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costs of going and being public on IPO
For empirical research papers, your write-up needs to summarize: 1) All the theories covered in the literature review; 2) The theory(s) this paper examines; 3) Data and Methods of this study; 4) Evidence and conclusions provided by the author(s); 5) Are you convinced by the author(s)’ arguments and conclusions. 6) Are there any limits and errors (logically or technically, or both) in this research paper; and 7) Can you think of any other research questions from reading this paper?
For theoretical and survey papers, your write-up needs to summarize: 1) Main points and highlights of this paper; 2) Motivation; 3) Implications; 4) Weaknesses; 5) Your overall comment on this research; 6) Future Research Ideas.
If you need to quote exact sentences from the paper, please use quotation marks.
the links for the papers are below:
1. “Considering an IPO? The costs of going and being public may surprise you”, 2012,
2. Pagano, M., F. Panetta, and L. Zingales, 1998, “Why Do Companies Go Public? An Empirical Analysis” Journal of Finance.
3. Jay R. Ritter and Ivo Welch ,2002, “A Review of IPO Activity, Pricing, and Allocations”, THE JOURNAL OF FINANCE, VOL. LVII, NO. 4, AUGUST 2002