PRICE DISCOUNT ON NEW EQUITY ISSUES IN THE UK AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO INVESTOR SUBSCRIPTION IN THE PERIOD 1965–75

PRICE DISCOUNT ON NEW EQUITY ISSUES IN THE UK AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO INVESTOR SUBSCRIPTION IN THE PERIOD 1965–75

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  • R. Buckland,

    1. R. Buckland is a lecturer and Dr. K.A. Yeomans is Senior Lecturer at the University of Aston Management Centre. P.J. Herbert is a lecturer at the Administrative Staff College, Henley-upon-Thames. The authors gratefully acknowledge an SSRC grant from 1972–74 for a project „The Financial Structure in Operation” at the Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge, and at the University of Aston in Birmingham. Additional funds were also made available by the SSRC for graduate work at York University by R. Buckland and by the University of Aston Management Centre. The authors also acknowledge the useful comments of an anonymous referee.
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  • P.J. Herbert,

    1. R. Buckland is a lecturer and Dr. K.A. Yeomans is Senior Lecturer at the University of Aston Management Centre. P.J. Herbert is a lecturer at the Administrative Staff College, Henley-upon-Thames. The authors gratefully acknowledge an SSRC grant from 1972–74 for a project „The Financial Structure in Operation” at the Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge, and at the University of Aston in Birmingham. Additional funds were also made available by the SSRC for graduate work at York University by R. Buckland and by the University of Aston Management Centre. The authors also acknowledge the useful comments of an anonymous referee.
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  • K.A. Yeomans

    1. R. Buckland is a lecturer and Dr. K.A. Yeomans is Senior Lecturer at the University of Aston Management Centre. P.J. Herbert is a lecturer at the Administrative Staff College, Henley-upon-Thames. The authors gratefully acknowledge an SSRC grant from 1972–74 for a project „The Financial Structure in Operation” at the Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge, and at the University of Aston in Birmingham. Additional funds were also made available by the SSRC for graduate work at York University by R. Buckland and by the University of Aston Management Centre. The authors also acknowledge the useful comments of an anonymous referee.
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