Two Essays on Self Tender Offers
AbstractThis two chapter body of work examines empirical and theoretical aspects of self-tender offers. The first chapter is an empirical study of self-tender offers. This section gives the reader an opportunity to understand some of the simple mechanics and issues regarding self-tender offers in the context of closed-end funds. This section also introduces the reader to the self-tender offer anomaly. The second chapter takes the study of self-tender offers one step further. The second chapter is a theoretical study which seeks to answer questions regarding the self-tender offer anomaly.
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Date of creation: 02 Feb 2005
Date of revision: 30 Nov 2005
tender offers; self tender offers; closed end funds; trading strategies; arbitrage;
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