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The Dynamic Market-Derived Capital Pricing Model: Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Analysis


Chawki Mouelhi


University of Quebec at Rimouski - Department of Management Sciences

Jacques Saint-Pierre


Laval University

May 1, 2014


Abstract:     
In this paper we propose a dynamic version of the Market-Derived Capital Pricing Model (MCPM) of McNulty, Yeh, Schulze and Lubatkin (2002). By introducing the competitive advantage period “CAP” in the algorithm of this model, we develop the Dynamic Market-Derived Capital Pricing Model (DMCPM). The economic theoretical foundation of the DMCPM is based on the competitive economic equilibrium concept. A sample of 80 U.S. firms and cross section data are used in the empirical analysis. We compare the cost of capital estimation results from the DMCPM with those from the CAPM. Also, we test the explanatory power of the marginal return to cost of capital ratio from the DMCPM compared to that from the CAPM. The results of difference tests, Cox tests and J tests of Davidson and MacKinnon (1981) show the relevance of the estimated cost of capital from the DMCPM.

Keywords: cost of equity, cost of captal, capital asset pricing model

JEL Classification: G12, G30, C52

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Date posted: May 3, 2014  

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Mouelhi, Chawki and Saint-Pierre, Jacques, The Dynamic Market-Derived Capital Pricing Model: Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Analysis (May 1, 2014). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2431750 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2431750

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Chawki Mouelhi
University of Quebec at Rimouski - Department of Management Sciences ( email )
Rimouski, Quebec G5L 3A1
Canada
Jacques Saint-Pierre (Contact Author)
Laval University ( email )
School of Business
Palasis-Prince Building
Quebec, Quebec G1K 7P4
Canada
418-656-2499 (Phone)
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