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Links to 1002 Studies that Use the Entrenchment Index (Bebchuk, Cohen, and Ferrell, 2009)
  1. Abernathy, John L., Brooke Beyer, Adi Masli, and Chad Stefaniak, The Association between Characteristics of Audit Committee Accounting Experts, Audit Committee Chairs, and Financial Reporting Timeliness, 30(2) Advances in Accounting pp. 283-297 (2014)
  2. 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
  3. Adjei, Frederick, The Effects of Cash Holdings on Corporate Performance During a Credit Crunch: Evidence from the Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis, 37(2) Journal of Economics and Finance pp. 188-199 (2013)
  4. 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
  5. Afonso, E.L. and M. Babajide Wintoki, Explaining the Staggered Board Discount, (Working Paper)
  6. Aggarwal, R.K., Huijing Fu, and Yihui Pan, An Empirical Investigation of Internal Governance, AFA Denver Meetings Paper
  7. Agha, Mahmoud, Man Pham, and Jing Yu, Management Connectedness and Corporate Investment, (Working Paper)
  8. Agrawal, A. and Tareque Nasser, Blockholders on Boards and CEO Compensation, Turnover and Firm Valuation, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  9. Agrawal, Anup and Tareque Nasser, Corporate Financial and Investment Policies in the Presence of a Blockholder on the Board, 8(3) Quarterly Journal of Finance pp. 1-59 (2018)
  10. Ahn, S. and Keshab Shrestha, The Differential Effects of Classified Boards on Firm Value, Journal of Banking & Finance. 37. (11). pp. 3993-4013.
  11. Ahn, Seoungpil and Jaiho Chung, Cash Holdings, Corporate Governance, and Acquirer Returns, 1 Financial Innovation 13 (2015)
  12. Ahn, Seoungpil, Shareholder Rights and Bidder Returns: The Impact of Market Learnings and M&A Activity, (Working Paper)
  13. Akbas, Ferhat, Rebecca N. Hann, M. Fikret Polat, and Musa Subasi, Director Networks and Managerial Response to Non-Fundamental Price Shocks, (Working Paper)
  14. Aktas, Nihat, Christodoulos Louca, and Dimitris Petmezas, CEO Overconfidence and the Value of Corporate Cash Holdings, 54 Journal of Corporate Finance pp. 85-106 (2019)
  15. Akyol, A.C, Jin San Kim, and Chander Shekhar, The Causes and Consequences of Accelerated Stock Repurchases, International Review of Finance (Forthcoming)
  16. 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.
  17. Albert, Michael, Executive Compensation and Firm Leverage, (Working Paper)
  18. Albuquerque, A.M., Gus De Franco, and Rodrigo S. Verdi, Peer Choice in CEO Compensation, Journal of Financial Economics. 108. (1). pp. 160-181.
  19. Albuquerque, Ana, Mary Ellen Carter, and Luann J. Lynch, Do Shareholders Welcome Court Intervention in CEO Pay Matters?, (Working Paper)
  20. Albuquerque, Rui A., Zicheng Lei, Jörg Rocholl, and Chendi Zhang, Institutional Investors and Corporate Political Activism, (Working Paper)
  21. Alexandridis, G., N. Antypas, and N. Travlos, Value Creation from M&As: New Evidence, 45 Journal of Corporate Finance pp. 632-650 (2017)
  22. Almaqoushi, Wael and Ronan Powell, Audit Committee Indices, Firm Value, and Accounting Outcomes, (Working Paper)
  23. Alok, Shashwat and Radhakrishnan Gopalan, Managerial Compensation in Multidivision Firms, 64(6) Management Science pp. 2856-2874 (2018)
  24. Alok, Shashwat, Felipe Cortes, and Radhakrishnan Gopalan, Stock Price Informativeness and Executive Compensation, (Working Paper)
  25. Al-Taweel, AbdulRahman M., Corporate Governance and Employee Pensions, (Working Paper)
  26. Amihud, Yakov, Markus Schmid, and Steven Davidoff Solomon, Settling the Staggered Board Debate, 166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review pp. 1475-1510 (2018)
  27. Amir, Eli, Shai Levi, and Tsafrir Livne, Do Firms Underreport Information on Cyber-Attacks? Evidence from Capital Markets, 23(3) Review of Accounting Studies pp. 1177-1206 (2018)
  28. 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
  29. Amiram, D., Debt Contracts, Loss Given Default and Accounting Information, (Working Paper)
  30. Amiram, Dan and Edward Owens, Private Benefits Extraction and the Opposing Effects of Income Smoothing on Private Debt Contracts, (Working Paper)
  31. Amiram, Dan and Edward Ownes, Sign Reversal in the Relationship between Income Smoothing and Cost of Debt, 45(1-2) Journal of Business Finance & Accounting pp. 40-71 (2018)
  32. Amiraslani, Hami, Karl V. Lins, Henri Servaes, and Ane Tamayo, A Matter of Trust? The Bond Market Benefits of Corporate Social Capital During the Financial Crisis, (Working Paper)
  33. Amiraslani, Hami, Peter F. Pope, and Ane M. Tamayo, Balance Sheet Quality and Public Debt Contracting, (Working Paper)
  34. Amiraslani, Hami, Essays on Debt Contracting, (Working Paper)
  35. 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).
