Ownership

Working Paper

Loyalty Shares with Tenure Voting - a Coasian bargain? Evidence from the Loi Florange Experiment

French listed companies can issue shares that confer two votes per share after a holding period of at least two years (loyalty shares with tenure voting rights). In 2014 the default rule changed from one-share-one-vote to loyalty shares. The...Read more

Marco Becht
Yuliya Kamisarenka
Anete Pajuste
16 April 2018

Who’s Paying Attention? Measuring Common Ownership and Its Impact on Managerial Incentives

We derive a measure that captures the extent to which overlapping ownership structures shift managers’ incentives to internalize externalities. A key feature of the measure is that it allows for the possibility that not all investors are...Read more

Erik P. Gilje
Todd Gormley
Doron Levit
11 September 2018

Governance Challenges of Listed State-Owned Enterprises around the World: National Experiences and a Framework for Reform

Despite predictions of their demise in the aftermath of the collapse of socialist economies in Eastern Europe, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are very much alive in the global economy. The relevance of listed SOEs — firms still subject to...Read more

Curtis J. Milhaupt
Mariana Pargendler
01 April 2017

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