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    • Disciplinary directors: Evidence from the appointments of outside directors who have fired CEOs 

      Cai, Jay; Nguyen, Tu (Elsevier, 2018-11-01)
      By examining board appointments of outside directors who have previously fired a CEO, we study how directors’ willingness to take disciplinary actions is related to a firm's performance and risk-taking. Such directors ...
    • Equity financing restrictions and the asset growth effect: International vs. Asian evidence 

      Huang, Alan Guoming; Sun, Kevin Jialin (Elsevier, 2019-10)
      This paper investigates the driver of asset growth to explain the cross-country variation of the asset growth effect. We find that institutional restrictions on equity financing constrain firms' abilities to grow assets, ...
    • Unprofitable Affiliates and Income Shifting Behavior 

      De Simone, Lisa; Klassen, Kenneth; Seidman, Jeri K. (American Accounting Association, 2017-05)
      Income shifting from high-tax to low-tax jurisdictions is considered a primary method of reducing worldwide tax burdens of multinational firms. Current losses also affect income shifting incentives. We extend prior approaches ...
    • Variable pay: Is it for the worker or the firm? 

      Allen, Jason; Thompson, James R. (Elsevier, 2019-10)
      Why do firms pay their workers with variable pay? The standard explanation appeals to a problem that the worker faces, e.g., agency. We develop a model of variable pay endogenously driven by the capital structure problem ...


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