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Links to 307 Studies that Use the Entrenchment Index (Bebchuk, Cohen, and Ferrell, 2009)
  1. Adjei, F., The Effects of Cash Holdings on Corporate Performance During a Credit Crunch: Evidence from the Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis, Journal of Economics and Finance. 37. (2). pp. 188-199
  2. Aebi, V, Gabriele Sabato, and Markus Schmid, Risk Management, Corporate Governance, and Bank Performance in the Financial Crisis, Journal of Banking & Finance. 36. (12). pp. 3213-3226
  3. Afonso, E.L. and M. Babajide Wintoki, Explaining the Staggered Board Discount, Working Paper
  4. Aggarwal, R.K., Huijing Fu, and Yihui Pan, An Empirical Investigation of Internal Governance, AFA Denver Meetings Paper
  5. Agrawal, A. and Tareque Nasser, Blockholders on Boards and CEO Compensation, Turnover and Firm Valuation, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  6. Ahn, S. and Keshab Shrestha, The Differential Effects of Classified Boards on Firm Value, Journal of Banking & Finance. 37. (11). pp. 3993-4013.
  7. Akyol, A.C, Jin San Kim, and Chander Shekhar, The Causes and Consequences of Accelerated Stock Repurchases, International Review of Finance (Forthcoming)
  8. Alali, F., Asokan Anandarajan, and Wei Jiang, The Effect of Corporate Governance on Firm’s Credit Ratings: Further Evidence Using Governance Score in the United States, Accounting & Finance. 52. (2). pp. 291-312.
  9. Albuquerque, A.M., Gus De Franco, and Rodrigo S. Verdi, Peer Choice in CEO Compensation, Journal of Financial Economics. 108. (1). pp. 160-181.
  10. Amiram, D., Debt Contracts, Loss Given Default and Accounting Information, Working Paper
  11. Amiram, D. and Edward L. Owens, Private Benefits Extraction and the Opposing Effects of Income Smoothing on Private Debt Contracts, Columbia Business School Research Paper No. 12/38
  12. Ammann, M., David Oesch, and Markus M. Schmid, The Construction and Valuation Effect of Corporate Governance Indices, Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Empirical Finance. (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013).
  13. Ashraf, R. and Narayanan Jayaraman, Determinants and Consequences of Proxy Voting by Mutual Funds on Shareholder Proposals, Working Paper
  14. Ashraf, R., Rajesh Chakrabarti, Richard Fu, and Narayanan Jayaraman, Takeover Immunity, Takeovers and the Market for Non-Executive Directors, Working Paper
  15. Augustin, P., Menachem Brenner, Jianfeng Hu, and Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Are Corporate Spin-Offs Prone to Insider Trading?, Working Paper
  16. Autore, D.M., Tunde Kovacs, and Vivek Singh, Do Analyst Recommendations Reflect Shareholder Rights?, Working Paper
  17. Ayers, B.C., Stacie Kelley Laplante, and Casey M. Schwab, Does Tax Deferral Enhance Firm Value?, Working Paper
  18. Babenko, I., Yuri Tserlukevich, and Alexander Vedrashko, The Credibility of Open Market Share Repurchase Signaling, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 47. (5). pp. 1059-1088.
  19. Baber, W.R. and Lihong Liang, Associations Between Internal and External Corporate Governance Characteristics and the Consequences of Regulating Governance Practices, Working Paper
  20. Baber, W.R., Sok-Hyon Kang, Lihong Liang, and Zinan Zhu, External Corporate Governance and Misreporting, Georgetown McDonough School of Business Research Paper No. 760324
  21. Badolato, P.G., Dain C. Donelson, and Matthew Ege, Audit Committee Financial Expertise and Earnings Management: The Role of Status, Journal of Accounting and Economics. 58. (2-3). pp. 208-230.
  22. Baloria, V.P., Kenneth J. Klassen, and Christine I. Wiedman, Shareholder Activism and Political Spending, CAAA Annual Conference Paper
  23. Baloria, V.P., Carol A. Marquardt, and Christine I. Wiedman, A Lobbying Approach to Evaluating the Whistleblower Provisions of the Dodd-Frank Reform Act of 2010, Working Paper
  24. Banerjee, S., Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram K. Nanda, CEO Overconfidence and Share Repurchases, 26th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference
  25. Banerjee, S., Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram K. Nanda, Restraining Overconfident CEOs Through Improved Governance: Evidence from the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Review of Financial Studies (Forthcoming)
  26. Banko, J., Melissa B. Frye, Weishen Wang, and Ann Marie Whyte, Earnings Management and Annual General Meetings: The Role of Managerial Entrenchment, Financial Review. 48. (2). pp. 259-282.
