*The paper has been circulated under the title ‘The decision to go public—an empirical study of Swedish corporations’. The authors are grateful for comments from seminar participants at SNS, the Stockholm School of Economics, the Swedish School of Economics, University of Gothenburgh, University of Lausanne, University of Geneva, Vanderbilt University, the EFER ‘Workshop on Realising Enterprise Value’ in London, December 1992, the Western Finance Association in Whistler, June 1993, the CEPR Summer Institute in Gerzensee, July 1993, and the conference on ‘The Stock Market as a Source of Capital and the Decision to go Public’ in Rome, December 1994. The paper has improved from comments by Wolfgang Aussenegg, Patrick Bolton, Guy Biihler, Burton Hollifield, Bengt Holmstrom, Narasimhan Jegadeesh, Matti Keloharju, Alexander Ljungqvist, Robert Merton, Marco Pagano, Jay Ritter, and Ingrid Werner. We would also like to thank Wolfgang Aussenegg, Ragnar Boman, Guy Buhler, Michel Dubois, Olaf Ehrhardt, Matti Keloharju, Roger Kunz, Alexander Ljungqvist, Marco Pagano, Remy Palliard, and Marco Ratti for generously supplying data. Kristian Rydqvist would like to thank Bankforskningsinstitutet, SNS, Tore Browaldh's Foundation, and Ente ‘Luigi Einaudi’ for financial support.
Going public in the 1980s: Evidence from Sweden
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European Financial Management
Volume 1, Issue 3, pages 287–315, November 1995
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Rydqvist, K. and Högholm, K. (1995), Going public in the 1980s: Evidence from Sweden. European Financial Management, 1: 287–315. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-036X.1995.tb00021.x
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