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Academic Research on Moody's Investor Service Moody's investors serviceresponse to the consultative paper issued by the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision A new capital adequacy framework, Cantor, R. (2001). Moodys investors service response to the consultative paper issued by the Basel Committee on Bank Supervision A new capital adequacy framework.Journal of Banking & Finance,25(1), 171-185. This paper explores Moody's endorsement of the Basel Committee's proposal to use banks' internal risk assessments to refine the Basel Accord's risk weights on bank assets and commitments. This paper discusses how bank regulators can use external ratings in ways that mitigate the adverse incentives created by the resulting regulatory demand for rating agency services. Price performance of common stock new issues, Ibbotson, R. G. (1975). Price performance of common stock new issues.Journal of financial economics,2(3), 235-272. The paper studies both the initial and aftermarket performance (measured by risk-adjusted returns) on newly issued common stocks which were offered to the public during the 1960s. The paper provides insights into this underpricing mystery, but does not solve it. An empirical examination of debt covenant restrictions and accounting-related debt proxies, Duke, J. C., & Hunt III, H. G. (1990). An empirical examination of debt covenant restrictions and accounting-related debt proxies.Journal of accounting and Economics,12(1-3), 45-63. This paper explores the use of proxy variables to measure closeness to debt convenant restrictions without actually examining the existence or extent of restrictive convenants. This study tests the validity of the most commonly used proxy, the debtequity ratio, by examining its relation to actual debt covenant restrictions for a random sample of U.S. firms. Bankrupt bank loan recoveries, Carty, L. V., Hamilton, D. T., Keenan, S. C., Moss, A., Mulvaney, M., Marshella, T., & Subhas, M. G. (1998). Bankrupt bank loan recoveries.Moodys investors service,15, 79. The impact of SEC-required disclosure and insider-trading regulations on the bid/ask spreads in the over-the-counter market, Hagerman, R. L., & Healy, J. P. (1992). The impact of SEC-required disclosure and insider-trading regulations on the bid/ask spreads in the over-the-counter market.Journal of Accounting and Public Policy,11(3), 233-243. This paper empirically tests Levs (1988, p.5) proposition, which suggests that when accounting regulations reduces assymetric information, such regulations should reduce the the bid/ask spread, and finds no support for it. The market valuation of cash dividends: A case to consider, Long Jr, J. B. (1978). The market valuation of cash dividends: A case to consider.Journal of Financial Economics,6(2-3), 235-264. Performance, slack, and risk taking in organizational decision making, Singh, J. V. (1986). Performance, slack, and risk taking in organizational decision making.Academy of management Journal,29(3), 562-585. This research paper investigates the relationship between organizational performance and risk taking in organizational decision making. A complex model is proposed in which the direct relationship, which is triggered by performance below acceptable levels, is negative, but the indirect relationships, which are mediated by organizational slack and decentralization, are positive. Relative price fluctuations of industrial stocks in different price groups, Fritzemeier, L. H. (1936). Relative price fluctuations of industrial stocks in different price groups.The Journal of Business of the University of Chicago,9(2), 133-154. -Copyright Protection for Compilation Depends on Degree of Originality Involved in Assembling Facts-Financial Information, Inc. v.Moody's Investors Service, Inc., Stimson, D. C. (1985). Note: Factual Compilations-Copyright Protection for Compilation Depends on Degree of Originality Involved in Assembling Facts-Financial Information, Inc. v. Moody's Investors Service, Inc.J. Copyright Soc'y USA,33, 1. A multivariate analysis of the determinants ofMoody'sbank financial strength ratings, Poon, W. P., Firth, M., & Fung, H. G. (1999). A multivariate analysis of the determinants of Moodys bank financial strength ratings.Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money,9(3), 267-283. This paper studies Moodys Investors Services inaugaration of a new rating service, bank financial strength ratings (BFSRs), that assesses the safety and soundness of banks in over 50 countries. The study sets out to do some preliminary investigations of this new type of credit rating. The paper also highlights future directions for research.