  36. Ammari, Aymen, Ahmed Bouteska, and Boutheina Regaieg, CEO Entrenchment and Performance: New Evidence Using Nonlinear Principal Component Analysis, (Working Paper)
  37. Anderson, Mark C. and Volkan Muslu, Implications of Ex Post Estimation Error in CEO Option Grants, (Working Paper)
  38. Anderson, Mark C. and Volkan Muslu, On the Quality of CEO Option Pay Estimates, (Working Paper)
  39. Anderson, Ronald C., Mihir N. Mehta, David M. Reeb, and Wanli Zhao, Family-Friendly Directors, (Working Paper)
  40. Ang, James, Abe de Jong, and Marieke van der Poel, Does Familiarity with Business Segments Affect CEO's Divestment Decisions?, 29 Journal of Corporate Finance pp. 58-74 (2014)
  41. Anginer, Deniz, Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Harry Huizinga, and Kebin Ma, Corporate Governance of Banks and Financial Stability, 130(2) Journal of Financial Economics pp. 327-346 (2018)
  42. Anginer, Deniz, M. P. Narayanan, Cindy A. Schipani, and H. Nejat Seyhun, Should Size Matter When Regulating Firms - Implications from Backdating of Executive Options, 15 N.Y.U. Journal of Legislation and Public Policy pp. 1-44 (2012)
  43. Anguir, Iness, Essays on Director Liability Protection and Joint Ventures, (Working Paper)
  44. Antenucci, Robert P., Impact of Corporate Governance, Excess CEO Compensation, and CEO Stock Option Grants on Firm Performance During Recessionary Periods, (Working Paper)
  45. Anthony, Andrea, Agency Problems and Cash Savings from Equity Issuance, (Working Paper)
  46. Appel, Ian, Governance by Litigation, (Working Paper)
  47. Ashbaugh, Hollis, Daniel W. Collins, and Ryan LaFond, Corporate Governance and the Cost of Equity Capital, (Working Paper)
  48. Ashraf, R. and Narayanan Jayaraman, Determinants and Consequences of Proxy Voting by Mutual Funds on Shareholder Proposals, (Working Paper)
  49. Ashraf, R., Rajesh Chakrabarti, Richard Fu, and Narayanan Jayaraman, Takeover Immunity, Takeovers and the Market for Non-Executive Directors, (Working Paper)
  50. Atanasova, Christina and Mingxin Li, Do All Diversified Firms Hold Less Cash? The Role of Product Market Competition, 59 Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money pp. 134-152 (2019)
  51. Athanasakou, Vasiliki and Per Olsson, Earnings Quality, Corporate Governance, and Earnings Quality, (Working Paper)
  52. Atif, Muhammad, Benjamin Liu, and Allen Huang, Does Board Gender Diversity Affect Corporate Cash Holdings?, 46 (7-8) Journal of Business Finance & Accounting pp. 1003-1029 (2019)
  53. Au, Shiu-Yik, Ming Dong, and Andreanne Tremblay, Employee Flexibility, Exogenous Risk, and Firm Value, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis pp. 1-65 (2019)
  54. Au, Shiu-Yik, Essays on Corporate Intangibles and Misconduct, (Working Paper)
  55. Augustin, P., Menachem Brenner, Jianfeng Hu, and Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Are Corporate Spin-Offs Prone to Insider Trading?, (Working Paper)
  56. Augustin, Patrick, Menachem Brenner, Jianfeng Hu, and Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Are Corporate Spin-Offs Prone to Insider Trading?, (Working Paper)
  57. Aune, Jens Christian and Peter Riise, Market Reactions to CEO Turnovers: Empirical Study on the Market Reaction to a CEO Turnover, (Working Paper)
  58. Autore, D.M., Tunde Kovacs, and Vivek Singh, Do Analyst Recommendations Reflect Shareholder Rights?, (Working Paper)
  59. Autore, Don M., Jeffrey Hobbs, Tunde Kovacs, and Vivek Singh, Do Shareholder Rights Influence the Direct Costs of Issuing Seasoned Equity?, 52 Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting pp. 1-33 (2019)
  60. Ayadi, Mohamed Martin I. Kusy, Minyoung Pyo, and Samir Trabelsi, Corporate Social Responsibility, (Working Paper)
  61. Ayers, B.C., Stacie Kelley Laplante, and Casey M. Schwab, Does Tax Deferral Enhance Firm Value?, (Working Paper)
  62. 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.
