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Managerial Incentives, Monitoring, and Risk Bearing in Initial Public Offerings, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance

Abstract

Based on a recently completed study designed to help us understand what gives rise to various methods adopted by IPO firms for rewarding & controlling top managers. We argue that the answers to these questions reflect the resolution of fundamental concerns facing IPO firm managers and owners.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Randolph P Beatty, Edward Zajac

Date Published

1995

Citations

Beatty, P Randolph, and Edward Zajac. 1995. Managerial Incentives, Monitoring, and Risk Bearing in Initial Public Offerings. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance. 8(2): 87-96.

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