SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Admati, A., P. Pfleiderer and J. Zechner (1994), ‘Large Shareholder Activism, Risk Sharing, and Financial Market Equilibrium’, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 102, pp. 1097130.
  • Basak, S. and A. Pavlova (2004), ‘Monopoly Power and the Firm's Valuation: A Dynamic Analysis of Short versus Long-Term Policies’, Economic Theory, Vol. 24, pp. 50330.
  • Ben Dor, A. (2003), ‘The Determinants of Secondary Shares Sales in Initial Public Offerings: An Empirical Analysis’, Mimeo ( Department of Finance, Kellogg School of Management ).
  • Berry, T., P. Fields and M. Wilkins (2006), ‘The Interaction Among Multiple Governance Mechanisms in Young Public Firms’, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 12, pp. 44966.
  • Brav, A. and P. A. Gompers (2003), ‘The Role of Lockups in Initial Public Offerings’, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 16, pp. 129.
  • Brennan, M. and J. Franks (1997), ‘Underpricing, Ownership and Control in Initial Public Offerings of Equity Securities in the UK’, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 45, pp. 391413.
  • Chemmanur, T. J. (1993), ‘The Pricing of Initial Public Offerings: A Dynamic Model with Information Production’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 48, pp. 285304.
  • Chemmanur, T. J. and P. Fulghieri (1999), ‘A Theory of the Going-Public Decision’, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 24979.
  • DeMarzo, P. and B. Uroševic (2006), ‘Ownership Dynamics and Asset Pricing with a Large Shareholder’, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 114, pp. 774815.
  • Ellingson, T. and K. Rydqvist (1997), ‘The Stock Market as a Screening Device and the Decision to Go Public’, Mimeo ( Stockholm School of Economics ).
  • Gompers, P. (1996), ‘Grandstanding in the Venture Capital Industry’, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 43, pp. 13356.
  • Grinblatt, M. and C. Y. Hwang (1989), ‘Signaling and the Pricing of New Issues’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 293420.
  • Harjoto, M. and J. Garen (2005), ‘Inside Ownership Beyond the IPO: The Evolution of Corporate Ownership Concentration’, Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 11, pp. 66179.
  • Helwege, J. and F. Packer (2003), ‘The Decision to Go Public: Evidence from Mandatory SEC Filings of Private Firms’, Mimeo ( Ohio University ).
  • Hörner, J. and M. Kamien (2004), ‘Coase and Hotelling: A Meeting of the Minds’, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 112, pp. 71823.
  • Kahl, M., J. Liu and F. A. Longstaff (2003), ‘Paper Millionaires: How Valuable is Stock to a Stockholder Who is Restricted from Selling It Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 67, pp. 385410.
  • Kihlstrom, R. (1998), ‘Monopoly Power in Dynamic Security Markets’, Working Paper ( Wharton School of Business ).
  • Kocherlakota, N. R. (1998), ‘The Effects of Moral Hazard on Asset Prices When Financial Markets are Complete’, Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 41, pp. 3956.
  • Magill, M. and M. Quinzii (2002), ‘Capital Market Equilibrium with Moral Hazard’, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Vol. 38, pp. 14990.
  • Maksimovic, V. and P. Pichler (2001), ‘Technological Innovation and Initial Public Offerings’, Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 14, pp. 45994.
  • Megginson, W., R. Nash, J. Netter and A. Poulson (2004), ‘The Choice of Private Versus Public Capital Markets: Evidence from Privatizations’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 59, pp. 283570.
  • Mello, A. S. and J. E. Parsons (1998), ‘Going Public and the Ownership Structure of the Firm’, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 49, pp. 79109.
  • Meulbroek, L. (2000), ‘Does Risk Matter? Corporate Insider Transactions in Internet-Based Firms’, Harvard Business School Working Paper 00-062).
  • Mikkelson, W. H., M. M. Partch and K. Shah (1997), ‘Ownership and Operating Performance of Companies That Go Public’, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 44, pp. 281307.
  • Pagano, M., F. Panetta and L. Zingales (1998), ‘Why Do Companies Go Public? An Empirical Analysis’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 53, pp. 2764.
  • Rydqvist, K. and K. Högholm (1995), ‘Going Public in the 1980s: Evidence from Sweden’, European Financial Management, Vol. 1, pp. 287315.
  • Stoughton, N. M. and J. Zechner (1998), ‘IPO-Mechanisms, Monitoring and Ownership Structure’, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 49, pp. 4577.
  • Subrahmanyam, A. and S. Titman (1999), ‘The Going Public Decision and the Development of Financial Markets’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 54, pp. 104582.
  • Welch, I. (1989), ‘Seasoned Offerings, Imitation Costs, and the Underpricing of Initial Public Offerings’, Journal of Finance, Vol. 44, pp. 42149.
  • Yung, C. and J. Zender (2006), ‘The Design of IPO Lockups’, Mimeo ( University of Colorado ).
  • Zingales, L. (1995), ‘Insider Ownership and the Decision to Go Public’, Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 62, pp. 42548.