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38, No. 10, October 1970, pp. 62-68. Illustrates possible long term ill effects of acquisition strategy based myopically on the priceearnings ratio. 92. Bird, Ron 'A reappraisal of the share price maximization criterion', Accounting and business research, No. 14, Spring 1974, pp. 127-134. Explores the implications of a share price maximization criterion including problem of profit definition; environmental considerations; relationship to capital asset pricing model. 93. Black, Fischer and Scholes, Myron J.
I, March 1970, pp. 127-134. Reports a study of II United States firms in the period 1961-1965. Argues that ex-post variance is ambiguous and that there is more than one variance associated with each series of stock prices, with conflicting results. 206. Keane, Simon M. 'The cost of capital and the relevance of non-diversifiable risk', Journal of business finance and accounting, Vol. I, No. I, Spring 1974, pp. 129-144. Argues that, assuming the security market is composed of efficient diversifiers, there is no need, in the evaluation of investment projects, to adjust the time value of money to take account of risk.
Reviews issues where conflict of interest between management and stockholders may arise, including criteria for: financial performance; investment proposals; sources of funds; assumption of voluntary risk. Concludes that the management viewpoint will become increasingly dominant. 134. Donaldson, Gordon 'Financial management in an affluent society', Financial executive, Vol. 35, No. 4, April 1967, pp. 52-60; reprinted in 24. Argues that United States corporations are experiencing a long-term decline in the relative importance of financial resources as a factor in management decisions and a consequent decline in the importance attached to the financial viewpoint in top management circles.
Annotated Bibliography of Corporate Finance by Roger J. Lister