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Graham Partington

Associate Professor, University of Sydney, Australia
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Graham Partington is currently an associate professor at the University of Sydney. He has extensive experience in research and teaching at universities around the world and has designed several very successful degrees in finance. He is coauthor of four textbooks and many research papers, including prize-winning work. His particular research interests lie in dividends, valuation, and the cost of capital, and he provides consulting advice in these areas. From 2002 to 2008 he was education director of the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre, where he ran one of the world’s largest and most successful PhD programs in capital markets research.

Articles by this Author

  • Valuation and Project Selection When the Market and Face Value of Dividends Differ
    by Graham Partington
    Suppose that a company declares a cash dividend of $1, then the face value of the dividend is $1. The market value, which is what that dividend trades for in the market, may, or may not, be the same as the face value. Traditional approaches to valuation, such as the discounted dividend model (see “Using Dividend Discount Models”), usually assume that the market value and the face value of dividends are the same. When this is not the case you hit...

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