  27. Baranchuk, N., Robert L. Kieschnick, and Rabih Moussawi, Motivating Innovation in Newly Public Firms, Working Paper
  28. Barclay, M.J, Clifford G. Holderness, and Dennis P. Sheehan, Dividends and Corporate Shareholders, The Review of Financial Studies. 22. (6). pp. 2423-2455.
  29. Barzuza, M., and David C. Smith, What Happens in Nevada? Self-Selecting into a Lax Law, The Review of Financial Studies (Online)
  30. Bates, T.W. and David A. Becher, Bid Resistance by Takeover Targets: Managerial Bargaining or Bad Faith?, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  31. Bauguess, S.W., and Mike Stegmoller, Protective Governance Choices and the Value of Acquisition Activity, Journal of Corporate Finance. 14. (5). pp. 550-566.
  32. Baulkaran, V., Management Entrenchment and the Valuation Discount of Dual Class Firms, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. 54. (1). pp. 70-81.
  33. Bebchuk, L.A., Alma Cohen, and Charles C.Y. Wang, Golden Parachutes and the Wealth of Shareholders, Journal of Corporate Finance. 25. pp. 140-154.
  34. Bebchuk, L.A., Alma Cohen, and Charles C.Y. Wang, Learning and the Disappearing Association Between Governance and Returns, Journal of Financial Economics. 108. (2). pp. 323-348.
  35. Bebchuk, L.A., Martijn Cremers, and Urs Peyer, Pay Distribution in the Top Executive Team, Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper No. 574
  36. Becher, D.A. and Jennifer L. Juergens, Do Acquirer CEO Incentives Impact Mergers?, Working Paper
  37. Becher, D.A., Thomas W. Bates, and Michael L. Lemmon, Board Classification and Managerial Entrenchment: Evidence from the Market for Corporate Control, HKUST Business School Research Paper No. 07-05
  38. Benson, D. and Rosemarie H. Ziedonis, Corporate Venture Capital and the Returns to Acquiring Portfolio Companies, Journal of Financial Economics. 98. (3). pp. 478-499.
  39. Berthelot, S., Claude Francoeur, and Real Labelle, Corporate Governance Mechanisms, Accounting Results and Stock Valuation in Canada, International Journal of Managerial Finance. 8. (4). pp. 332-343.
  40. Betzer, A. and Marc Goergen, Disentangling the Link Between Stock and Accounting Performance in Acquisitions, European Corporate Governance Institute – Finance Working Paper No. 259/2009
  41. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Corporate Governance and Firm Performance, Journal of Corporate Finance. 14. (3). pp. 257-273.
  42. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Director Ownership, Governance and Performance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 48. (1). pp. 105-135.
  43. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Sarbanes-Oxley, Governance and Performance, Working Paper
  44. Bhagat, S., Brian Bolton, and Jun Lu, Size, Leverage, and Risk-Taking of Financial Institutions, Working Paper
  45. Bharath, S.T, Sudarshan Jayaraman, and Venky Nagar, Exit as Governance: An Empirical Analysis, The Journal of Finance. 68. (6). pp. 2515-2547.
  46. Bill, F., Hasan Iftekhar, John Kose, and Sharma Zenu, Asymmetric Benchmarking of Pay in Firms, Journal of Corporate Finance. 23. pp. 39-53.
  47. Billet, M.T. and Miaomiao Yu, Asymmetric Information, Financial Reporting, and Open Market Share Repurchases, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  48. Black, Dirk E., Shane S. Dikolli, and Scott Dyreng, CEO Pay-for-Complexity and Opaque Multinational Diversification, AAA Management Accounting Section Meeting Paper
  49. Blankespoor, Elizabeth and Ed DeHaan, CEO Visibility: Are Media Stars Born or Made?, Working Paper
  50. Blaylock, B.S., Do Managers Extract Economically Significant Rents Through Tax Aggressive Transactions?, Working Paper
  51. Borgers, A., Jeroen Derwall, Kees Koedijk, and Jenke ter Horst, Stakeholder Relations and Stock Returns: On Errors in Investors’ Expectations and Learning, Journal of Empirical Finance. 22. pp. 159-175.