  63. Baber, W.R. and Lihong Liang, Associations Between Internal and External Corporate Governance Characteristics and the Consequences of Regulating Governance Practices, (Working Paper)
  64. 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
  65. Bach, Laurent and Daniel Metzger, The Dark Side of Shareholder Activism: Evidence from CEO Turnovers, (Working Paper)
  66. 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.
  67. Bae, Kee-Hong, Sadok El Ghoul, Omrane Guedhami, Chuck C.Y. Kwok, and Ying Zheng, Does Corporate Social Responsibility Reduce the Costs of High Leverage? Evidence from Capital Structure and Product Market Interactions, 100 Journal of Banking & Finance pp. 135-150 (2019)
  68. Bae, Sung C., Kiyoung Chang, and Ha-Chin Yi, Are More Corporate Social Investments Better? Evidence of Non-Linearity Effect on Costs of U.S. Bank Loans, 38 Global Finance Journal pp. 82-96 (2018)
  69. Bai, John, Eunju Lee, and Chi Zhang, Capital Market Frictions and Human Capital Investment: Evidence from Workplace Safety around Regulation SHO, (Working Paper)
  70. Bajra, Ujkan, The Effect of Corporate Governance Quality and Alternative Regulatory Policies on Earnings Management: Evidence from European Companies Cross-Listed in the U.S.A., (Working Paper)
  71. Balasubramanian, Natarajan, Ravi Dharwadkar, and Jagadeesh Sivadasan, Running to Stand Still: Dimensions of Firm Growth and Governance, (Working Paper)
  72. 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)
  73. Baloria, V.P., Kenneth J. Klassen, and Christine I. Wiedman, Shareholder Activism and Political Spending, CAAA Annual Conference Paper
  74. Baloria, Vishal P., Kenneth J. Klassen, and Christine I. Wiedman, Shareholder Activism and Voluntary Disclosure Initiation: The Case of Political Spending, 36(2) Contemporary Accounting Research pp. 904-933 (2019)
  75. Banerjee, S., Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram K. Nanda, CEO Overconfidence and Share Repurchases, 26th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference
  76. 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)
  77. Banerjee, Suman, Lili Dai, Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram Nanda, Executive Confidence and New CEO Selection, (Working Paper)
  78. Banerjee, Suman, Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram Nanda, CEO Overconfidence and Repurchases, (Working Paper)
  79. Banerjee, Suman, Mark Humphery-Jenner, and Vikram Nanda, Does CEO Bias Escalate Repurchase Activity?, 93 Journal of Banking & Finance pp. 105-126 (2018)
  80. Banerjee, Suman, Mark Humphery-Jenner, Vikram Nanda, and Mandy Tham, Why Doe Executives Commit 'Fraud on the Market'? Executive Overconfidence and Securities Class Actions, (Working Paper)
  81. Banerjee, Suman, Ron Masulis, and Arun Upadhyay, Mitigating Effects of Gender Diverse Boards in Companies Managed by Overconfident CEOs, (Working Paper)
  82. 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.
  83. Baranchuk, N., Robert L. Kieschnick, and Rabih Moussawi, Motivating Innovation in Newly Public Firms, (Working Paper)
  84. Barclay, M.J, Clifford G. Holderness, and Dennis P. Sheehan, Dividends and Corporate Shareholders, The Review of Financial Studies. 22. (6). pp. 2423-2455.
