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Corporate governance and coporate finance: a European perspective.

Author: Ruud A I Van Frederikslust
Publisher: Routledge 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruud A I Van Frederikslust
ISBN: 0415405319 9780415405317
OCLC Number: 1027905264
Contents: pt. 1. Alternative perspectives on corporate governance systems --
1. The Modern Industrial Revolution, Exit, and the Failure of Internal Control Systems / Michael C. Jensen --
2. A Survey of Corporate Governance / Andrei Shleifer and Robert W. Vishny --
3. Investor Protection and Corporate Governance / Rafael La Porta, Florencio Lopez-de-Silanes, Andrei Shleifer and Robert Vishny --
4. Agency Costs and Ownership Structure / James S. Ang, Rebel Cole and James Wuh Lin --
pt. 2. Equity ownership structure and control --
5. Security Design, Insider Monitoring, and Financial Market Equilibrium / Hiroshi Osano --
6. Blockholdings in Europe: An International Comparison / Marco Becht and Ailisa Roell --
7. The Ultimate Ownership of Western European Corporations / Mara Faccio and Larry H.P. Lang --
8. Why Are The Levels of Controls (so) Different in German and UK Companies? Evidence from Initial Public Offerings / Marc Goergen and Luc Renneboog --
9. Do Occupational Pension Funds Monitor Companies in Which They Hold Large Stakes? / Mara Faccio and M. Ameziane Lasfer --
pt. 3. Corporate governance, underperformance and management turnover --
10. Governance With Poor Investor Protection: Evidence from Top Executive Turnover in Italy / Paolo F. Volpin --
11. Ownership, Managerial Control and the Governance of Companies Listed on the Brussels Stock Exchange / Luc Renneboog --
12. Who Disciplines Management in Poorly Performing Companies? / Julian Franks, Colin Mayer and Luc Renneboog --
13. The Cadbury Committee, Corporate Performance and Management Turnover / Jay Dahya, John J. McConnell and Nickolaos Travlos --
pt. 4. Directors' remuneration --
14. The Prince and The Pauper? CEO Pay in The United States and United Kingdom / Martin J. Conyon and Kevin J. Murphy --
15. The Sensitivity of CEO Wealth to Equity Risk: An Analysis of the Magnitude and Determinants / Wayne R. Guay --
16. Executive Stock Option Repricing, Internal Governance Mechanisms, and Management Turnover / N.K. Chidambaran and Nagpurnanand R. Prabhala --
17. Executive Compensation and Agency Costs in Germany / Julie Ann Elston and Lawrence G. Goldberg --
18. Performance Consequences of Mandatory Increases in Executive Stock Ownership / John E. Core and David F. Larcker --
pt. 5. Governance, performance and financial strategy --
19. Does the Governed Corporation Perform Better? Governance Structures and Corporate Performance in Germany / Erik Lehmann and Jurgen Weigand --
20. Corporate Governance and Equity Prices / Paul Gompers, Joy Ishii and Andrew Metrick --
21. Shareholders Wealth Effects of Joint Venture Strategies / Gertjan Schut and Ruud van Frederikslust --
22. Corporate Restructuring in Response to Performance Decline: Impact of Ownership, Governance and Lenders / Jim Lai and Sudi Sudarsanam --
23. Dividend Policy, Corporate Governance and the Managerial Entrenchment Hypothesis: An Empirical Analysis / Jorge Farinha --
24. Earnings Management and Investor Protection; An International Comparison / Christian Leuz, Dhananjay Nanda and Peter D. Wysocki --
pt. 6. On takeover as disciplinary mechanism --
25. Takeover Defenses, Ownership Structure and Stock Returns in the Netherlands: An Empirical Analysis / Rezaul Kabir, Dolph Cantrijn and Andreas Jeunink --
26. The Role of Hostile Stakes in German Corporate Governance / Tim Jenkinson and Alexander Ljungqvist --
27. The Market for Corporate Control in a Bank-Based Economy: A Governance Device? / Jens Koke --
28. Hostile Takeovers and the Correction of Managerial Failure / Julian Franks and Colin Mayer.


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