RAHUL DHUMALE is presently with the Policy and Analysis Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. This book focuses on important issues in relation to emerging markets: corporate governance, corporate finance, financial liberalisation and financial regulation
RAHUL DHUMALE is presently with the Policy and Analysis Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He has previously worked as a consultant with the World Bank, International Labour Organisation, the UNDP, and the International Monetary Fund. from Duke University, MSc. from Oxford University, and a P. from Cambridge University. This book focuses on important issues in relation to emerging markets: corporate governance, corporate finance, financial liberalisation and financial regulation. The significance of these issues has been highlighted by the recent Asian crisis. Dr Dhumale's book is therefore extremely timely.
Excess cash ﬂow: a signal for institutional and corporate governance, by Rahul Dhumale p. c. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Corporations – India – Finance. Factors Affecting the Market for Corporate Control: The Role of Excess Cash, Diversiﬁcation, and Predation during Mergers and Acquisitions . Introduction . Takeover policy in India . Signalling effects of earnings retention and diversiﬁcation on bidder and target returns during acquisition activity .
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In book: Excess Cash Flow, p. 3-81. Cite this publication. They concluded that variations in corporate financing in developing countries have some common characteristics. This chapter examines financing decisions by firms listed on the Mumbai Stock Exchange.
In the study of financing patterns of firms, the environment which determines retention of cash as opposed to paying dividends remains unresolved
In the study of financing patterns of firms, the environment which determines retention of cash as opposed to paying dividends remains unresolved.
FCF is cash ow in excess of that required to fund projects with a positive net present value (NPV). FCF is most likely to be found in mature, cash rich rms with few growth options.
Earnings Management and Corporate Governance in Nigeria. may not necessarily mean that financial statements are free from manipulation.
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