Peter Jennergren

Professor Emeritus at Stockholm School of Economics

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  • Stockholm School of Economics

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Biography

Stockholm School of Economics

Ph. D. 1971 (Stanford). Professor of management (1946 Donation Chair) 1987-2011. Emeritus since July 2011.

  

Research interests

Peter Jennergren’s research interests include valuation models where accounting data are used.

Downloadable papers

A Tutorial on the Discounted Cash Flow Model for Valuation of Companies. SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Business Administration No. 1998:1, ninth revision 2011.

The Conventional Formula for the Nominal Growth Rate of Free Cash Flows is OK - A Comment on Three Recent Papers in the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance. SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Business Administration No. 2011:6.

A Note on the Linear and Annuity Class of Depreciation Methods. SSE Working Paper Series in Business Administration No. 2017:1.

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