By Mark Hirschey, A. K. Makhija, K. John
This quantity includes fourteen examine papers with theoretical and empirical remedy of significant monetary facets of company governance. The papers hide significant company governance concerns equivalent to the function of the board of administrators, possession constitution, possession focus, and the impression of out of doors blockholders. one other salient function of this assortment is that it deals large overseas proof, together with that from the U.S. of the USA, Australia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, China, India, and Malaysia.
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This finding suggests that debt and preferred stocks are substitutes. Therefore, to examine the corporate governance characteristics of preferred stock issuing firms by comparing those of non-issuing firms, it may be necessary to control for debt levels. Corporate Governance Characteristics of Firms 39 From the pool of firms without preferred stock in their capital structure for five fiscal years prior to the issue date of preferred issuers, firms in the same industry with the market capitalization between 50 and 200% of the issuer are ranked by their leverage ratios.
Breitmeyer’s relocation to the San Diego area, we paid to move his household goods and automobiles and gave him $20,000 in gross pretax dollars for miscellaneous moving expenses. Moving expenses not coded. The Company believes that the foregoing transactions were in its best interests. It is the Company’s current policy that all transactions by the Company with officers, directors, 5% stockholders or their affiliates will be entered into only if such transactions are approved by a majority of the disinterested directors, and are on terms no less favorable to the Company than could be obtained from unaffiliated parties.
Insignificant items are left as blank and insignificant types of preferreds for any matching designs are not illustrated. Corporate Governance Characteristics of Firms 41 Table 4. Analysis of Corporate Governance Characteristics of Preferred Issuers and their Matching Firms by Industry and Type of Preferreds (Matching Criteria (i): Industry and Size). 7335 42 JOHN S. HOWE AND HONGBOK LEE Table 4. 0000 Note: The table reports median values for three corporate governance variables: managerial ownership, board size, and block shareholder ownership.
Corporate Governance, Volume 9 (Advances in Financial Economics) by Mark Hirschey, A. K. Makhija, K. John