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CEO Compensation and Bank Mergers
Recent bank mergers generally did not improve relative operating performance or produce positive abnormal returns to acquiring bank shareholders. We examine the relationship between mergers and CEOExpand
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A Venture Capital Model for Transitioning Economies: The Case of Poland
The venture capital investment process is examined in a transitioning economy. The move from a planned economy to a free-market system confronts venture capitalists and entrepreneurs with anExpand
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Performance Characteristics of Individual vs. Team Managed Mutual Funds
In the fields of psychology and evolution, there is a large body of theory and evidence on how individual behavior differs from group behavior, particularly for performance and risk-takingExpand
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CEO Compensation and Bank Mergers
Recent bank mergers generally did not improve relative operating performance or produce positive abnormal returns to acquiring bank shareholders. We examine the relationship between mergers and CEOExpand
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Supporting Women Entrepreneurs in Transitioning Economies
Since the implementation of the Belcerowicz plan as part of Poland's transition to a free market economy in 1990, the country's economy has made great strides. This economic progress at the macroExpand
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Phaeochromocytomas presenting as acute crises after beta blockade therapy
Objective   Phaeochromocytoma crisis is a life‐threatening emergency that may be undiagnosed because of its numerous, nonspecific manifestations. We analysed, retrospectively, the presentation,Expand
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Ectopic Pheochromocytoma: Does the Rule of Tens Apply?
In the above-mentioned article, published in World Journal of Surgery volume 31/number 4, pp 849–854, 2007, the figure captions were mis-labeled. Below please find the correct captions: Figure 1.Expand
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Performance Characteristics of Individually-Managed versus Team-Managed Mutual Funds
The fields of psychology and sociology offer a large body of theory and evidence on how individual behavior differs from group behavior, particularly for performance and risk-taking activities.Expand
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SMEs' demand for business development services in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Business development services (BDS), as defined for the purpose of this report, is an array of non-financial services, critical for small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs), in their ability toExpand
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Private Equity: The Differences between Developed and Emerging Markets
From 2002 to 2008, private equity (PE) investments in emerging markets grew from $2.0 billion to $47.8 billion, a 24-fold increase, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 70 percent.Expand
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