Finance, Shareholder, Monetary economics, Small business and Insider are his primary areas of study. His research in the fields of Capital structure overlaps with other disciplines such as Organizational form. His study looks at the intersection of Shareholder and topics like Sample with Matching.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mergers and acquisitions and Payment. His Small business research includes themes of Estate tax, Transaction cost and Industrial organization. His Agency cost research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Executive compensation, Dividend policy and Principal–agent problem.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Finance, Monetary economics, Financial economics, Shareholder and Accounting. James S. Ang has researched Finance in several fields, including Capital adequacy ratio and Capital budgeting, Investment. His Monetary economics study also includes
His work in Financial economics covers topics such as Econometrics which are related to areas like Event study. His Shareholder research includes themes of Sample, Payment and Equity. His Executive compensation research includes elements of Actuarial science and Labour economics.
His primary areas of study are Monetary economics, Finance, Mergers and acquisitions, Corporate finance and Corporate governance. The Monetary economics study combines topics in areas such as Shareholder, Stock market, Capital structure, Debt and Common stock. His research investigates the connection with Finance and areas like Investment which intersect with concerns in Portfolio, Financial economics and External debt.
His Mergers and acquisitions study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stock price and Empirical research. His Corporate finance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Information asymmetry, Management science, Exploit and Process. His research integrates issues of Enterprise value, Accounting and Robustness in his study of Corporate governance.
His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Finance, Divestment, Monetary economics and Investment. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Dividend, Listing, Business ethics and Scale. His work often combines Finance and Ex-ante studies.
He interconnects Private equity, Marketing and Agency cost in the investigation of issues within Divestment. His studies in Monetary economics integrate themes in fields like Mergers and acquisitions and Stock price. He combines subjects such as External debt and Market timing with his study of Investment.
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Agency Costs and Ownership Structure
James S. Ang;Rebel A. Cole;James Wuh Lin.
Journal of Finance (2000)
The Administrative Costs of Corporate Bankruptcy: A Note
James S. Ang;Jess H. Chua;John J. Mcconnell.
Journal of Finance (1982)
Small Business Uniqueness and the Theory of Financial Management
James S. Ang.
The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (1991)
On the Theory of Finance for Privately Held Firms
James S. Ang.
The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (1992)
DIRECT EVIDENCE ON THE MARKET-DRIVEN ACQUISITION THEORY
James S. Ang;Yingmei Cheng.
Journal of Financial Research (2006)
The Leasing Puzzle
James Ang;Pamela P. Peterson.
Journal of Finance (1984)
Government ownership and the performance of government-linked companies: The case of Singapore
James S. Ang;David K. Ding.
Journal of Multinational Financial Management (2006)
Direct Evidence on the Market-Driven Acquisitions Theory
James S. Ang;Yingmei Cheng.
Social Science Research Network (2003)
Earnouts in Mergers: Agreeing to Disagree and Agreeing to Stay
Ninon Kohers;James Ang.
The Journal of Business (2000)
The underwriting experience of commercial bank affiliates prior to the Glass-Steagall Act: A reexamination of evidence for passage of the act
James S. Ang;Terry Richardson.
Journal of Banking and Finance (1994)
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