Debt and Equity Securities: A Study of Price Determination
economics, finance, debt, equity securities, price determination, investment
Business | Economics | Finance | Finance and Financial Management
This paper undertakes the task of seeking to explain two phenomena that have been of great concern to men in the past and will continue to be the subject of much study and debate well into the future. The first task to be undertaken will be the explanation of the determination of the rate of interest. The second task, and the basic objective of this paper, will be to examine the influence of this rate along with a multiplicity of other variables as a determinate of the market price of debt and equity securities.
Hardin, J. F. (1968). Debt and Equity Securities: A Study of Price Determination (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/820