Evaluating the Impact of Securities Regulation on Venture Capital Markets

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Report providing a detailed and analytical assessment of the economic techniques used by researchers to evaluate the efficiency of capital markets. The application of these techniques to that portion of the capital market which supplies venture funds to small, technology-based firms is emphasized. The primary elements of such analysis are the "efficient market ' hypothesis" and the "capital asset pricing model." The empirical analogue of the latter is commonly referred to as the market model."

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iv, 38 p.

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Barth, James R.; Cordes, Joseph J. & Tassey, Gregory June 1980.

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Report providing a detailed and analytical assessment of the economic techniques used by researchers to evaluate the efficiency of capital markets. The application of these techniques to that portion of the capital market which supplies venture funds to small, technology-based firms is emphasized. The primary elements of such analysis are the "efficient market ' hypothesis" and the "capital asset pricing model." The empirical analogue of the latter is commonly referred to as the market model."

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Barth, James R.; Cordes, Joseph J. & Tassey, Gregory. Evaluating the Impact of Securities Regulation on Venture Capital Markets, report, June 1980; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc70425/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.