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Has the Introduction of Bookbuilding Increased the Efficiency of International IPOs?

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By 1999, close to 80% of non-US IPOs were marketed using bookbuilding methods. We study whether the recent introduction of this technology by US banks and their inclusion in non-US IPO syndicates has promoted efficiency in primary equity markets. We analyse both direct and indirect costs (associated with underpricing) using a unique dataset containing information on 2,051 initial public offerings in 61 non-US markets during the period 1992-1999. The direct costs of bookbuilding are typically ...

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Tim Jenkinson More by this author
Alexander P Ljungqvist More by this author
William J Jr More by this author
Volume:
2484
Publication date:
2000
URN:
uuid:2f1c1386-9801-4e5c-a195-ae0d35825418
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:11580
Language:
English

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