Financial Analysis and the Predictability of Important Economic Events

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Beaver, William, and James Manegold. ‘‘The Association between Market-Determined and Accounting-Determined Measures of Systematic Risk: Some Further Evidence.’’ Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (June, 1975), pp. 231–284.

Beaver, W., P. Kettler, and M. Scholes. ‘‘The Association between Market-Determined and Accounting-Determined Risk Measures.’’ Accounting Review (October, 1970), pp. 654–682.

Belkaoui, Ahmed. ‘‘Canadian Evidence of Heteroscedasticity in the Market Model.’’ Journal of Finance (September, 1997).

Belkaoui, Ahmed. ‘‘The Market Model Applied to Canadian Common Stocks: Some Empirical Evidence.’’ Working Paper 76–20, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Ottawa.

Bildersee, John S. ‘‘Market-Determined and Alternative Measures of Risk.’’ Accounting Review (January, 1975), pp. 31–98.

Breen, William J., and Eugene M. Lerner. ‘‘Corporate Financial Strategies and Market Measures of Risk and Return.’’ Journal of Finance (May, 1973), pp. 339–351.

Derstine, Robert P., and Ronald J. Huefner. ‘‘LIFO-FIFO, Accounting Ratios and Market Risk.’’ Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn, 1974), pp. 216–234.

Dixon, W. J., ed. Biomedical Computer Programs. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1974, pp. 255–264.

Falk, H., and L. A. Gordon. ‘‘The Relationship between Accounting Industry Risk Measurement and Industrial Betas.’’ Proceedings of the Canadian Association of Administrative Sciences, produced by the School of Business, Queen’s University at Kingston, 1976, Section 2–50.

Fama, E. F. ‘‘Efficient Capital Market: A Review of Theory and Empirical Work.’’ Journal of Finance (May, 1970), pp. 383–417.

Fama, Eugene F. ‘‘Risk, Return and Equilibrium: Some Clarifying Comments.’’ Journal of Finance (March, 1968), pp. 312–322.

Francis, J. C. ‘‘Skewness and Investor Decisions.’’ Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (March, 1975), pp. 215–232.

Gonedes, Nicholas J. ‘‘Evidence on the Information Content of Accounting Numbers: Accounting-Based and Market-Based Estimates of Systematic Risk.’’ Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (June, 1973), pp. 407–443.

Hamada, Robert S. ‘‘The Effect of the Firm’s Capital Structure on the Systematic Risk of Common Stocks.’’ Journal of Finance (May, 1972), pp. 435–452.

Logue, Dennis E., and Larry J. Merville. ‘‘Corporate Financial Strategies and Market Measures of Risk and Return.’’ Journal of Finance (May, 1973), pp. 339–351.

Lintner, John. ‘‘The Valuation of the Risk Assets and the Selection of Risky Investments in Stock Portfolio and Capital Budgets.’’ Review of Economics and Statistics (February, 1965), pp. 125–132.

McCallum, J. S., and W. Vierra. ‘‘The Association between Accounting and Market Determined Measures of Risk: The Canadian Evidence.’’ Proceedings of The Canadian Association of Administrative Sciences, produced by the School of Business, Queen’s University at Kingston, 1976, Section 2–86.

Melicher, Ronald W. ‘‘Financial Factors which Influence Beta Variations within an Ho-

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