Management

Working Paper

01 January 2014

The Determinants of the CEO Successor Choice in Family Firms

This paper studies the factors that influence the CEO succession decision in family firms whose incumbent CEO is a member of the controlling family. The sample includes all such firms from France, Germany and the UK. We propose a...

Iram Fatima Ansari | Marc Goergen | Svetlana Mira
07 May 2020

Gender, Culture, and Firm Value: Evidence from the Harvey Weinstein Scandal and the #MeToo Movement

During the revelation of the Weinstein scandal and the emergence of the #MeToo movement, firms with a corporate culture that does not discriminate on the basis of sex, proxied by having women among the five highest paid executives, earn...

Karl Lins | Lukas Roth | Henri Servaes | Ane Tamayo
05 June 2020

Shareholderism versus Stakeholderism – A Misconceived Contradiction. A Comment on “The Illusory Promise of Stakeholder Governance” by Lucian Bebchuk and Roberto Tallarita

This paper critiques an assessment by Bebchuk and Tallarita (BT) of the relative merits of shareholder and stakeholder governance. BT’s paper argues that stakeholder governance is either nothing more than enlightened shareholder...

Colin Mayer

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