Market Structure and Stock Splits

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David Michayluk; Paul Kofman;
(2001)

Enhanced liquidity is one possible motivation for stock splits but empirical research frequently documents declines in liquidity following stock splits. Despite almost thirty years of inquiry, little is known about all the changes in a stock's trading activity following... View more
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