Question: IPOs are difficult to value because firms going public tend

IPOs are difficult to value because firms going public tend to be small, and little information is available about them. Investment bankers have to underprice IPOs because they bear substantial pricing risk. Do you agree with this statement? How would you test it empirically?

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