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    Title: 股利政策評估及其動態調整-以結構性轉變模型為例
    Other Titles: An evaluation of the dynamics of dividend policy: a multiple structural change approach.
    Authors: 王筠晴;Wang, Yung-qing
    Contributors: 淡江大學財務金融學系碩士班
    黃河泉;Huang, Ho-chuan
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:03:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究首先以逐步迴歸方法篩選出解釋股利的重要變數,研究資料係取自Robert J. Shiller個人網站,為美國股票交易市場中公開上市公司1871-2003年之股利和盈餘年實質資料,共計132筆,以Eviews及GAUSS軟體操作而得出實證結果。

    首先,以單根檢定檢視各別變數之定態性及其整合階次,由向量自我迴歸模型選擇適當的落階期數,再利用共整合檢定、誤差修正模型及結構性轉變模型,分析變數間長期均衡關係與短期動態調整過程,並試圖解釋美國股票交易市場公司股利政策行為之不對稱性。

    實證結果方面,說明變數的定義、衡量方式、選樣標準與資料來源,並列示各項實證結果,以進行比較分析。最後的結論與建議,則是彙整本研究之重要結論,說明研究限制,並對後續研究提出建議。
    Employing three alternative measures of ability to pay, we find support for the Lintner hypothesis that firms pursue a long-run target payout ratio and also that current earnings better explain long-run dividends than cash flows or stock prices. The evidence further indicates that corporations adjust dividends with a ratchet effect, raising them more readily than they lower them.

    More specifically, when dividends are below target levels, firms move toward equilibrium by increasing them, but when dividends are above target levels, firms approach equilibrium by restricting dividend increases as earnings rise.
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