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The two main anomalies characterizing Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
in Europe, initial underpricing and long run underperformance, are analyzed using a
sample of 437 IPOs over the period 1997–2011. The paper focuses on three highly
developed European countries (Italy, France and Germany), and...
Most countries compete for investments from abroad, whether the
investment is made directly in the form of new ventures or indirectly through the
shares of existing firms that are publicly traded. Both higher returns and lower
volatility can attract a higher market share of global stock...
Just as mainstream economics neglects the biophysical basis of
production and disregards energy as the most fundamental input, it likewise ignores
the existence of the public economy. Both types of denialism threaten the ability of
societies to develop energy solutions that can meet the needs of...
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