Monetary economics, Market power, Equity, Shareholder and Financial economics are his primary areas of study. His Monetary economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Systematic risk, Leverage and Debt. His studies deal with areas such as Market share, Commission, Divestment and Law and economics as well as Market power.
His Equity study focuses on Seasoned equity offering in particular. His study looks at the intersection of Seasoned equity offering and topics like Adverse selection with Information asymmetry. He has included themes like Control, Law enforcement and Manufacturing in his Shareholder study.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Shareholder, Microeconomics, Financial economics and Equity. His work on Initial public offering as part of general Monetary economics study is frequently connected to Large sample, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Shareholder research includes themes of Information asymmetry and Enterprise value, Accounting.
B. Espen Eckbo combines subjects such as Payment and Negotiation with his study of Microeconomics. His research in Equity intersects with topics in Issuer, Underwriting, Profitability index and Common stock. As a part of the same scientific family, B. Espen Eckbo mostly works in the field of Underwriting, focusing on Public offering and, on occasion, Market reaction.
B. Espen Eckbo mostly deals with Monetary economics, Microeconomics, Payment, Cash and Adverse selection. The study incorporates disciplines such as Profitability index, Senior debt, Leverage, Financial economics and Stock exchange in addition to Monetary economics. His Microeconomics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shareholder, Enterprise value, Valuation and Mandate.
His Payment study combines topics in areas such as Competition and Debtor. His Cash research integrates issues from Tender offer, Opportunism, Bidding, Ask price and Common value auction. His Opportunism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Information asymmetry and Capital structure.
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Horizontal mergers, collusion, and stockholder wealth
Journal of Financial Economics (1983)
Seasoned public offerings: Resolution of the "new issues puzzle"
B.Espen Eckbo;Ronald W. Masulis;Øyvind Norli.
Journal of Financial Economics (2000)
Valuation effects of corporate debt offerings
Journal of Financial Economics (1986)
Asymmetric Information and the Medium of Exchange in Takeovers: Theory and Tests
B. Espen Eckbo;Ronald M. Giammarino;Robert L. Heinkel.
Review of Financial Studies (1990)
Adverse selection and the rights offer paradox
B.Espen Eckbo;Ronald W. Masulis.
Journal of Financial Economics (1992)
Gains to Bidder Firms Revisited: Domestic and Foreign Acquisitions in Canada
B. Espen Eckbo;Karin S. Thorburn.
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2000)
Toeholds, Bid Jumps, and Expected Payoffs in Takeovers
Sandra Betton;B. Espen Eckbo.
Review of Financial Studies (2000)
Mergers and the Market Concentration Doctrine: Evidence from the Capital Market
B. Espen Eckbo.
The Journal of Business (1985)
Merger Negotiations and the Toehold Puzzle
Sandra Betton;B. Espen Eckbo;Karin S. Thorburn.
Journal of Financial Economics (2008)
Antimerger Policy under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act: A Reexamination of the Market Power Hypothesis
B. Espen Eckbo;Peggy Wier.
The Journal of Law and Economics (1985)
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