  85. Barko, Tamas, Martijn Cremers, and Luc Renneboog, Shareholder Engagement on Environmental, Social, and Governance Performance, (Working Paper)
  86. Barko, Tamas, Activism on Corporate Social Responsibility, (Working Paper)
  87. Barnea, Amir and Ilan Guedj, But, Mom, All the Other Kids Have One!' - CEO Compensation and Director Networks, (Working Paper)
  88. Barrero, Jose Maria, The Micro and Macro of Managerial Beliefs, (Working Paper)
  89. Barrios, John Manuel, Marco Fasan, and Dhananjay Nanda, Is Corporate Social Responsibility an Agency Problem? Evidence from CEO Turnovers, (Working Paper)
  90. Barzuza, M., and David C. Smith, What Happens in Nevada? Self-Selecting into a Lax Law, The Review of Financial Studies (Online)
  91. Bates, T.W. and David A. Becher, Bid Resistance by Takeover Targets: Managerial Bargaining or Bad Faith?, AFA Chicago Meetings Paper
  92. Bauguess, S.W., and Mike Stegmoller, Protective Governance Choices and the Value of Acquisition Activity, Journal of Corporate Finance. 14. (5). pp. 550-566.
  93. Baulkaran, V., Management Entrenchment and the Valuation Discount of Dual Class Firms, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. 54. (1). pp. 70-81.
  94. Baulkaran, Vishaal, Management Entrenchment and the Valuation Discount of Dual Class Firms, 54 Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance pp. 70-81 (2014)
  95. Baum, Christopher F., Atreya Chakraborty, and Boyan Liu, The Impact of Macroeconomic Uncertainty on Firms' Changes in Financial Leverage, 15 International Journal of Finance & Economics pp. 22-30 (2010)
  96. Baxamusa, Mufaddal, Abu Jalal, and Anand Jha, It Pays to Partner with a Firm that Writes Annual Reports Well, 92 Journal of Banking & Finance pp. 13-34 (2018)
  97. Bayar, Onur, Fariz Huseynov, and Sabuhi Sardarli, Corporate Governance, Tax Avoidance, and Financial Constraints, 47(3) Financial Management pp. 651-677 (2018)
  98. Bayar, Tumennasan, Marcia Millon Cornett, Otgontsetseg Erhemjamts, An Examination of the Relation between Strategic Interaction among Industry Firms and Firm Performance, 87 Journal of Banking & Finance pp. 248-263 (2018)
  99. Beavers, Randy, What Matters Most in CEO Compensation?, (Working Paper)
  100. 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.
  101. 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.
  102. Bebchuk, L.A., Martijn Cremers, and Urs Peyer, Pay Distribution in the Top Executive Team, Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper No. 574
  103. Becher, D.A. and Jennifer L. Juergens, Do Acquirer CEO Incentives Impact Mergers?, (Working Paper)
  104. 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
  105. Bennett, Benjamin, Gerald T. Garvey, Todd T. Milbourn, and Zexi Wang, Why Do Firms Use Equity-Based Pay? Managerial Compensation and Price Informativeness, (Working Paper)
  106. Benson, Bradley W., Subramanian Rama Iyer, Kristopher J. Kemper, and Jing Zhao, Director Networks and Credit Ratings, 53(2) Financial Review pp. 301-336 (2018)
  107. 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.
  108. Benton, Richard A. and J. Adam Cobb, Eyes on the Horizon? Fragmented Elites and the Short-Term Focus of the American Corporation, 124 (6) American Journal of Sociology pp. 1631-1684 (2019)
  109. Benton, Richard A. and Jihae You, Endogenous Dynamics in Contentious Fields: Evidence from the Shareholder Activism Network, 2006-2013, 3 Socius pp. 1-22 (2017)
  110. Benton, Richard A. and Jihae You, Governance Monitors or Market Rebels? Heterogeneity in Shareholder Activism, 17(3) Strategic Organization pp. 281-310 (2019)
  111. Benton, Richard A., Brokerage and Closure in Corporate Control: Shifting Sources of Power for a Fractured Corporate Board Network, 40(11) Organization Studies pp. 1631-1656 (2019)
  112. Bereskin, Frederick L., Terry L. Campbell II, and P-Hsuan Hsu, Corporate Philanthropy, Research Networks, and Collaborative Innovation, 45 Financial Management pp. 175-206 (2016)
  113. Berg, Tatjana, Three Essays on Empirical Corporate Finance, (Working Paper)
  114. Bernile, Gennaro and Evgeny Lyandres, The Effects of Horizontal Merger Operating Efficiencies on Rivals, Customers, and Suppliers, 23 Review of Finance pp. 117-160 (2019)
  115. 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.
