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Globalization, free markets and investor protection
(Oviedo University Press, 2020-03)
Using data from 29 countries, this paper is the first attempt to examine whether economic, political and social integration explain how well investors, both shareholders and creditors, are protected from expropriation by ...
Leverage and performance: Do size and crisis matter?
Purpose: This paper aims to contribute to the capital structure literature by examining the impact of financial leverage on firm performance and also the extent to which firm size and crisis matter in the leverage–performance ...
CEO extraversion and capital structure decisions: the role of firm dynamics, product market competition, and financial crisis
Using panel data of U.S. firms, we focus on an important yet understudied facet of the chief executive officer’s (CEO) personality—extraversion—and how it affects corporate capital structure decisions. We examine how this ...
CEO reputation, quality management and environmental innovation: the roles of stakeholder pressure and resource commitment
In this paper, we examine how and when chief executive offers’ (CEOs’) reputation enhances environmental innovation by considering quality management as a mediating mechanism of this relationship. In addition, we introduce ...
CEOs' market sentiment and corporate innovation: the role of financial uncertainty, competition and capital intensity
Using panel data of 4,225 firms headquartered in the US, we examine the effects of CEOs’ market sentiment on corporate innovation capacity. We also examine the extent to which sentiment-innovation relation is moderated by: ...