Browsing GSBA: Dissertations by Subject "Dividend policy"
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A firm's performance and its dividend policy (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016);
Dividend smoothing is a well-known empirical phenomenon which is extensively described and analyzed in the financial literature. However, the motivation behind this widespread firm's policy is not totally understood. The signaling approach is one model employed to explain dividend smoothing: managers reduce information asymmetry between firm insiders and other stakeholders by maintaining dividends stable, thus signaling their confidence in the firm's future performance. Nevertheless, results from empirical studies are incomplete and ...
Managerial ability and dividend policy : evidence from U.S. market (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015);
Dividends have long been acknowledged as profit-distributing mechanisms in classical corporate policy and are important in key investment and financial decision-making. Dividends have continued to be famously debated by scholars for almost a century. On various perspectives, many scholars have debated back and forth on their relevancy to firm performance and value.