  116. 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
  117. Betzer, André, Marc Goergen, and Daniel Metzger, Explaining the Disconnection between Stock and Accounting Performance for Individual Acquisitions, (Working Paper)
  118. Bhabra, Gurmeet Singh, Parvinder Kaur, and Ahn Seoungpil, Corporate Governance and the Sensitivity of Investments to Cash Flows, 58(2) Accounting & Finance pp. 367-396 (2018)
  119. Bhabra, Harjeet S. and Ashrafee T. Hossain, Market Conditions, Governance and the Information Content of Insider Trades, 42 Review of Financial Economics pp. 1-11 (2015)
  120. Bhabra, Harjeet Singh and Ashrafee Tanvir Hossain, The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Corporate Acquisitions, 43(4) Managerial Finance pp. 452-470 (2017)
  121. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Corporate Governance and Firm Performance, Journal of Corporate Finance. 14. (3). pp. 257-273.
  122. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Director Ownership, Governance and Performance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 48. (1). pp. 105-135.
  123. Bhagat, S. and Brian Bolton, Sarbanes-Oxley, Governance and Performance, (Working Paper)
  124. Bhagat, S., Brian Bolton, and Jun Lu, Size, Leverage, and Risk-Taking of Financial Institutions, (Working Paper)
  125. Bhagat, Sanjai and Brian Bolton, Board Ownership and Corporate Governance Indices , (Working Paper)
  126. Bhandari, Tara, Making the Most of Good Times: Shareholder Rights and Performance Revisited, (Working Paper)
  127. Bharath, S.T, Sudarshan Jayaraman, and Venky Nagar, Exit as Governance: An Empirical Analysis, The Journal of Finance. 68. (6). pp. 2515-2547.
  128. Bhattacharya, Debarati, Ta-Tun Kao, Wei-Hsien Li, and S. Ghon Rhee, Industry Experience of Board and Acquisition Performance, (Working Paper)
  129. Bhojraj, Sanjeev, Partha Sengupta, and Suning Zhang, Takeover Defenses: Promoting Entrenchment and Efficiency, (Working Paper)
  130. Bick, Patty and Matthew D. Crook, The Effects of Mutual Funds on M&A Compensation, 41 Journal of Financial Research pp. 67-89 (2018)
  131. Bill, F., Hasan Iftekhar, John Kose, and Sharma Zenu, Asymmetric Benchmarking of Pay in Firms, Journal of Corporate Finance. 23. pp. 39-53.
  132. Billet, M.T. and Miaomiao Yu, Asymmetric Information, Financial Reporting, and Open Market Share Repurchases, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (Forthcoming)
  133. Black, Dirk E., Shane S. Dikolli, and Scott Dyreng, CEO Pay-for-Complexity and Opaque Multinational Diversification, AAA Management Accounting Section Meeting Paper
  134. Blanco, Iv´an, Three Essays on Financial Markets, (Working Paper)
  135. Blanco, Iván and David Wehrheim, The Bright Side of Financial Derivatives: Options Trading and Firm Innovation, 125 Journal of Financial Economics pp. 99-119 (2017)
  136. Blanco, Iván, Sergio García, and David Wehrheim, Looking for Transparency: Institutional Ownership and Innovation Disclosure, (Working Paper)
  137. Blankespoor, Elizabeth and Ed deHaan, CEO Visibility: Are Media Stars Born or Made?, (Working Paper)
  138. Blankespoor, Elizabeth and Ed DeHaan, CEO Visibility: Are Media Stars Born or Made?, (Working Paper)
  139. Blaylock, B.S., Do Managers Extract Economically Significant Rents Through Tax Aggressive Transactions?, (Working Paper)
  140. Boehme, Rodney D. and Anthony D. May, Multinational Corporations and Stock Price Crash Risk, 5(4) Journal of Finance & Banking Studies pp. 39-63 (2016)
  141. Boles, Jeffrey, Yevgeniy Davydov, and Jacqueline Volkman-Wise, CEO Overconfidence, Corporate Governance, and the Demand for Directors and Officers Insurance, (Working Paper)
  142. Bonaime, Alice A., Jarrad Harford, and David Moore, Payout Policy Tradeoffs and the Rise of 10b5-1 Preset Repurchase Plans, (Working Paper)
  143. Bonaime, Alice, Huseyin Gulen, and Mihai Ion, Does Policy Uncertainty Affect Mergers and Acquisitions?, 129(3) Journal of Financial Economics pp. 531-558 (2018)
  144. Boone, Audra L., Eliezer M. Fich, and Thomas P. Griffin, Shareholder Litigation and the Information Environment, (Working Paper)
  145. Booth, Laurence and Jun Zhou, Dividend Policy: A Selective Review of Results Around the World, 34 Global Finance Journal pp. 1-15 (2017)
  146. 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.
