International Corporate Governance
This volume presents research on corporate governance from a number of countries, including the United States, Spain, Malaysia and Israel. Many important corporate governance mechanisms are examined, such as board characteristics, ownership structure, legal protection of shareholders and executive compensation.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE EFFECT OF CEO PAY ON FIRM VALUATION IN CLOSELY HELD FIRMS
EVIDENCE FROM BOND IPOs
THE USE OF WARRANTS IN MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
EVIDENCE FROM SPAIN
EVIDENCE FROM PUBLIC LISTED FAMILY FIRMS IN MALAYSIA
DOES CORPORATE GOVERNANCE MATTER? EVIDENCE FROM RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS IN MALAYSIA
AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Other editions - View all
abnormal returns agency costs announcement returns asset utilization ratio average bidder bidding firm bond IPO Bumiputras Bursa Malaysia CEO pay civil-law closely held firms coefficient companies concentrated ownership corporate governance corporate investors cumulative voting CVC investors deals debt dividends dual-class firms effects equity excess compensation excess pay family and non-family family firms family ownership Financial Economics firm performance firm value firm’s free cash flow Genting Berhad governance characteristics higher Hypothesis impact independent directors industry information asymmetry problems initial public offerings institutional investors investment IPO firm issues Jensen Journal of Financial mergers and acquisitions monitoring negative non-family ownership number of directors owner CEO p-value Panel payment method percent prestigious underwriters professional CEOs regression related party transactions resource legitimacy Rippington role sample shareholder rights Shleifer significant single-class firms subsample Table target total assets voting rights warrants young firm