  52. Borisova, G., Paul Brockman, Jesus M. Salas, and AndreyZagorchev, Government Ownership and Corporate Governance: Evidence from the EU, Journal of Banking and Finance. 36. pp. 2917-2934.
  53. Boubakri, N. and Hatem Ghouma, Managerial Opportunism, Cost of Debt Financing and Regulation Changes: Evidence from the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Adoption, Working Paper
  54. Bradley, M. and Dong Chen, Corporate Governance and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from Director Limited Liability and Indemnification Provisions, Journal of Corporate Finance. 17. (1). pp. 83-107.
  55. Brennan, T.J., Cash-Flow and Market Response to Repatriation, 3rd Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Papers
  56. Brennan, T.J., Where the Money Really Went: A New Understanding of the AJCA Tax Holiday, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 13-35
  57. Brick, I.E., Oded Palmon, and John K. Wald, Too Much Pay-Performance Sensitivity?, Review of Economics and Statistics (Forthcoming)
  58. Brink, A.G., Nonprofessional Investors’ Perceptions of Corporate Governance Factors, Journal of Accounting, Ethics & Public Policy. 14. (2). pp. 289-330.
  59. Brisker, E.R., Gonul Colak, and David R. Peterson, Changes in Cash Holdings Around the S&P 500 Additions, Journal of Banking & Finance. 37. (5). pp. 1787-1807.
  60. Brown, L.D. and Marcus L. Caylor, Corporate Governance and Firm Valuation, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. 25. (4). pp. 409-434.
  61. Brown, L.D. and Yen-Jung Lee, The Relation Between Corporate Governance and CEOs’ Equity Grants, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (Forthcoming)
  62. Brown, N.C., Jared D. Smith, Roger White, and Chad J. Zutter, Greased Wheels or Just Greased Palms: Political Corruption and Firm Value, Working Paper
  63. Bruno, V. and Stijn Claessens, Corporate Governance and Regulation: Can There be too Much of a Good Thing?, Journal of Financial Intermediation (Forthcoming)
  64. Burg, V., Jochen Pierk, and Tobias Scheinert, Big Bath Accounting and CEO Overconfidence, Working Paper
  65. Burns, N. and Jan Jindra, Political Spending and Shareholder Wealth: The Effect of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling in Citizens United, American Politics Research (Online)
  66. Burns, N. and Kristina Minnick, Does Say on Pay Matter? Evidence from Say-on-Pay Proposals in the United States, Working Paper
  67. Byun, S.K. and Jong-Min Oh, Publicity of Corporate Social Responsibility and Shareholder Wealth, Working Paper
  68. Cai, J., Jacqueline L. Garner, and Ralph A. Walking, A Paper Tiger? An Empirical Analysis of Majority Voting, Journal of Corporate Finance. 21. pp. 119-135.
  69. Cai, J. and Ralph A. Walking, Shareholders’ Say on Pay: Does it Create Value?, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  70. Cai, J., Jacqueline L. Garner, and Ralph A. Walking, Electing Directors, Journal of Finance (Forthcoming)
  71. Cai, J., Yiming Qian, and Yixin Liu, Information Asymmetry and Corporate Governance, Drexel College of Business Research Paper No. 2008-02
  72. Campbell, T.L. II and Melissa B. Frye, Venture Capitalist Monitoring: Evidence from Governance Structures, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (Forthcoming)
  73. Cazier, R.A., Financial Regulation in Geographically-Segmented Executive Labor Markets: Evidence from TARP, International Review of Financial Analysis. 35. pp. 219-229.
  74. Cella, C., Institutional Investors and Corporate Investment, Working Paper
  75. Chae, J., Dong Wook Lee, and Shu Feng Wang, Takeover Vulnerability and the Behavior of Short-Term Stock Returns, Journal of Corporate Finance (Forthcoming)
  76. Chae, J., Dong Wook Lee, and Shu Feng Wang, Does a Firm’s Takeover Vulnerability Cause Its Stock Price to Deviate from Random Walks?, Working Paper
  77. Chahine, S. and Marc Goergen, The Effects of Management-Board Ties on IPO Performance, ECGI – Finance Working Paper No. 348/2013
  78. Chahine, S. and Mohamad Jamal Zeidan, Corporate Governance and Market Performance of Parent Firms Following Equity Carve-Out Announcements, Journal of Management & Governance. 18. (2). pp. 471-503.
