Six Roundtable Discussions of Corporate Finance with Joel Stern

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In this book, well-known corporate financial advisor Joel Stern moderates six roundtable discussions among distinguished investment bankers, corporate executives, and financial economists. Discussions focus on topics of strong current interest: mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, corporate restructuring, capital structure, dividend policy, and investor relations.

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Overview

In this book, well-known corporate financial advisor Joel Stern moderates six roundtable discussions among distinguished investment bankers, corporate executives, and financial economists. Discussions focus on topics of strong current interest: mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, corporate restructuring, capital structure, dividend policy, and investor relations.

In this book, well-known corporate financial advisor Joel Stern moderates six roundtable discussions among distinguished investment bankers, corporate executives, and financial economists. Discussions focus on topics of strong current interest: mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, corporate restructuring, capital structure, dividend policy, and investor relations. The result is a lively, penetrating, and often heated exchange of ideas between theorists and practitioners. Readers will gain access to the thinking of some of America's most distinguished financial economists.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780899301624
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/12/1986
  • Pages: 350
  • Lexile: 1210L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

DONALD H. CHEW, JR., is a Founding Partner of and Director of Publications for Stern Stewart & Company.

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Table of Contents

Participants

Preface by Donald H. Chew, Jr.

Introduction: Mis-Accounting for Value by Joel M. Stern

I. Reaching the "Lead Steers": A Discussion of Corporate Financial Communication

Commentary: How to Communicate with an Efficient Market by Bennett Stewart and David M. Glassman

II. Do Dividends Matter?: A Discussion of Corporate Dividend Policy

Commentary: Why Pay Dividends? by Donald H. Chew, Jr

III. The Market for Corporate Control: A Discussion of Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions

Commentary: How to Value an Acquisition, or Don't Give Away the Store by Joel M. Stern

Commentary: Is Buying Big Bad?: A Review of 1984's Biggest M&A Deals by Timothy M. Koller

IV. The Restructuring of Corporate America: A Discussion of the Reverse Merger Movement

Commentary: Why Restructuring Works by David M. Glassman

Commentary: A Framework for Setting Required Rates of Return by Bennett Stewart

V. The Leveraging of Corporate America: A Discussion of Corporate Capital Structure

Commentary: Some Guidelines for Setting Capital Structure Targets by Bennett Stewart

VI. Giving Executives the Right Incentives: A Discussion of Management Compensation

Commentary: Performance Measurement and Management Incentive Compensation by Bennett Stewart

Index

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