Ted F. Azarmi

University of Tuebingen

Professor

Mohlstrasse 36

D-72074 Tuebingen, 72074

Germany

http://www.azarmi.org/forum

Heilbronn University of Applied Science

Professor

Max-Planck-Str. 39

Heilbronn, BW D-74081

Germany

http://www.hs-heilbronn.de/

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1.

Two-Stage Spinoff Asset Impairment Theory

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 17 Feb 2010 Last Revised: 08 Mar 2012
Ted F. Azarmi and David Marutschke
University of Tuebingen and Soka University, Faculty of Business Administration
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Abstract:

Two-Stage Spinoff, Equity Carve-out, Restructuring, Divestiture, Multi-Dimensional Information Asymmetry, Agency Costs, Stakeholder Conflict

2.

The Impact of CoCo Bonds on Bank Value and Perceived Default Risk: Insights and Evidence from Their Pioneering Use in Europe

Journal of Applied Business Research 31(6), 2297-2306 (2015)
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 15 Nov 2014 Last Revised: 26 Nov 2015
Carolin E. Schmidt and Ted F. Azarmi
University of Tuebingen and University of Tuebingen
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Abstract:

Contingent Convertible Bonds; CoCo Bonds; Bank Value; Default Risk

3.

Star Artists and Herding in Fine Arts’ Market: Theory and Empirical Evidence

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 13 Mar 2013
Ted F. Azarmi and Philipp R. P. Menny
University of Tuebingen and University of Tuebingen
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Abstract:

Art Valuation, Superstars, Herding, Informational Cascades, Fine Art Markets, Information Asymmetry, Talent, Quality, Success, Contemporary Artists

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Two-Stage Spinoff Asset Impairment Theory

29th International Conference of the French Finance Association (AFFI) 2012
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 19 Sep 2012
Ted F. Azarmi and David Marutschke
University of Tuebingen and Soka University, Faculty of Business Administration
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Abstract:

Two-Stage Spinoff, Equity Carve-out, Restructuring, Divestiture, Multi-Dimensional Information Asymmetry, Agency Costs, Stakeholder Conflict