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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Laskin, Alexander V.
Title Statement
The handbook of financial communication and investor relations / edited by Alexander V. Laskin, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, US.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Hoboken :   Wiley-Blackwell,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xix, 518 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Handbooks in communication and media
ISBN
9781119240785 (hardback)
요약
"The first book to offer a global look at the state-of-the-art thinking and practice in investor relations and financial communication Featuring contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in financial communication and related fields—including public relations, corporate communications, finance, and accounting— this volume in the critically acclaimed “Handbooks in Communication and Media” seriesprovides readers with a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of investor relations and financial communications as they are practice in North America and around the world.  The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations provides an overview of the past, present, and future of investor relations and financial communications as a profession. It identifies the central issues of contemporary investor relations and financial communications practice, including financial information versus non-financial information, intangibles, risk, value, and growth. Authors address key topics of concern to contemporary practitioners, such as socially responsible investing, corporate governance, shareholder activism, ethics, and professionalism. In addition, the book arms readers with metrics and proven techniques for reliably measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of investor relations and financial communications. Bringing together the most up-to-date research on investor relations and financial communication and the insights and expertise of an all-star team of practitioners, The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations: Explores how the profession is practiced in various regions of the globe, including North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, India, Australia, and other areas Provides a unique look at financial communication as it is practiced beyond the corporate world, including in families, the medical profession, government, and the not-for-profit sector Addresses “big-picture” strategies as well as specific tactics for financial communication during crises, the use of social media, dealing with shareholder activism, integrated reporting and CSR, and more This book makes an ideal text for undergrads and graduate students, scholars, and practitioners studying or researching investor relations and financial communication across schools of communication, journalism, business, and management. It also offers professionals an up-to-date, uniquely holistic look at best practices in financial communication investor relations worldwide. "--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Financial services industry --Communication systems. Corporations --Investor relations. Corporations --Finance.
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245 0 4 ▼a The handbook of financial communication and investor relations / ▼c edited by Alexander V. Laskin, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, US.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 ▼a "The first book to offer a global look at the state-of-the-art thinking and practice in investor relations and financial communication Featuring contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in financial communication and related fields—including public relations, corporate communications, finance, and accounting— this volume in the critically acclaimed “Handbooks in Communication and Media” seriesprovides readers with a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of investor relations and financial communications as they are practice in North America and around the world.  The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations provides an overview of the past, present, and future of investor relations and financial communications as a profession. It identifies the central issues of contemporary investor relations and financial communications practice, including financial information versus non-financial information, intangibles, risk, value, and growth. Authors address key topics of concern to contemporary practitioners, such as socially responsible investing, corporate governance, shareholder activism, ethics, and professionalism. In addition, the book arms readers with metrics and proven techniques for reliably measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of investor relations and financial communications. Bringing together the most up-to-date research on investor relations and financial communication and the insights and expertise of an all-star team of practitioners, The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations: Explores how the profession is practiced in various regions of the globe, including North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, India, Australia, and other areas Provides a unique look at financial communication as it is practiced beyond the corporate world, including in families, the medical profession, government, and the not-for-profit sector Addresses “big-picture” strategies as well as specific tactics for financial communication during crises, the use of social media, dealing with shareholder activism, integrated reporting and CSR, and more This book makes an ideal text for undergrads and graduate students, scholars, and practitioners studying or researching investor relations and financial communication across schools of communication, journalism, business, and management. It also offers professionals an up-to-date, uniquely holistic look at best practices in financial communication investor relations worldwide. "-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
