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Number of items: 54.

A

Acharya, V (2002) Is the international convergence of capital adequacy regulation desirable? Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Acharya, V et al (2002) When does strategic debt service matter? Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Acharya, V and Bisin, A (2002) Managerial hedging and equity ownership. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Affuso, L, Angeriz, A and Pollitt, M. (2002) Measuring the efficiency of Britain's privatised train operating companies. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Affuso, L and Newbury, D (2002) Investment, reprocurement and franchise contract length in the British railway industy. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Agarwal, C and Naik, N (2002) Risks and portfolio decisions involving hedge funds. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Hedge Fund Research and Education Working Paper.

Agarwal, V and Naik, N (2002) Risks and portfolio decisions involving hedge funds. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Altinger, Laura (2002) Monetary policy reaction functions in transition economies acceding to the EU. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

B

Barwise, TP, Brodin, K and Canhoto, A (2002) UK consumer responses to iDTV report. Working Paper. London Business School -.

Bhaumik, S K and Dimova, R (2002) How important is ownership in a market with level playing field? The Indian banking sector revisited. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Birkinshaw, J (2002) Art of Swedish management. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Birkinshaw, J (2002) When corporate entrepreneurship goes too far. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Birkinshaw, J and Sheehan, T (2002) Managing the knowledge lifecycle. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

Brunnermeier, M K and Nagel, S (2002) Arbitrage at its Limits: Hedge Funds and the Technology Bubble. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Hedge Fund Research and Education Working Paper.

Butler, M, Kraft, A and Weiss, I S (2002) Effect of reporting frequency on the timeliness of earnings: the cases of voluntary and mandatory interim reports. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

D

Dimson, E, Nagel, S and Quigley, G (2002) Value versus growth in the UK stock market, 1955-2000. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Domah, P, Pollitt, M and Stern, J (2002) Modelling the costs of electricity: evidence of human resource constraints in developing countires. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Domah, P, Pollitt, M and Stern, J (2002) Modelling the costs of energy regulation: evidence of human resource constraints in developing. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Dow, J and Raposo, C (2002) Active agents, passive principals: does high-powered CEO compensation really improve incentives? Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Dreze, X, Nisol, P and Vilcassim, N (2002) Do promotions increase store expenditures?: a descriptive study of household shopping behavior. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Marketing Working Paper.

E

Earl, M J (2002) Integrating Business and IT Strategy. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for the Networked Economy Working Paper.

Estrin, S and Bhaumik, S K (2002) Why transition paths differ: Russian and Chinese enterprise performance compared. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

F

Florou, A (2002) Top Director Shake-Up: The Link Between Chairman and CEO Dismissal. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

G

Giannitsarou, Chryssi (2002) Macroeconomic dynamics and adaptive learning. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

H

Higson, C J et al. (2002) Macro economic instability and business exit: determinants of failures and acquisitions of large UK firms. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

Higson, C J, Holly, S and Platis, S (2002) Modelling aggregate UK merger and acquisition activity. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

I

Imbs, J (2002) Why the link between volatility and growth is both positive and negative. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for the Networked Economy Working Paper.

J

Jackson, A and Johnson, T (2002) Unifying underreaction anomalies. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Johnson, T (2002) Optimal learning and new technology bubbles. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

K

Keloharju, M, Nyborg, K Y and Rydqvist, K (2002) Strategic Behavior and Underpricing in Uniform Price Auctions: Evidence from Finnish Treasury Auctions. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

Kernohan, David (2002) Empirical models of trade, direct investment and growth in developed economies. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Kirillova, Svetlana (2002) Revision of cognitive structure of the parent brand in response to brand extensions: the role of algebraic and thoughtful piecemeal processing. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Klein, J G and Smith, N C (2002) Forewarning and debriefing as remedies to deception in consumer research: an empirical study. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Marketing Working Paper.

Klein, J G and Smith, N C (2002) Moral dilemmas and market research: remedial measures to mitigate the deception of respondents in market research. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Marketing Working Paper.

L

Loranth, G and Arping, S (2002) Corporate leverage and product differentiation strategy. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Loranth, G and Sciubba, E (2002) Relative performance, risk and entry in the mutual fund industry. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

M

Merrik, Jr J J, Naik, N and Yadav, P K (2002) Strategic trading behavior and price distortion in a manipulated market: an anatomy of a squeeze. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Hedge Fund Research and Education Working Paper.

N

Nyborg, K G and Kremer, I (2002) Underpricing and Market Power in Uniform Price Auctions. Working Paper. London Business School IFA Working Paper.

O

Oswald, D and Young, S (2002) What role taxes and regulation?: a second look at open market share repurchase activity in the United Kingdom. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

Oswald, D and Young, S (2002) Why do firms buyback their shares?: an analysis of open market share reacquisitions by U.K. firms. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

P

Pelizzon, Loriana (2002) Bank portfolio management and regulatory policies. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Puranam, P, Powell, B and Singh, H (2002) When closing the deal is bad news: why due diligence might fail. Working Paper. London Business School Strategic and International Management Working Paper.

S

Smith, N C, Klein, J G and Kimmel, A J (2002) Ethics of deception in consumer research. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for Marketing Working Paper.

Stern, J and Trillas, F (2002) Regulation of telecom: what works & why? lessons from independent central bank. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Stern, J and Turvey, R (2002) Auctions of capacity in network industries. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

T

Tamayo, A M (2002) Stock return predictability, conditional asset pricing models and portfolio selection. Working Paper. London Business School Accounting Working Paper.

Tang, V and Upton, N (2002) Managing the Risks of E-Business: Part II. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for the Networked Economy Working Paper.

Tian, L (2002) Debt governance, bank capture and soft budget constraints. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Tian, L (2002) Excessive IPO pricing, the government issuer and the floatation time game. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for New and Emerging Markets Discussion Paper Series.

Toxvaerd, Flavio (2002) Studies in the dynamics of contracts and markets. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Turvey, R (2002) Infrastructure access pricing and lumpy investments. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Turvey, R (2002) Price control of distribution networks. Working Paper. London Business School Regulation Initiative Working Paper Series.

Y

Yip, G (2002) An Industry Explanation of Global Account Management. Working Paper. London Business School Centre for the Networked Economy Working Paper.

Z

Zaleska, K J, Gratton, LC and de, Menezes L M (2002) Sources of development and mobility: an empirical test of the boundaryless career concept. Working Paper. London Business School COR Working Paper.

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