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The Resource Global Corporate Governance

Global Corporate Governance

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Global Corporate Governance
Title
Global Corporate Governance
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Language
eng
Summary
Advances in Financial Economics Vol 19 is peer reviewed and focusses on International Corporate Governance
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Advances in Financial Economics
Series volume
v.19
Global Corporate Governance
Label
Global Corporate Governance
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover -- Global Corporate Governance -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Financial Performance and the Competitive Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility -- Introduction -- Motives for Joining the Children's Food and Beverage Initiative -- Altruism -- Avoid Regulation -- Feel Good Cosmetic Action -- Hurt Competitors -- This Social Responsibility Will also Force the Company to Be More Efficient and Resourceful -- Data and Methodology -- Findings -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Regulation and the Ownership Structure of European Listed Firms -- Introduction -- Sample and Data Description -- Sample Construction -- Measures of Ownership Concentration -- Measures of Regulation and Shareholder Protection -- Firm Characteristics and Further Control Variables -- Ownership Structures of European Listed Firms -- Regulation and Ownership Structures -- Empirical Design -- Shareholder Protection and Overall Ownership Concentration -- Shareholder Protection and Concentration of Different Investor Types -- Strategic versus Institutional Investors -- Differentiating Independent and Grey Institutional Investors -- Robustness Tests -- Sample Selection Issues -- Regulation, Ownership Structure, and Firm Performance -- Empirical Design -- Empirical Results -- Robustness Tests -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- SAMPLE COMPOSITION -- CROSS-CHECK OF TOB OWNERSHIP DATA -- VARIABLE DESCRIPTION -- Ownership Variables -- Measures of Regulation and Shareholder Protection -- Other Country Characteristics -- Firm Characteristics -- Determinants of Corporate Leverage in Publicly Listed GCC Companies - Conventional versus Sukuk -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Conventional Leverage -- Sukuk and Islamic Capital Structure -- Hypotheses -- Data -- Results and Discussions -- Conventional Determinants of Conventional Leverage
  • Determinants of Sukuk Using Conventional Models -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Large Shareholders and Target Returns: International Evidence -- Introduction -- Data and Methodology -- MLS Variables -- Presence of MLS -- Power of MLS -- Role of Family versus Non-Family MLS -- Control Variables -- Empirical Results -- Univariate Results -- Multivariate Analysis -- Type of second largest shareholder -- Robustness Checks -- Basic Sensitivity Tests -- Country Effects and Investor Protection -- Endogeneity of MLS Structures -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- APPENDIX: VARIABLE DEFINITIONS -- A Gender Gap in Executive Cash Compensation in Thailand: A View of the Expectancy Theory -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Expectancy Theory -- Agency Theory -- Stewardship Theory -- Motivation Theory -- Life Cycle Theory -- Data and Methodology -- Results -- A Gender Gap and the Expectancy Theory -- CEO Gender and Firm Characteristics -- The Role of Monitoring and Stewardship in the Expectancy Theory -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- CEO Compensation Practices around Spinoffs -- Introduction -- RPE, Asymmetric Pay for Skill/Luck, and Compensation Benchmarking -- Relative Performance Evaluation (RPE) -- Pay for Skill/Luck Asymmetry -- Benchmarking CEO Pay -- Data and Sample Selection -- Data Selection -- Data Characteristics -- Empirical Tests and Results -- RPE -- Pay for Skill/Luck Asymmetry -- Compensation Benchmarking -- Robustness -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- APPENDIX A: VARIABLE DEFINITIONS -- Socio-Psychological Motives of Socially Responsible Investors -- Introduction -- Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) -- SRI Framework -- The Intention to Maximize Profits -- Altruism as the Concern for the Societal Well-Being -- Need for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Strategic Leadership Advantages through Social Status Elevation -- Utility Derived from Transparency and Information Disclosure -- Self-Enhancement through Identification and Self-Consistency -- Expression of Social Values -- Long-Term Considerations -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Index
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