The contributions of Stewart Myers to the Theory and Practice of Corporate Finance, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 20(4): 8-19.
What does JACF stand for?
JACF stands for Journal of Applied Corporate Finance (Blackwell Publishing)
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- Japanese-American Cooperative Emulsion Experiments
- Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (Fulbright grants)
- JTRS (Joint Tactical Radio System) Army Center of Excellence Laboratory (US Army)
- Japan-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Comprehensive Economic Partnership
- Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians
- Journal of the American Ceramic Society
- Japan Association for Comparative Economic Studies
- Joint Automated Communications Engineering Systems
- Japan Association of College English Teachers (Japan)
- Jennifer Aniston Center Forum (website message board)
- Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum
- Junior Achievement of Central Florida, Inc.
- Junior American Culinary Federation
- John Abbott College Faculty Association (Canada)
- Japanese and Caucasian Facial Expression of Emotion (study)
- Japan Association for Chief Financial Officers
- Japanese Association for Crystal Growth (Japan)
- Jersey Atari Computer Group (New Jersey; est. 1981)
- Joint Aeronautical Commanders Group
- Joint Asian Crime Group (Australian Federal Police)
Samples in periodicals archive:
2002, "Finding Value Where None Exists: Pitfalls in Using Adjusted Present Value," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 15/1, pp.
The Case for Going Bare Smith co-authored a study of energy giant BP plc's risk management approach, published in 1993 in the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.
Ritter, appeared in the 1994 Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and was updated in 1997 by Bitter in an article titled "Initial Public Offerings.
He is the author of "The Quest for Value" (Harper & Row, 1991) and serves as executive editor of Stern Stewart's quarterly publication, The Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.
Auerbach, Testimony before the Senate Finance Committee, January 26, 1989, reprinted in Journal of Applied Corporate Finance (Spring 1989), pp.
9613, April 2003, and Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Vol.