  79. Chakraborty, A., Zaur Rzakhanov, and Shahbaz A. Sheikh, Antitakeover Provisions, Managerial Entrenchment and Firm Innovation, Journal of Economics and Business. 72. pp. 30-43.
  80. Chan, K., Josef Lakonishok, and Theodore Sougiannis, Stock Market Valuation of R&D Expenditures – The Role of Corporate Governance, 31 Pacific-Basin Finance Journal pp. 78-93
  81. Chang, X. and Hong Feng Zhang, Managerial Entrenchment and Firm Value: A Dynamic Perspective, Working Paper
  82. Chang, Y., Robin K. Chou, and Tai-Hsin Huang, Corporate Governance and the Dynamics of Capital Structure: New Evidence, 25th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference
  83. Chava, S., Praveen Kumar, and Arthur Warga, Managerial Moral Hazard and Bond Covenants, Working Paper
  84. Chemmanur, T.J. and Xuan Tian, Do Anti-Takeover Provisions Spur Corporate Innovation?, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  85. Chemmanur, T.J., Bradford D. Jordan, Mark H. Liu, and Qun Wu, Antitakeover Provisions in Corporate Spin-Offs, Journal of Banking & Finance. 34. (4). pp. 813-824.
  86. Chen, D., Classified Boards, the Cost of Debt, and Firm Performance, Journal of Banking & Finance. 36. (12). pp. 3346-3365.
  87. Chen, D., and Yudan Zheng, CEO Tenure and Risk-Taking, Global Business and Finance Review. 19. (1). pp. 1-27.
  88. Chen, H. and Shaojun Jenny Chen, Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity Cannot be a Good Measure of Financial Constraints: Evidence from the Time Series, Journal of Financial Economics (Forthcoming)
  89. Chen, H., David C. Parsley, and Ya-wen Yang, Corporate Lobbying and Financial Performance, MPRA Paper No. 21114
  90. Chen, K.C.W., Zhihong Chen, and K.C. John Wei, Agency Costs of Free Cash Flow and the Effect of Shareholder Rights on the Implied Cost of Equity Capital, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  91. Chen, S.-S., Yong-Chin Liu, and I-Ju Chen, Long-Run Stock Performance and its Determinants for Asset Buyers, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting. 41. (5-6). pp. 685-716.
  92. Chen, T., Vidhi Chhaochharia, and Rik Sen, Holdings on for Good Times: The Information Content of the CEO’s Voluntary Equity Exposure, Working Paper
  93. Chen, X., Qiang Cheng, and Zhonglan Dai, Family Ownership and CEO Turnovers, Contemporary Accounting Research. 30. (3). pp. 1166-1190.
  94. Chen, Z., Yuan Huang, and K.C. John Wei, Executive Pay Disparity and the Cost of Equity Capital, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  95. Chen, Z., Why Do Firms Buy Multiple Ratings?, European Finance Association Annual Meeting
  96. Cheng, Ing-Haw, Harrison G. Hong, and Jose A. Scheinkman, Yesterday’s Heroes: Compensation and Creative Risk-Taking, NBER Working Paper No. w16176
  97. Cheng, X., Lei Gao, Janice E. Lawrence, and David B. Smith, SEC Division of Corporation Finance Monitoring and CEO Power, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. 33. (1). pp. 29-56.
  98. Chi, J.D., and D. Scott Lee, The Conditional Nature of the Value of Corporate Governance, Journal of Banking & Finance. 34. (2). pp. 350-361.
