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An Empirical Analysis of CEO Employment Contracts: What Do Top Executives Bargain For?
(Washington & Lee Law Review, 2006)
In this paper, we examine the key legal characteristics of 375 employment contracts between some of the largest 1500 public corporations and their Chief Executive Officers. We look at the actual language of these contracts, ...
Realigning Corporate Governance: Shareholder Activism by Labor Unions
(Michigan Law Review, 1998)
This paper investigates the increased shareholder activism by labor unions and their pension funds, who are now the most aggressive institutional shareholders. Sometimes unions propose traditional corporate-governance ...
(North Carolina Law Review, 2001)
This paper documents and explains the amazing growth of the largest firms in law, accounting, and investment banking. Scholars to date have used various supply-side theories to explain the growth, and have generally examined ...