New Research on Executive Compensation and on Sustainability

New Research on Executive Compensation and on Sustainability

  • 16 - 17 December 2019
  • Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

***This event is by invitation only***

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New Research on Executive Compensation and on Sustainability

16-17 December 2019: Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

 

Monday 16 December

Weisfeld Hall, Feldman building (301), Tel Aviv, Israel

 

Tuesday 17 December

Economics and Business Administration Building (405), Auditorium 10, ground floor

 

Jointly organized by

 

European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)

Raymond Ackerman Family Chair in Israeli Corporate Governance, Bar-Ilan University

 

With financial support from

 

European Corporate Governance Research Foundation (ECGRF)

Raymond Ackerman Family Chair in Israeli Corporate Governance

 

Information

Address:
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Tel Aviv, Israel
Contact:
Vanessa Koenig
European Corporate Governance Institute

Travel and accomodation

Delegate information will be provided by email.

Monday 16 December- Executive Compensation

09:35
- 09:50

Coffee

09:50
- 09:55

Greetings

09:55

Session 1

09:55
- 10:45

Why do Employees Exercise Stock Options Early?

Speakers:
Discussant:
Thomas Keusch
11:35
- 11:50

Coffee

11:50

Session 2

13:30
- 14:40

Lunch

14:40

Session 3

Tuesday 17 December- Sustainability

09:40
- 10:00

Coffee

10:00

Session 1

10:50
- 11:40

Contracts with Benefits: The Implementation of Impact Investing

Discussant:
Miriam Schwartz-Ziv
11:40
- 11:55

Coffee

11:55

Session 2

11:55
- 12:45

Corporate Governance and Social Impact of Non-Profits: Evidence from a Randomized Program in Healthcare in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Discussant:
13:35
- 14:45

Lunch

14:45

Session 3

15:35
- 16:25

Benchmarking in CEO Compensation Design

Speakers:
Revital Yosef
Discussant:
16:25
- 16:45

Farewell

Speakers

Presentations

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Why do Employees Exercise Stock Options Early?

Time:
09:55h
- 10:45h

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Discussants

Thomas Keusch
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Outraged By Compensation: Implications for Public Pension Performance

Time:
10:45h
- 11:35h

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Are CEOs Paid Extra for Riskier Pay Packages?

Time:
11:50h
- 12:40h

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Restricting CEO pay backfires: Evidence from China

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Restricting CEO pay backfires: Evidence from China

Time:
12:40h
- 13:30h

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Recognition Rules and Accounting-Based Compensation

Time:
14:40h
- 15:30h

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Cost Shielding in Executive Bonus Plans

Time:
15:30h
- 16:20h

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Renewable Governance: Good for the Environment?

Time:
10:00h
- 10:50h

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Contracts with Benefits: The Implementation of Impact Investing

Time:
10:50h
- 11:40h

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Discussants

Miriam Schwartz-Ziv

Corporate Governance and Social Impact of Non-Profits: Evidence from a Randomized Program in Healthcare in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Corporate Governance and Social Impact of Non-Profits: Evidence from a Randomized Program in Healthcare in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Time:
11:55h
- 12:45h

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Fellow Research Member Institutional Member Board Member
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ESG Shareholder Engagement and Downside Risk

Time:
12:45h
- 13:35h

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Why is Corporate Virtue in the Eye of The Beholder? The Case of ESG Ratings

Time:
14:45h
- 15:35h

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Benchmarking in CEO Compensation Design

Revital Yosef
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Benchmarking in CEO Compensation Design

Time:
15:35h
- 16:25h

Speakers

Revital Yosef

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