  99. Chidambaran, N.K., Darius Palia, and Udan Zheng, Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from Large Governance Changes, Working Paper
  100. Choe, C., Gloria Yuan Tian, and Xiangkang Yin, CEO Power and the Structure of CEO Pay, International Review of Financial Analysis (Forthcoming)
  101. Chou, J., Lillian K. Ng, and Qinghai Wang, Do Governance Mechanisms Matter for Mutual Funds?, Working Paper
  102. Chung, J.-W., Boochun Jung, and Duri Park, Has the Value of Cash Increased Over Time?, Working Paper
  103. Cicero, D.C., M. Babajide Wintoki, and Tina Yang, How Do Public Companies Adjust Their Board Structures?, Journal of Corporate Finance (Forthcoming)
  104. Clifford, C.P. and Laura Anne Lindsey, Blockholder Compensation, Activism, and Efficacy, Working Paper
  105. Coates, J.C. IV, Corporate Governance and Corporate Political Activity: What Effect Will Citizens United Have on Shareholder Wealth?, Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper No. 684
  106. Coates, J.C. IV, Corporate Politics, Governance, and Value Before and After Citizens United, Working Paper
  107. Colonello, S., Executive Compensation, Macroeconomic Conditions, and Cash Flow Cyclicality, Working Paper
  108. Cremers, M. and Allen Ferrell, Thirty Years of Shareholder Rights and Firm Valuation, Journal of Finance (Forthcoming)
  109. Cremers, M., Lucian A. Bebchuk, and Urs Peyer, CEO Centrality, Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper No. 601
  110. Cremers, M., Vinay B. Nair, and Urs Peyer, Takeover Defenses and Competition, 2nd Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper
  111. De Angelis, D. and Yaniv Grinstein, Pay for the Right Performance, Johnson School Research Paper Series No. 03-2011
  112. De Angelis, D. and Yaniv Grinstein, Relative Performance Evaluation in CEO Compensation: Evidence from the 2006 Disclosure Rules, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  113. Derrien, F., Ambrus Kecskes, and David Thesmar, Investor Horizons and Corporate Policies, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  114. Devos, E., W.B. Elliott, and R.S. Warr, CEO Opportunism? Option Grants and Stock Trades Around Stock Splits, Journal of Accounting and Economics. 60. (1). pp. 18-35.
  115. Dey, A., Ellen Engel, and Xiaohui Liu, CEO and Board Chair Roles: To Split or Not to Split, Chicago Booth Research Paper No. 09-23
  116. Diavatopoulos, D. and Andy Fodor, Does Corporate Governance Matter for Equity Returns?, Working Paper
  117. Dikolli, S.S., Susan L. Kulp, and Karen L. Sedatole, The Use of Contract Adjustments to Lengthen the CEO Horizon in the Presence of Internal and External Monitoring, Journal of Management Accounting Research. 25. (1). pp. 199-229.
  118. Dikolli, S.S., William J. Mayew, and Dhananjay Nanda, CEO Tenure and the Performance-Turnover Relation, Review of Accounting Studies. 19. (1). pp. 281-327.
  119. Dittman, I. and Ko-Chia Yu, How Important are Risk-Taking Incentives in Executive Compensation?, Working Paper
  120. Dittmar, A.K. and Jan Mahrt-Smith, Corporate Governance and the Value of Cash Holdings, Journal of Financial Economics. 83. (3). pp. 599-634.
  121. D’Mello, R. and Mark Gruskin, Are the Benefits of Debt Declining? The Decreasing Propensity of Firms to be Adequately Levered, Journal of Corporate Finance. 29. pp. 327-350.
  122. Duchin, R. and Breno Schmidt, Riding the Merger Wave, Journal of Financial Economics (Forthcoming)
  123. Duchin, R., Thomas Gilbert, Jarrad Harford, and Christopher M. Hrdlicka, Precautionary Savings with Risky Assets: When Cash is Not Cash, Working Paper
  124. Duchin, R., Cash Holdings and Corporate Diversification, Journal of Finance (Forthcoming)
  125. Duru, A., Dechun Wang, and Yijian Zhao, Staggered Boards, Corporate Opacity and Firm Value, Journal of Banking and Finance. 37. (2). pp. 341-360.
  126. Dutordoir, M., Norman C. Strong, and Marius C. Ziegan, Does Corporate Governance Influence Convertible Bond Issuance?, Working Paper
  127. Eberhart, R., Corporate Governance Systems and Firm Value: Empirical Evidence from Japan’s Natural Experiment, Journal of Asia Business Studies. 6. (2). pp. 176-196.
  128. Egger, P. and Doina Radulescu, A Test of the Bolton-Scheinkman-Xiong Hypothesis of How Speculation Affects the Vesting Time of Options Granted to Directors, Journal of Corporate Finance. 29. pp. 511-519.
  129. Eisdorfer, A., Carmelo Giaccotto, and Reilly White, Capital Structure, Executive Compensation, and Investment Efficiency, Journal of Banking & Finance. 37. (2). pp. 549-562.
  130. El-Khatib, Rwan, Kathy Fogel, and Thomas Jandik, CEO Network Centrality and Merger Performance, Journal of Financial Economics. 116. (2). pp. 349-382.