520 ▼a "This book aims to provide theoretically ambitious but accessible information devoted to a major field within communication and media studies: Financial Communication and Investor Relations . The book sets out to ground and orientate the student through a broad range of specially commissioned chapters, while also providing the more experienced scholar and teacher with a convenient and comprehensive overview of the latest trends and critical directions"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Table of Contents

Intro -- The Handbook of Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Part I The Foundations of Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- 1 Investor Relations and Financial Communication -- Definitions -- Return on Expectations -- Efficient Market Hypothesis -- A History of Investor Relations and Financial Communication -- Preprofessional Period -- Professional Period -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Crisis Communication -- The Effects of Crises on Stock Market Prices -- Product Safety Crises: Recalls -- Boycotts and Protests -- Management Misconduct -- Communication and Market Reactions to Crises -- Recall Remedies -- Recall Communication Strategies -- Pre-recall Advertising -- Interpolating Crisis Communication Research and Effects of Investor Reactions to Crises -- Stealing Thunder -- Denial as a Crisis Response -- Victim-Centered Crisis Responses -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Risk, Uncertainty, and Message Convergence -- Conceptualization of Risk in the Context of Finances -- Social Amplification of Risk -- Message Convergence: An Argumentation Alternative -- The Message Convergence Framework and the Construal of Financial Risks -- Message Encounter -- Consistency Evaluation -- Validity Assessment -- Amplification or Attenuation -- Message Construal -- Conclusion About the Message -- Discussion and Recommendations -- Environmental Scanning -- Strategic Message Design -- Feedback Loops -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 The Role of Argumentation in Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- The Rhetorical Component of Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- Financial Communication and Investor Relations as Strategic Argumentation -- Argumentative Issues and Standpoints in Financial Communication -- What Makes Information Relevant? A Model of Argumentative Inference -- Argumentation Approaches to Financial Communication: An Overview -- Conclusion: Sketching a Research Agenda -- Notes -- References -- 5 Shareholder Democracy in the Digital Age -- Shareholder Democracy and Its Discontents -- Contributions, CEO Perspectives, and an Expanding Role for Investor Relations -- Online Media, Stakeholder Engagement, and Corporate Governance -- Shareholder Democracy and Activism Online -- The Road Ahead for Investor Relations -- References -- 6 Ethics in Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- Purpose -- The Rationale for Ethics in FC & IR -- Types of Stakeholder in FC & IR -- Investors -- Internal Stakeholders: Defining Mission, Vision, and Values -- Social Responsibility Investors -- Finance Industry -- Governing Bodies, Communities, Partners, and Enabling -- Community Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility -- Corporate Social Performance and Stakeholders -- CSR and Stakeholders -- Necessity of Effective CSR to Support FC & IR -- Principle-Based Ethics: Rational Autonomy and Deontology -- Principle-Based Analyses: Three Ethical Tests -- Implications of Applying the FC &.
IR Ethics Model -- References -- 7 Communicative Enactment of Virtue -- Theoretical Groundwork -- Enactment of Relationships Through Financial Communication -- Virtue Ethics -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- 8 The Skills Required to Be a Successful Investor Relations Officer -- Convergence of Public Relations and Investor Relations -- The CFOs Expanding Communications Role -- Other Professionals as IROs -- Sell-Side Analysts as IROs -- Buy-Side Analysts as IROs -- Journalists and Reporters as IROs -- Attitude, Skill Set, and Experience to Be the Perfect IRO -- Excellent Communicator -- Good Writer and Confident Speaker -- Adequate Financial Knowledge -- Legal Awareness -- Management Skills While Working With Multiple Teams, CEOs, and CFOs -- Understanding of Technology and Digital Platforms -- Knowledge of Peer Companies and Current Events -- Careers and Education in Investor Relations -- Why Is Investor Relations an Easy and Attractive Profile Change? -- Is Investor Relations a Career Path or a Springboard? -- Entry-Level Roles in Investor Relations -- Lack of Formal Education in Investor Relations -- Conclusion -- References -- 9 How Shareholders Differ -- Different Shareholders and Different Perspectives -- Block Institutional Shareholders -- Managerial Shareholders: Executives and Directors -- Foreign Investors vs. Domestics Investors -- State Owners vs. Private Owners -- Family Owners -- Discussion -- Contributions and Implications -- Future Research Opportunities -- References -- 10 Financial Analysts and Their Role in Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- Financial Analysts in a Nutshell -- Sell-Side, Buy-Side, and Independent Analysts -- Specialization and Performance -- Regulations and Disclaimers -- Lone Riders in Teams -- Part of an Organization -- Key Players in the Financial Community -- Companies -- Investors -- Rating Agencies -- Media -- An Integral Part of the Financial Sector -- Future Matters -- References -- 11 Securities Law for Financial Communication and Investor Relations in the United States, 1929–2016 -- Background -- Key Points in the Development of Securities Law -- Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934 -- Regulation Fair Disclosure, 2000 -- Sarbanes–Oxley, 2002 -- Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, 2010 -- Discussion -- Company Leaders -- Clarifications -- Emerging Technologies -- Activist Investors -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Women on Wall Street -- Literature Review -- d/Discourse and Narratives -- How Metaphors Shape d/Discourse -- The Gendered World of Finance -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II The Practice of Financial Communication and Investor Relations -- 13 Explaining Communication Choices During Equity Offerings -- Literature Review -- Information Asymmetry -- Disclosure Literature -- Impression Management and the Equity-Offering Decision -- The Impression Management Hypothesis -- Conclusi.
