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  1. MILLER, M.H. and F. MODIGLIANI, 1961. Dividend Policy, Growth, and the Valuation of Shares. Journal of Business. [Cited by 1562] (32.94/year)
  2. OHLSON, J.A., 1995. Earnings, book values, and dividends in equity valuation. Contemporary Accounting Research. [Cited by 1461] (108.87/year)
  3. JOHN, K. and J. WILLIAMS, 1983. DIVIDENDS, DILUTION, AND TAXES: A SIGNALLING EQUILIBRIUM. Financial Review. [Cited by 425] (16.72/year)
  4. SHILLER, R.J., 1981. Do Stock Prices Move Too Much to be Justified by Subsequent Changes in Dividends?. NBER Working Paper. [Cited by 1366] (49.82/year)
  5. CAMPBELL, J.Y. and R.J. SHILLER, 1989. The Dividend-Price Ratio and Expectations of Future Dividends and Discount Factors. NBER Working Paper. [Cited by 1039] (53.50/year)
  6. EASTERBROOK, F.H., 1983. Two Agency-cost Explanations of Dividends. jstor.org. [Cited by 864] (33.99/year)
  7. LINTNER, J., 1956. Distribution of incomes of corporations among dividends, retained earnings, and taxes. American Economic Review. [Cited by 988] (18.85/year)
  8. BLACK, F., 1998. The dividend puzzle. Streetwise: The Best of the Journal of Portfolio Management. [Cited by 392] (37.62/year)
  9. ASQUITH, P., D.W. MULLINS and J.R. , 1983. The Impact of Initiating Dividend Payments on Shareholders' Wealth. Journal of Business. [Cited by 303] (11.92/year)
  10. CAMPBELL, J.Y., R.J. SHILLER and N.A.T.I.O.N.A.L. BUREAU, 1989. Stock Prices, Earnings and Expected Dividends. [Cited by 784] (40.37/year)