  147. 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.
  148. Boubakri, N. and Hatem Ghouma, Managerial Opportunism, Cost of Debt Financing and Regulation Changes: Evidence from the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Adoption, (Working Paper)
  149. Bourveau, Thomas and Jordan Schoenfeld, Shareholder Activism and Voluntary Disclosure, 22(3) Review of Accounting Studies pp. 1307-1339 (2017)
  150. Boyallian, Patricia and Pablo Ruiz-Verdú, Leverage, CEO Risk-Taking Incentives, and Bank Failure during the 2007-10 Financial Crisis, 22(5) Review of Finance pp. 1763-1805 (2018)
  151. Boyallian, Patricia, Essays on Corporate Governance and Banking, (Working Paper)
  152. Boylan, Robert, Richard Cebula, Maggie Foley, and Xiaowei Liu, An Analysis of Omitted Shareholder Proposals, 17 Journal of Finance and Accountancy pp. 1-16 (2014)
  153. Boyson, Nicole M. and Pegaret Pichler, Hostile Resistance to Hedge Fund Activism, 32 (2) Review of Financial Studies pp. 771-817 (2019)
  154. 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.
  155. Brander, James A. and Edward J. Egan, The Winner's Curse in Acquisitions of Privately-Held Firms, 65 Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance pp. 249-262 (2017)
  156. Bravo, Francisco, Are Risk Disclosures an Effective Tool to Increase Firm Value?, 38(8) Managerial and Decision Economics pp. 1116-1124 (2017)
  157. Bregnard, Nadège and Carolina Salva, Pension Fund board Governance and Asset Allocation: Evidence from Switzerland, (Working Paper)
  158. Brennan, T.J., Cash-Flow and Market Response to Repatriation, 3rd Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Papers
  159. Brennan, T.J., Where the Money Really Went: A New Understanding of the AJCA Tax Holiday, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 13-35
  160. Brennan, Thomas J., Reinvestment Behavior of Large Repatriating Firms, (Working Paper)
  161. Brick, I.E., Oded Palmon, and John K. Wald, Too Much Pay-Performance Sensitivity?, Review of Economics and Statistics (Forthcoming)
  162. Brink, A.G., Nonprofessional Investors’ Perceptions of Corporate Governance Factors, Journal of Accounting, Ethics & Public Policy. 14. (2). pp. 289-330.
  163. 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.
  164. Brochet, Francois, Fabrizio Ferri, and Greg Miller, Stock Returns before Contentious Shareholder Votes, (Working Paper)
  165. Brochet, François, Peter Limbach, Markus Schmid, and Meik Scholz-Daneshgari, CEO Tenure and Firm Value, (Working Paper)
  166. Brooks, Lily, Political Connection and the Demand for Industry Specialist Auditors, 5 Accounting and Finance Research pp. 210-231 (2016)
  167. Brown, Craig O., Double Trouble: CEO Overconfidence and Analyst Forecast Optimism, (Working Paper)
  168. Brown, Craig, Coordinated Enticement: Analyst Optimism and CEO Optimism, (Working Paper)
  169. Brown, L.D. and Marcus L. Caylor, Corporate Governance and Firm Valuation, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. 25. (4). pp. 409-434.
  170. Brown, L.D. and Yen-Jung Lee, The Relation Between Corporate Governance and CEOs’ Equity Grants, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (Forthcoming)
  171. 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)
  172. Brown, Nerissa C., Jared D. Smith, Roger M. White, and Chad J. Zutter, Greased Wheels or Just Greased Palms: Political Corruption and Firm Value, (Working Paper)
  173. Brown, Nerissa C., Jared D. Smith, Roger M. White, and Chad J. Zutter, Political Corruption and Firm Value in the U.S.: Do Rents and Monitoring Matter?, Journal of Business Ethics pp. 1-17 (2019) (Online)
  174. Brunarski, Kelly R., T. Colin Campbell, Yvette S. Harman, and Mary Elizabeth Thompson, Why Should Non-Binding Votes Matter? Shareholder Votes on Say-on-Pay and Director Reputation, (Working Paper)
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