on -- Implications for Future Research -- References -- 14 Financial and Investor Relations for Start-Up Businesses and Emerging Companies -- Early-Stage Message Strategy -- Management Responsibility for Early-Stage Investment -- SEC Regulation and Legal Restraints -- The Importance of Credibility and Conflict Mediation -- Tactical Tips and Measurement Approaches -- Managing Investor Audiences During Growth, and Other Communications Considerations -- Conclusion -- References -- 15 Whose Hype Matters? -- Hype: Ill-Defined and Understudied -- Hype and Trigger Events -- Media Hype in Financial Communications: A New Taxonomy -- Types of Media Hype -- Media Hype and the Impact of Negative Earnings Surprises -- Methodology -- Variables -- Sample and Data -- Empirical Findings -- Conclusion -- References -- 16 Shareholder Activism and the New Role of Investor Relations -- The Rise of Shareholder Activism -- A Challenge to Corporate Governance Practices -- The Role of Investor Relations -- The Impact of Shareholder Activism on Investor Relations -- Summary -- References -- 17 Corporate Proxy Contests -- Mechanics of Proxy Contests and Recent Trends -- Key Players During Proxy Contests -- Communication Channels and Tools -- A Proxy Fight Up Close: Trian vs. DuPont Co. -- Accessing the Corporate Ballot: Proxy Access -- Outlook for Contested Corporate Elections -- References -- 18 More Than a Zero-Sum Game -- Investor Relations: Evolving Perspectives -- Recognizing the Common Ground Between Investor Relations and Public Relations -- The Growth of Investor Activism -- Activism From an Organizational and Public Relations Perspective -- Looking at Conflict With Adversarial Publics Through the Lens of Game Theory -- Mondlez International and Activist Investor William Ackman: A Case Study -- Seeking a Balance of Influence -- Playing Strategic Games -- Common Ground Between Investor Relations and Public Relations in Theory and Practice -- The Choice for Dissatisfied Investors: To Be an Activist or a “Suggestivist” -- References -- 19 Integrated Reporting -- Corporate Reporting as an Investor Relations Task -- Investor Relations as a Reporting Function -- The Evolution of Corporate Reporting -- Integrated Reporting -- Corporate Reporting Beyond Financials -- The Concept of Integrated Reporting -- Implementing Integrated Reporting -- Summary: Investor Relations and Integrated Reporting -- References -- 20 Corporate Social Responsibility -- Communicating CSR -- International Implications -- Critiques of CSR -- Implications for Communication and Reputation Management -- Case Studies -- Global Responsibility Leadership Initiative -- Patagonia and the Blurring of CSR and Activism -- Shareholder Activists and the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement -- Conclusion -- References -- 21 Transparency Signaling in Corporate Social Responsibility Press Releases in a Vice Industry -- Background and Context -- Literature Review -- The Press Release: A Vital and Dynamic Communication .

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