Kojo Menyah

London Metropolitan University - Department of Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems (ABFS)

84 Moorgate

London EC2M 6SQ

United Kingdom

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IPO Decisions and the Costs of Going Public

EFMA 2002 London Meetings
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 16 Mar 2002
Kojo Menyah and Krishna Paudyal
London Metropolitan University - Department of Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems (ABFS) and Independent
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Impact of Irreversibility and Uncertainty on the Timing of Infrastructure Projects

Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, p. 331, March 2013
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 10 Mar 2013
Phuong Doan and Kojo Menyah
University of Cambridge and London Metropolitan University - Department of Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems (ABFS)
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Toll road, Real option, Binomial lattice model, Deferral option

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Issuer-Oriented Underpricing Costs in Initial Public Offers: Evidence from Hong Kong

Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 12, pp. 897-905, 2006
Posted: 14 May 2009
Jeffery Leung and Kojo Menyah
JDL Holdings Ltd and London Metropolitan University - Department of Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems (ABFS)

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Initial public offers, issuer underpricing, interest on application funds, fixed-price IPOs

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Return Predictability in African Stock Markets

Review of Financial Economics, Vol. 12, pp. 247-270, 2003
Posted: 04 Jun 2003 Last Revised: 14 May 2009
Joe Appiah-Kusi and Kojo Menyah
Africa Financial Research Centre Ltd. and London Metropolitan University - Department of Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems (ABFS)

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African Stock Markets, weak-form efficiency, non-linearity, EGARCH-M