A Bibliography of Finance and Investment
- Published: November 15, 1973
- Publisher: The MIT Press
Interest in the study of finance has risen sharply during the past decade, with a consequent increase in the number of published works on the subject. This bibliography provides a classified listing of approximately 3,600 theoretical and empirical studies in the fields of corporate finance and speculative financial markets, most of which have been published in statistical or general economic journals since 1960 and primarily in the United States. Works are listed both by author and by subject, and each subject heading is preceded by a short introduction to the available materials.
Studies are grouped in 150 subject areas under the following main headings: Works of Reference and Anthologies; Securities Markets; Investment Institutions and the Ownership of Securities; Investment Management; Market Indexes and the Return on Equities; The Economy and the Stock Market; The Valuation of Equities; The Behavior of Accounting Numbers and Their Effect on Stock Prices; Decisions under Uncertainty and General Equilibrium Conditions; Portfolio Selection and Capital Asset Pricing Theory; Market Efficiency and the Random Walk Hypothesis; Technical Analysis; Volume and Unusual Market Activity; Performance Measurement; The Accuracy of Forecasts; Sales of Stock and Changes in Issued Capital; Options and Convertible Securities; Interest Rates; Bonds and Preferred Stock; Money Market and International Capital Markets; Other Speculative Markets; Corporate Finance—General; Capital Structure; Dividend Policy; Asset Management; Mergers, Bankruptcies, and Reorganizations; Taxation.