Comment utiliser l'intégration fiscale pour racheter une entreprise


Les Petites Affiches

28 mai 1993, n°64

Départements : Droit et fiscalité

Competitive Equilibria Without Free Disposal or Nonsatiation


Journal of Mathematical Economics

1993, n°22

Départements : Finance

Cournot Competition, Forward Markets and Efficiency

B. ALLAZ, J. Vila

Journal of Economic Theory

février 1993, vol. 59, n°1, pp.1-16

Départements : Finance, GREGHEC (CNRS)

We build a model with two Cournot duopolists who produce at Time 0 wich is the date at which all demand is realized. N periods before time 0, the duopolists trade on a forward market for delivery at Time 0. Having made these contracts, they trade again at time ( ? N + 1) for delivery at Time 0. etc. We show that, in equilibrium, each of them will sell forward which makes them worse off and makes consumers better off than if the forward market did not exist. When N, the number of forward trading periods prior to production, tends to infinity, the outcome tends to the competitive solution

Cross-border alliances of French banks in Europe

B. MAROIS, O. Matuchansky

Bank Archiv, Vienne

1993, n°5, pp.327-335

Départements : Finance

Currency hedging and Siegel's paradox: on black's universal hedging rule


Review of International Economics

juin 1993, vol. 1, n°2, pp.180-187

Départements : Finance

Currency Option Pricing within a Credible Target Zone

L. Jennergren, B. Naslund, B. DUMAS

Review of Futures Markets

1993, n°12, pp.323-346

Départements : Finance

Decision Makers, Decision Aids and Decision Making Effort: An Experimental Investigation


INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research

mai 1993, vol. 31, n°2, pp.80-100

Départements : Informations Systems and Operations Management

This paper reports the results of two laboratory experiments designed to assess the impact of decision aid use on effort expenditures by decision makers. The traditional assumption in the decision support systems (DSS) literature is that if decision makers are provided with expanded processing capabilities they will use them to analyze problems in more depth and as a result make better decisions. Empirical studies investigating the relationship between DSS and decision quality have not borne this out. The explanation for such outcomes could be found in behavioral decision making theories. The literature on behavioral decision making indicates that the conservation of effort may be more important than increased decision quality in some cases. If this is so, then the use of a decision aid may result in effort savings but not improved decision performance. The two experiments reported here compare the information processing effort expended by users of a decision aid designed to support preferential choice problems to unaided decision makers. Effort is measured by deriving information use and processing measures from concurrent verbal protocols. The results support the concept of effort minimization. Total information use did not increase with the availability of the decision aid, rather the decision aid was used in such a way as to replace, rather than augment, decision maker effort. In the various aided conditions, the decision aid accounted for from 25-40% of the total information processed by the decision maker. The results further indicate that the impact of the decision aid is more pronounced in task settings with a larger number of alternatives to choose from. The implications of these results are discussed in the context of both DSS research and design

Diffusion coefficient estimation and asset pricing when risk premia and sensitivities are time varying

R. Elliott, D. Madan, H. Yang, M. CHESNEY

Mathematical Finance

avril 1993, vol. 3, n°2, pp.85-99

Départements : Finance

English Department Reforms at the Hautes Etudes Commerciales: Entrering the Nineties


Association of Departments of Foreign Languages Bulletin

printemps 1993, vol. 24, n°3

Départements : Langues et Cultures

Evolution d'un système d'information de gestion : un exemple


Revue Française de Comptabilité

février 1993, n°242, pp.56-60

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion