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Easton, P. D., & Ratios, P. E. (2004). PEG Ratios, and Estimating the Implied Expected Rate of Return on Equity Capital. Accounting Review, 79, 73-95.

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  • TITLE: Financial Constraint, Property Right and Cost of Capital

    AUTHORS: Zhijie Wan

    KEYWORDS: Financial Constraint, Cost of Equity Capital, Property Right

    JOURNAL NAME: Modern Economy, Vol.11 No.2, February 21, 2020

    ABSTRACT: This paper examines the impact of financing constraint risk on the cost of equity capital, and finds that there is a significant positive correlation between the financing constraint risk and the cost of equity capital. The greater the financing constraint risk is, the greater the cost of equity capital is, and state-owned enterprises can mitigate the impact of financing constraint on the cost of equity capital. For companies that do not disclose the protection of shareholders’ equity in the annual report, their financing constraint risk has an impact on the cost of equity capital. The influence of cost is more significant.