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Purpose – The paper aims to examine earnings quality during the post‐acquisition period. Design/methodology/approach – The paper defines earnings quality as an earnings stream more closely associated with future cash flows from operations. It uses the stock market's reaction at the acquisition...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review and summarize research into managerial incentives, merger activity, performance, and the use and structure of compensation to mitigate agency problems in the firm. Design/methodology/approach – The authors discuss studies of size elasticity and...
Purpose – This study seeks to examine whether CEO duality further exacerbates CEOs' motivation of self‐interest to engage in mergers and acquisitions to increase their compensation. Design/methodology/approach – Regression tests using CEO compensation as the dependent variable, and CEO duality,...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the risk‐incentive effect of CEO stock options in the banking industry. Design/methodology/approach – For a sample of industrial mergers, Williams and Rao find that the risk‐incentive effect of CEO stock options is associated with higher...
Purpose – This study aims to examine whether CEO compensation is shielded from the negative effects of restructuring charges and asset impairments following the acquisition of the controlling interest in the stock of another corporation. Design/methodology/approach – Regression tests using CEO...
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