Online Appendix to 'Liquidity, Information Production, and Debt-Equity Choice'

30 Pages Posted: 3 Mar 2020 Last revised: 6 Jan 2021

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William M. Cheung

University of Macau

Hyun Joong Im

Peking University - HSBC Business School

Thomas H. Noe

University of Oxford - Said Business School; University of Oxford - Balliol College; Bank of Finland; European Corporate Governance Institute

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Date Written: April 1, 2020

Abstract

This appendix comprises four parts. The first part presents proofs of lemmas and propositions. The second part presents some additional robustness tests. The third part reports the results of analyses designed to reconcile our results with a prior empirical study on a closely related issue. The last part provides evidence that the Russell 1000/2000 reconstitution serves as a valid exogenous shock to stock liquidity.

Keywords: Stock liquidity, Debt issuance, Equity issuance, Capital structure

JEL Classification: G12, G32

Suggested Citation

Cheung, William Ming Yan and Im, Hyun Joong and Noe, Thomas H., Online Appendix to 'Liquidity, Information Production, and Debt-Equity Choice' (April 1, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3444867 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3444867

William Ming Yan Cheung

University of Macau ( email )

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Hyun Joong Im (Contact Author)

Peking University - HSBC Business School ( email )

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Thomas H. Noe

University of Oxford - Said Business School ( email )

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