Browsing by Subject "Dividends"
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ItemA case study of the determinants of the dividend policy of 24 electronic companies listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange(Bangkok : Assumption University, 2009) Meng, Wang
ItemThe propensity to pay dividends : the case of Thai listed firms(Assumption University, 2004) Malinee Ronapat ; Assumption University. Martin de Tours School of Management and EconomicsThis paper investigates the propensity to pay dividends of the listed firms in the developing capital market of Thailand. It adopts similar methodology to Fama and French (2001) and explores the propensity to pay dividends given the particular characteristics of firms. These characteristics include profitability, investment opportunities and size. The findings suggest that the propensity to pay dividends slightly decline in pre-crisis, largely decline during crisis, but is resumed later in post-crisis period.
ItemPropensity to pay dividends and catering incentives in Thailand( 2013) Nopphon TangjitpromThe paper aims to measure the investors' demand for dividends in Thailand and examine whether the demand for dividends could link to the firms' decisions to pay dividends. The positive dividend premiums show that investors in Thailand having the preference towards dividend, even though the dividend incomes could be taxed more heavily than capital gain in Thailand. After controlling the effect of 1997 Asian Crisis, there is the evidence to support the catering theory of dividends.