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Which Types of Analyst Firms Are More Optimistic
Abstract Research optimism among securities analysts has been attributed to incentives provided by underwriting activities. We examine how analysts’ forecast and recommendation optimism varies withExpand
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Which Types of Analyst Firms Make More Optimistic Forecasts?
Research optimism among securities analysts has been attributed to incentives provided by underwriting activities. We examine how analysts' forecast optimism varies with the business activities usedExpand
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Cleaning house or jumping ship? Understanding board upheaval following financial fraud
Boards experience elevated levels of turnover among outside directors following financial fraud. Scholars have proposed two mechanisms that may drive this turnover. The first views turnover as partExpand
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Damaged Goods: Board Decisions to Dismiss Reputationally Compromised Directors
Prior research shows that directors generally lose some, but not all, of their board seats following their association with financial fraud. This study investigates why some boards are more likely ...
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Rediscovering Communities: Lessons From the Hurricane Katrina Crisis
In an era of globalization, the importance of communities—particularly local ones—receives relatively little attention in management education and research. Even academic institutions considerExpand
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Metacritiques of Upper Echelons Theory: Verdicts and Recommendations for Future Research
After more than 35 years, Hambrick and Mason’s upper echelons theory (UET) stands as one of the most influential perspectives in management research. However, as the literature and its attendantExpand
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Innovation Amidst Crisis: Tulane University's Strategic Transformation
When Hurricane Katrina swept ashore in New Orleans on August 29, 2005, the destruction left in its wake was unparalleled in U.S. history. In the months and years that have followed, the fallout ofExpand
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CEO Severance Agreements: A Theoretical Examination and Research Agenda
CEO severance has captured the attention of a wide array of audiences, yet it remains largely unexplored by management scholars. In this article we offer a rigorous theoretical examination of CEOExpand
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Are Disruptive CEO Successions Viewed as a Governance Lapse? Evidence From Board Turnover
A wealth of governance research has examined CEO successions and the negative organizational consequences that arise when boards are unable to effect smooth leadership transitions. Despite thoseExpand
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