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Author:Bharat A. Jain , Barin N. Nag
Data Source:[J].Annals of Operations Research(IF 1.029), 1998, Vol.78, pp.83-110Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The prediction of long-run operating performance of new ventures, known as Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), represents a challenging decision problem. Factors adding to the complexity of the problem include asymmetrically informed agents, incentive problems, and inab...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Janet Stern Solomon
Data Source:[J].Information & Management(IF 1.663), 2000, Vol.37 (4), pp.161-168Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Prior research has indicated that groups using Negotiation Support Systems (NSS) achieve better outcomes than face-to-face groups. However, these studies indicate that the main source of value added is provided by the Decision Support System (DSS) component, with ver...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Barin N. Nag
Data Source:[J].European Journal of Operational Research(IF 2.038), 1996, Vol.90 (3), pp.473-486Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The decision to invest in new ventures is characterized by incomplete information, where some measures of firm performance are quantitative, while some others are substituted by qualitative indicators. Qualitative attributes are defined in a relative sense. We develo...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Barin N. Nag
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Information Systems(IF 1.262), 1997, Vol.14 (2), pp.201-216Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Abstract:(#br)Recently, promising results with neural networks have been reported for two-group classification problems such as bankruptcy prediction and thrift failures. Such applications are usually characterized by unequal frequencies of the two states of interest. This create...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Joanne Li , Yingying Shao
Data Source:[J].Journal of Banking and Finance, 2013, Vol.37 (6), pp.2052-2068Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study evaluates the link between CEO governance heterogeneity, power structure of the firm, and product market competition on various facets of post-IPO cash policy. Our results suggest that post-IPO cash holdings as well as marginal value of cash reserves are h...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Yingying Shao
Data Source:[J].Corporate Governance: An International Review, 2015, Vol.23 (5), pp.452-468Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Manuscript Type(#br)Empirical(#br)Research Question/Issue(#br)Using agency theory and socioemotional wealth perspective as the theoretical framework, we evaluate the extent to which financing choices subsequent to going public and their economic consequences dif...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Omesh Kini , Jaideep Shenoy
Data Source:[J].Journal of Financial Economics, 2011, Vol.100 (3), pp.594-615Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Using a product markets perspective to investigate the decision to vertically disintegrate, we find that vertical divestitures are more likely in response to positive industry demand shocks, favorable industry financing conditions, and lower parent firm relative prod...
Author:Bharat A. Jain , Chander Shekhar , Violet Torbey
Data Source:[J].Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2009, Vol.49 (4), pp.1275-1297Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study evaluates the economics of the choice of form of payout initiation mechanism adopted by IPO firms. Our results suggest that IPO firms demonstrate a preference for repurchases over dividends as the specific form of payout initiation mechanism. We however, f...

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