MergersPeer-Reviewed Research

Keep It 100

Keep It 100
After firms merge, how does the new company's practices affect outcomes?
Business And Political InfluencePeer-Reviewed Research

Royal Favor

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In China, information about a company’s health can be scarce, a visit from a high official is a coveted signal of government confidence.
CEO CompensationPeer-Reviewed Research

Tightrope

Man walking on a tightrope
How to pay the CEO in charge of restructuring.
AcquisitionsPeer-Reviewed Research

Sore Losers

Mergers less successful if after CEO loses award
Failing to win awards can drive CEOs to make risky decisions.
Bank RegulationsPeer-Reviewed Research

You’re Not The Boss Of Me

Strong External Governance Can Lead To Cheating
Strong external governance makes top managers more prone to cheat.
Acquisitions Peer-Reviewed Research

You Can’t Take It With You

What makes CEOs less aggressive?
Death of an independent director dampens acquisition fervor for CEOs left behind.
Family-Owned BusinessPeer-Reviewed Research

All In The Family

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In a family firm, some things are worth more than money.
Global BusinessPeer-Reviewed Research

Good Fences, Good Neighbors

State-owned enterprises abroad have different location influences
State-owned enterprises need to closely analyze potential overseas investments.