Paul D. Childs

University of Kentucky

College of Business & Economics

Lexington, KY 40506-0034

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

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Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

Managerial Discretion, Agency Costs, and Capital Structure

Number of pages: 52 Posted: 25 Mar 2008
Paul D. Childs and David C. Mauer
University of Kentucky and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Agency Costs of Equity, Agency Costs of Debt, Managerial Compensation, Corporate Investment Policies, Optimal Capital Structure

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Effects of Noise on Optimal Exercise Decisions: The Case of Risky Debt Secured by Renewable Lease Income

Posted: 25 Oct 2003
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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noise, real options, debt contracting, leases

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Valuation and Information Acquisition Policy for Claims Written on Noisy Real Assets

Financial Management, Vol. 30, Issue 2 Summer 2001
Posted: 09 Nov 2001
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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Investment Decisions for Mutually Exclusive Projects: An Options Framework

Posted: 24 Aug 1998
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business SchoolUniversity of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business

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Capital Budgeting for Interrelated Projects: A Real Options Approach

Posted: 06 Aug 1998
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business SchoolUniversity of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business

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Mixed-Uses and the Redevelopment Option

REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS, Vol. 24 No 3
Posted: 28 Apr 1998
University of Kentucky, University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics and Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business SchoolUniversity of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business

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Bias in Empirical Approach to Determining Bond and Mortgage Risk Premiums

J. OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE AND ECONOMICS, Vol. 14 No. 3
Posted: 14 Mar 1997
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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Incomplete Information, Exercise Policy, and the Valuation of Claims on Noisy Real Assets

Posted: 10 Jan 1997
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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The Pricing of Multi-Class Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities

J. OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, December 1996
Posted: 28 Mar 1997
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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The Pricing of Multi-Class Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities

Posted: 11 Aug 1995
Paul D. Childs, Steven H. Ott and Timothy J. Riddiough
University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte - Department of Finance & Business Law and University of Wisconsin - School of Business - Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

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