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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Various theoretical signaling proxies have been developed to explain the valuation of new issues. These signals include dividend policy, underpricing, entrepreneurs’ retained ownership and the reputation of financial advisors. This paper examines whether underpricing and dividend policy serve as signals of firm value in new issues market. For this purpose with mitigation of McGuiness’ model (1993), the relevant data of 89 firms that enter the Tehran Stock Exchange over the years of 1380 to 1388 is extracted. This data is collected from the firms’ prospectuses and their financial statements. The results show support for the underpricing signal and, further, the dividends mitigate the adverse valuation impact of risk.