Erscheinungsdatum: 16.12.2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The implications of capitalising operating leases on airline companies, Autor: Alshurafa, Mohammed // Lodhia, Kishor, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 152, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 243 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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A significant volume of literature already exists concerning the inclusion of aviation in the EU-ETS. Most of the research laid its focus on specific industry levels such as the individual airline, the aviation industry in general or macroeconomic aspects. In this context, these studies tried to anticipate market reactions triggered by the EU-ETS by analyzing specific issues such as the financial impact on airlines, changes in competitive behavior or implications for the overall industry development. As a consequence, the existing studies took only a limited market view and made assumptions about expected developments in specific fields of the aviation industry. However, at the time of writing this thesis, conclusions about the scope of impact could hardly be drawn from existing impact assessments because of the wide range of issues that exceeded the scope of most impact studies. Hence, a broader research approach is needed which takes different analytical perspectives to describe the scope of impact of the EU-ETS and depict potential effects for the aviation industry.
Plane Talk About Deregulation offers an insightful exploration of nascent, conservative economic thought that was emerging in the 1980s when numerous industries were deregulated. Many then considered Wall Street to be wise beyond human comprehension. Using the Nobel Prize-winning Capital Asset Pricing Model, Sroub sought to tease out insight from the tea leaves of stock price movements during key deregulatory events. His agile manipulations of the data make for an enjoyable academic read. In the end, the thesis augured a rosy outlook for the airline industry and, by extension, for the world economy as a whole. The prodigious economic expansion that followed in the next two decades seems to confirm those conclusions ... Yet viewed from vantage point of the 2020's, one must wonder whether those policy implications were timeless or limited to the challenges of the late 1970s ... and further wonder whether stock market movements are truly a reflection of preternatural wisdom or more a reflection of wild investor mood swings triggered by the revolutionary bravado of the Reagan and Thatcher governments eventually leading to irrational exuberance in markets that were far from efficient.