  131. El Ghoul, S., Omrane Guedhami, Yang Ni, Jeffery Pitman, Samir Saadi, Does Information Asymmetry Matter to Equity Pricing? Evidence from Firms’ Geographic Location, Contemporary Accounting Research (Forthcoming)
  132. Elyasiani, E. and Ling Zhang, CEO Entrenchment and Corporate Liquidity Management, Journal of Banking & Finance 54 pp. 115-128
  133. Engelberg, J., Pengjie Gao, and Christopher A. Parsons, The Price of a CEO’s Rolodex, Working Paper
  134. Ertimur, Y., Fabrizio Ferri, and David Oesch, Does the Director Election System Matter? Evidence from Majority Voting, Working Paper
  135. Ertimur, Y., Fabrizio Ferri, and Volkan Muslu, Shareholder Activism and CEO Pay, Review of Financial Studies. 24. (2). pp. 535-592.
  136. Fahlenbrach, R., Shareholder Rights, Boards, and CEO Compensation, Review of Finance. 13. (1). pp. 81-113.
  137. Farag, H., Chris Mallin, and Kean Ow-Yong, Governance, Ownership Structure, and Performance of Entrepreneurial IPOs in AIM Companies, Corporate Governance: An International Review. 22. (2). pp. 100-115.
  138. Farrell, K.A., Jin Yu, and Yi Zhang, What are the Characteristics of Firms that Engage in Earnings per Share Management through Share Repurchases?, Corporate Governance: An International Review. 21. (4). pp. 334-350.
  139. Fauver, L and Andy Naranjo, Derivative Usage and Firm Value: The Influence of Agency Costs and Monitoring Problems, Journal of Corporate Finance. 16. (5). pp. 719-735.
  140. Ferrell, A., Hao Liang, and Luc Renneboog, Socially Responsible Firms, European Corporate Governance Institute – Finance Working Paper No. 432/2014
  141. Fields, P.L., Donald R. Fraser, and Avandihar Subrahmanyam, Board Quality and the Cost of Debt Capital: The Case of Bank Loans, Mays Business School Research Paper No. 2011-3
  142. Fisman, R., Rakesh Khurana, and Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, Governance and CEO Turnover: Do Something or Do the Right Thing?, EFA Moscow Meetings Paper
  143. Fogel, Shao, and Yeager, Board Risk Oversight, Hedging Intensity, and the Idiosyncratic Risk of U.S. Banks, published in Risk management and corporate governance (2012) pp. 117-130.
  144. Fos, V. and Wei Jiang, Out-of-the-Money CEOs: Private Control Premium and Option Exercises, Columbia Business School Research Paper No. 13-82
  145. Francassi, C. and Geoffrey A. Tate, External Networking and Internal Firm Governance, Journal of Finance. 67. (1). pp. 153-194.
  146. Francis, B., Iftekhar Hasan, and Qiang Wu, The Benefits of Conservative Accounting to Shareholders: Evidence from the Financial Crisis, Accounting Horizons. 27. (2). pp. 319-346.
  147. Francis, B., Iftekhar Hasan, and Xian Sun, CEO Compensation and Covenant Violations, Working Paper
  148. Francis, B., Iftekhar Hasan, and Xian Sun, CEO Political Affiliation and Firms’ Tax Avoidance, Working Paper
  149. Francis, B., Iftekhar Hasan, John Kose, and Maya Waisman, The Effect of State Antitakeover Laws on the Firm’s Bondholders, Journal of Financial Economics (Forthcoming)
  150. Francis, B., Iftekhar Hasan, and Maya Waisman, Does Geography Matter to Bondholders?, 21st Australasian Finance and Banking Conference Paper
  151. Fricke, E., Capital Investment and Stock Returns: An Alternative Test of Investment Frictions, Working Paper
  152. Fu, F., Leming Lin, and Micah S. Officer, Acquisitions Driven by Stock Overvaluation: Are They Good Deals?, Journal of Financial Economics. 109. pp. 24-39.
  153. Fu, H. and Xiaoyun Yu, Is Board Structure One-Size-Fits-All? The Unintended Informational Consequence of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Working Paper
  154. Gao, H., Jarrad Harford, and Kai Li, Determinants of Corporate Cash Policy: Insights from Private Firms, Journal of Financial Economics (Forthcoming)
  155. Gao, N., The Motives of Cash Reserve and Bidder Cash Reserve Effects, International Review of Financial Analysis. 37. pp. 73-88.
