kitsabunnarat, The costs (and benefits?) of diversified business groups: The case of Korean chaebols, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2003, 27, 2, 251

    CrossRef

  305. 305
    James A. Robins, Margarethe F. Wiersema, The measurement of corporate portfolio strategy: analysis of the content validity of related diversification indexes, Strategic Management Journal, 2003, 24, 1
  306. 306
    Robert D. Campbell, Milena Petrova, C. F. Sirmans, Wealth Effects of Diversification and Financial Deal Structuring: Evidence from REIT Property Portfolio Acquisitions, Real Estate Economics, 2003, 31, 3
  307. 307
    Stijn Claessens, Simeon Djankov, Joseph P.H Fan, Larry H.P Lang, When does corporate diversification matter to productivity and performance? Evidence from East Asia, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2003, 11, 3, 365

    CrossRef

  308. 308
    M. Baker, J. C. Stein, J. Wurgler, When Does the Market Matter? Stock Prices and the Investment of Equity-Dependent Firms, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2003, 118, 3, 969

    CrossRef

  309. 309
    Rajesh K. Aggarwal, Andrew A. Samwick, Why Do Managers Diversify Their Firms? Agency Reconsidered, The Journal of Finance, 2003, 58, 1
  310. 310
    Robin Limmack, 2003,

    CrossRef

  311. 311
    Jeremy C. Stein, Corporate Finance, 2003,

    CrossRef

  312. 312
    Todd Mitton, A cross-firm analysis of the impact of corporate governance on the East Asian financial crisis, Journal of Financial Economics, 2002, 64, 2, 215

    CrossRef

  313. 313
    Frederik P. Schlingemann, René M. Stulz, Ralph A. Walkling, Divestitures and the liquidity of the market for corporate assets, Journal of Financial Economics, 2002, 64, 1, 117

    CrossRef

  314. 314
    Owen A. Lamont, Christopher Polk, Does diversification destroy value? Evidence from the industry shocks, Journal of Financial Economics, 2002, 63, 1, 51

    CrossRef

  315. 315
    John G. Matsusaka, Vikram Nanda, Internal Capital Markets and Corporate Refocusing, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2002, 11, 2, 176

    CrossRef

  316. 316
    Julie Wulf, Internal Capital Markets and Firm-Level Compensation Incentives for Division Managers, Journal of Labor Economics, 2002, 20, S2, S219

    CrossRef

  317. 317
    Henk von Eije, Wim Westerman, Multinational cash management and conglomerate discounts in the euro zone, International Business Review, 2002, 11, 4, 453

    CrossRef

  318. 318
    John G. Matsusaka, Corporate Diversification, Value Maximization, and Organizational Capabilities, The Journal of Business, 2001, 74, 3, 409

    CrossRef

  319. 319
    Charles J. Hadlock, Michael Ryngaert, Shawn Thomas, Corporate Structure and Equity Offerings: Are There Benefits to Diversification?, The Journal of Business, 2001, 74, 4, 613

    CrossRef

  320. 320
    Arturo Estrella, Mixing and matching: Prospective financial sector mergers and market valuation, Journal of Banking & Finance, 2001, 25, 12, 2367

    CrossRef

  321. 321
    Enrico C Perotti, Stanislav Gelfer, Red barons or robber barons? Governance and investment in Russian financial–industrial groups, European Economic Review, 2001, 45, 9, 1601

    CrossRef

  322. 322
    Enyang Guo, Arthur J Keown, Nilanjan Sen, The impact of firm diversification and focus: The Japanese experience, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 2001, 9, 3, 165

    CrossRef

  323. 323
    Bradford Cornell, Qaio Liu, The parent company puzzle: when is the whole worth less than one of the parts?, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2001, 7, 4, 341

    CrossRef

  324. 324
    Arnoud W.A. Boot, Anjolein Schmeits, Market Discipline and Incentive Problems in Conglomerate Firms with Applications to Banking, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2000, 9, 3, 240

    CrossRef

  325. 325
    John A. Doukas, Chansog Kim, Christos Pantzalis, Security Analysis, Agency Costs, and Company Characteristics, Financial Analysts Journal, 2000, 56, 6, 54

    CrossRef

  326. 326
    Mike Stegemoller, Corporate Takeovers and Restructurings,
  327. 327
    Marina Martynova, Luc Renneboog, Corporate Takeovers and Wealth Creation,
  328. 328
    Stefano Gatti, Chiara Battistini, Hedge Funds' Activism: A New Trend of Convergence toward Private Equity in Public Firms?,
  329. 329
    Seoungpil Ahn, The Diversification Discount,
  330. 330
    Luc Renneboog, Peter G. Szilagyi, The Impact of Restructuring on Bondholders,
  331. 331
    Abdul H. Rahman, Theoretical Issues on Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures,