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Corporate Governance: An International Review, ISSN 0964-8410, 01/2016, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 24 - 41
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Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, ISSN 1536-5433, 04/2018, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp. 38 - 46
Purpose Based on the findings of Aguinis et al. (2018) that only a few executives are properly compensated, the purpose of this paper is to examine potential... 
Governance | Institutions | CEO compensation | Design | Wages & salaries | Self interest | Corporate governance | Theory | Compensation plans | Stockholders | Chief executive officers | Research | Executive compensation
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Journal of Business Research, ISSN 0148-2963, 05/2019, Volume 98, pp. 105 - 116
This study extends previous research on the influence of CEO pay inequity on CEOs' decision-making by examining the relationship in the acquisition context.... 
CEO overpayment | Acquisition premiums | CEO underpayment | CEO-TMT pay gap | CEO compensation | TOP MANAGEMENT | COMPENSATION | BEHAVIOR | UNDERPAYMENT | POSTACQUISITION PERFORMANCE | BUSINESS | OVERCONFIDENCE | TENDER OFFERS | EXPERIENCE | FIRM | DEVIATIONS | Executives | Compensation and benefits | Chief executive officers
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Review of Managerial Science, ISSN 1863-6683, 2018, p. 1
This paper investigates the impact of CEO excess compensation on corporate reputation. Past research has focused mainly on understanding how CEO overpayment is... 
Corporate reputation | Excess compensation | Overpayment | CEO compensation | Chief executive officers | Reputations | Stock options | Compensation | Corporate image
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Academy of Management Perspectives, ISSN 1558-9080, 5/2008, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 5 - 20
Critics of U.S. corporate governance claim that public company (a) CEOs are overpaid, (b) CEOs are not paid for performance, and (c) boards do a poor job of... 
Shareholders | Investors | Public companies | Working papers | Hedge funds | Chief executive officers | Business structures | Exchange: CEO Compensation | Overpayment | Private equity | Majority voting | UNITED-STATES | MANAGEMENT | Pay for performance | Corporate governance | Economic aspects | Compensation and benefits | Research | Boards of directors | Studies | Executive compensation
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Strategic Management Journal, ISSN 0143-2095, 6/2010, Volume 31, Issue 6, pp. 629 - 651
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Australian Journal of Management, ISSN 0312-8962, 8/2016, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 425 - 458
This paper investigates the roles of executive incentive structures in creating and mitigating investment-related agency costs. A model is developed which... 
overinvestment | overpayment of dividends | underinvestment | underpayment | incentive schemes | Incentive package | MANAGEMENT | COMPENSATION | CEO OVERCONFIDENCE | PERFORMANCE | PAYOUT | RISK | BUSINESS | FREE CASH FLOW | DIVIDEND POLICY | MODELS | INVESTMENT | OWNERSHIP | Dividends | Incentives (Business) | Investments | Analysis
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Academy of Management Perspectives, ISSN 1558-9080, 5/2008, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 26 - 33
  The AFL-CIO's Executive PayWatch reports that the average CEO in the S&P 500 made $14.2 million in 2007. On Mar 1, 2007, Representative Barney Frank (D-MA)... 
Shareholders | Congressional voting | Pay for performance | Corporate governance | Business management | Chief executive officers | Executive compensation | Business structures | Exchange: CEO Compensation | Overpayment | Fairness | PAY | MANAGERIAL POWER | BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT | EXECUTIVE-COMPENSATION | Evaluation | Executives | Compensation and benefits | College teachers | Social aspects | Bills
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Journal of Business Ethics, ISSN 0167-4544, 2/2001, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 339 - 351
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经济管理, ISSN 1002-5766, 2012, Issue 2, pp. 76 - 88
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Journal of Corporate Finance, ISSN 0929-1199, 04/2013, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 13
This study examines the contradictory predictions regarding the association between the premium paid in acquisitions and deal size. We document a robust... 
Target size | Premium | Public acquisitions | Acquirer returns | M-AND-AS | CORPORATE ACQUISITIONS | TARGET | PAYMENT | MERGER WAVE | CEO OVERCONFIDENCE | ACQUIRING FIRMS | WEALTH | STOCK RETURNS | BUSINESS, FINANCE | TAKEOVER BIDS
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Journal of Financial Economics, ISSN 0304-405X, 10/2017, Volume 126, Issue 1, pp. 54 - 73
Shareholder value creation from hedge fund activism occurs primarily by influencing takeover outcomes for targeted firms. Controlling for selection decisions,... 
Shareholder activism | Corporate governance | Mergers and acquisitions | Institutional investors | Hedge fund activism | LIQUIDITY | GOVERNANCE | RETURNS | FIRMS | STOCK | BUSINESS, FINANCE | DESTRUCTION | CEOS | ECONOMICS | ACQUISITIONS | Acquisitions and mergers | Activism | Business schools
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MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, ISSN 0025-1909, 12/2018, Volume 64, Issue 12, pp. 5807 - 5831
We examine the role of cultural difference in the pricing of positive extreme returns (MAX) for 47,000 stocks from 42 countries from 1990 to 2012. We find that... 
sentiment | LIQUIDITY | MARKET | MANAGEMENT | individualism | CEO OVERCONFIDENCE | RISK | lottery | international finance | NATIONAL CULTURE | ATTITUDES | extreme return | OPERATIONS RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE | idiosyncratic volatility | culture | EQUILIBRIUM | CULTURAL DIFFERENCES | BELIEFS | attention | VOLATILITY
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Applied Economics, ISSN 0003-6846, 02/2020, Volume 52, Issue 7, pp. 671 - 693
Previous studies suggest that CEOs may be incentivised to pursue actions aimed at restoring equity when pay deviates from the predicted CEO labour market... 
executive compensation | equity theory | J30 | M40 | corporate governance | Pay deviation | M41 | MARKET | EARNINGS | IMPACT | SOCIAL-RESPONSIBILITY | DISCLOSURE | FAIRNESS | ECONOMICS | FIRM PERFORMANCE | INVESTOR PROTECTION | EXECUTIVE-COMPENSATION | DIRECTORS | Equity | Wages & salaries | Chief executive officers | Regulation | Corporate governance
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Strategic Organization, ISSN 1476-1270, 8/2011, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp. 187 - 221
Posited on the asymmetric features of equity ownership and stock option pay, this article examines the extent to which acquisition activities affect boards of... 
Shareholders | Price premiums | Stock options | Equity | Business management | Chief executive officers | Executive compensation | Business structures | Boards of directors | Corporate strategies | agency problem | board of directors | (dis)incentives | acquisitions | CEO pay structuring
Journal Article
This study investigates the relationship between CEO pay and firm performance, the asymmetric nature of pay-performance sensitivity, and the effect of CEO... 
New Zealand | executive | executives | salaries | chief | rating | CEO | officers
Dissertation
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Florida, 2004. Title from title page of source document. Document formatted into pages; contains 111 pages. Includes vita.... 
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