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Identifying and Attracting the "right" Investors: Evidence on the Behavior of Institutional Investors

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This article summarizes the findings of research the author has conducted over the past seven years that aims to answer a number of questions about institutional investors: Are there significant differences among institutional investors in time horizon and other trading practices that would enable such investors to be classified into types on the basis of their observable behavior? Assuming the answer to the first is yes, do corporate managers respond differently to the pressures created by different types of investors- and, by implication, are certain kinds of investors more desirable from corporate management's point of view? What kinds of companies tend to attract each type of investor, and how does a company's disclosure policy affect that process? 2004 Morgan Stanley.

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  • Brian Bushee, 2004. "Identifying and Attracting the "right" Investors: Evidence on the Behavior of Institutional Investors," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Morgan Stanley, vol. 16(4), pages 28-35.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:jacrfn:v:16:y:2004:i:4:p:28-35
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