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Explanation of premia/discounts of global depository receipts over stock price (I) during issue (II) during trading by Badrinath Ramanathan and Jaideep Iyer (Student Project)

By: Ramanathan, Badrinath.
Contributor(s): Iyer, Jaideep.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1997Subject(s): Global Depository Receipts | Project report (student)DDC classification: SP 1997/609 Summary: The objective of the report is to try and explain the existence of GDR premia/discounts over the domestic scrip, the authors have tried to consider GDR premia at two stages: at the issue stage and during trading. For this, the approach has been two fold: purely conceptual and empirical. The authors have also tried to develop a conceptual framework within which GDR premia can be viewed. They have conducted two empirical exercises. One of them concentrates on isolating the factors giving rise to GDR issue premia, while the other tries to calculate the GDR "market" premium, and isolate the scrip specific premia.
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Submitted to Prof. Ashok Korwar

The objective of the report is to try and explain the existence of GDR premia/discounts over the domestic scrip, the authors have tried to consider GDR premia at two stages: at the issue stage and during trading. For this, the approach has been two fold: purely conceptual and empirical. The authors have also tried to develop a conceptual framework within which GDR premia can be viewed. They have conducted two empirical exercises. One of them concentrates on isolating the factors giving rise to GDR issue premia, while the other tries to calculate the GDR "market" premium, and isolate the scrip specific premia.

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