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Employee Share Ownership Plans: A Review

@inproceedings{Kaarsemaker2009EmployeeSO,
  title={Employee Share Ownership Plans: A Review},
  author={Eric Kaarsemaker and Andrew Pendleton and Erik Poutsma},
  year={2009}
}
This paper reviews the main strands of research on employee share ownership over the last forty years. It considers research findings in the literature on types of share ownership, the incidence of share ownership plans, the ‘determinants’ of the use of share plans by companies, influences upon employee participation in share plans, the effect of share ownership on employee attitudes and behaviour, the effect on company performance, and the relationship between share ownership plans and other… 
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