Igor Osobov

Georgia State University, Department of Finance

Visiting Assistant Professor

35 Broad St. 12th Fl

Atlanta, GA 30303

United States

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Why Do Firms Pay Dividends? International Evidence on the Determinants of Dividend Policy

Number of pages: 52 Posted: 04 Mar 2006
Igor Osobov and David J. Denis
Georgia State University, Department of Finance and University of Pittsburgh
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Citation 56

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dividends, dividend policy, payout policy, disappearing dividends, earned equity, catering

2.

Disappearing Dividends, Catering Incentives and Agency Costs: International Evidence

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 16 Aug 2005
Igor Osobov and David J. Denis
Georgia State University, Department of Finance and University of Pittsburgh
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Citation 6

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Dividends, dividend policy, payout policy, disappearing dividends, catering, agency

Managerial Actions in Response to a Market Downturn: Valuation Effects of Name Changes in the Dot.com Decline

Purdue University Working Paper
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 28 Mar 2003
Georgia Institute of Technology - Finance Area, University of Utah - David Eccles School of Business, Wake Forest University, School of Business, University of Cambridge and Georgia State University, Department of Finance
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Citation 20

Abstract:

Behavioral Finance, Dotcom bubble, Managerial Timing, Gaming Behavior, Market Efficiency, Anomalies, Name Changes

Managerial Actions in Response to a Market Downturn: Valuation Effects of Name Changes in the dot.com Decline

Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2, pp. 319-335, 2005
Posted: 09 Apr 2004
Georgia Institute of Technology - Finance Area, University of Utah - David Eccles School of Business, Wake Forest University, School of Business, University of Cambridge and Georgia State University, Department of Finance

Abstract:

Behavioral finance, market efficiency, dotcom firms