  156. Ghosh, C. and Milena Petrova, Does Deregulation Induce Competition in the Market for Corporate Control? The Special Case of Banking, Journal of Banking & Finance. 37. (12). pp. 5220-5235.
  157. Giroud, X. and Holger M. Mueller, Corporate Governance, Product Market Competition, and Equity Prices, NYU Working Paper No. FIN-08-017
  158. Giroud, X. and Holger M. Mueller, Does Corporate Governance Matter in Competitive Industries?, NBER Working Paper No. w14877
  159. Gong, J.J. and Siyi Li, CEO Incentives and Earnings Prediction, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (Forthcoming)
  160. Gong, J.J., Examining Shareholder Value Creation Over CEO Tenure: A New Approach to Testing Effectiveness of Executive Compensation, Journal of Management Accounting Research (Forthcoming)
  161. Gopalan, R., Todd T. Milbourn, and Fenghua Song, Strategic Flexibility and the Optimality of Pay for Luck, Working Paper
  162. Gopalan, R., Todd T. Milbourn, and Fenghua Song, Strategic Flexibility and the Optimality of Pay for Sector Performance, Review of Financial Studies (Forthcoming)
  163. Gopalan, R., Todd T. Milbourn, Fenghua Song, and Anjan V. Thakor, The Optimal Duration of Executive Compensation: Theory and Evidence, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  164. Gormley, T.A. and David A. Matsa, Growing Out of Trouble? Corporate Responses to Liability Risk, Review of Financial Studies. 24. (8). pp. 2781-2821.
  165. Greene, W.H., Abigail S. Hornstein, Lawrence J. White, and Bernard Yin Yeung, Multinationals Do It Better: Evidence on the Efficiency of Corporations Capital Budgeting, Journal of Empirical Finance. 16. (5). pp. 703-720.
  166. Grinstein, Y., David Weinbaum, and Nir Yehuda, The Economic Consequences of Perk Disclosure, AFA Denver Meetings Paper
  167. Gu, Lifeng and Dirk Hackbarth, Governance and Equity Prices: Does Transparency Matter?, Review of Finance (Forthcoming)
  168. Guedj, I. and Amir Barnea, Director Networks, EFA Ljubljana Meetings Paper
  169. Guenster, N., Performance Implications of SR Investing: Past versus Future, Socially Responsible Finance and Investing: Financial Institutions, Corporations, Investors, and Activist. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012).
  170. Guo, B., Lobby or Contribute? – The Impact of Corporate Governance on Firms’ Political Strategies, Working Paper
  171. Guo, L., Patrick A. Lach, and Shawn Mobbs, Tradeoffs between Internal and External Governance: Evidence from Exogenous Regulatory Shocks, Financial Management (Forthcoming)
  172. Guo, R., Timothy A. Kruse, and Tom Nohel, Undoing the Powerful Anti-Takeover Force of Staggered Boards, 2nd Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper
  173. Hagendorff, J. and Francesco Vallascas, CEO Pay Incentives and Risk-Taking: Evidence from Bank Acquisitions, Journal of Corporate Finance. 17. (4). pp. 1078-1095.
  174. Harford, J., Sandy Klasa, and William F. Maxwell, Refinancing Risk and Cash Holdings, Journal of Finance (Forthcoming)
  175. Harford, J., Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Ronan Powell, The Sources of Value Destruction in Acquisitions by Entrenched Managers, Journal of Financial Economics. 106. (2). pp. 247-261.
  176. Harford, J., Dirk Jenter, and Kai Li, Conflicts of Interest Among Shareholders: The Case of Corporate Acquisitions, NBER Working Paper No. 13274
  177. Harford, J., Kai Li, and Xinlei Shelly Zhao, Corporate Boards and the Leverage and Debt Maturity Choices, Working Paper
  178. Harford, J., Sattar Mansi, and William F. Maxwell, Corporate Governance and Firm Cash Holdings, AFA Boston Meetings Paper
  179. Hegde, S.P. and Dev R. Mishra, Strategic Risk-Taking and Value Creation: Evidence from the Market for Corporate Control, Working Paper
  180. Hoppe, F. and Frank Moers, The Choice of Different Types of Subjectivity in CEO Annual Bonus Contracts, Accounting Review. 86. (6). pp. 2023-2046.
  181. Huang, H.H., Weimin Wang, and Jian Zhou, Shareholder Rights, Insider Ownership and Earnings Management, Abacus. 49. (1) pp 46-73.
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