Operational Decisions, Capital Structure, and Managerial Compensation: A News Vendor Perspective

@article{Xu2004OperationalDC,
  title={Operational Decisions, Capital Structure, and Managerial Compensation: A News Vendor Perspective},
  author={Xiaodong Xu and J. Birge},
  journal={Corporate Finance: Capital Structure \& Payout Policies},
  year={2004}
}
  • Xiaodong Xu, J. Birge
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • Corporate Finance: Capital Structure & Payout Policies
While firm growth critically depends on financing ability and access to external capital, the operations management literature seldom considers the effects of financial constraints on the firms' operational decisions. Another critical assumption in traditional operations models is that corporate managers always act in the firm owners' best interests. Managers are, however, agents of the owners of the company, whose interests are often not aligned with those of equity-holders or debt-holders… Expand
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