Managerial Entrenchment and Firm Value: A Dynamic Perspective
Xin (Simba) Chang
Nanyang Business School
Hong Feng Zhang
Deakin University - School of Accounting, Economics and Finance
March 5, 2013
We examine the impact of managerial entrenchment on firm value using a dynamic model with firm fixed effects. To estimate the model, we employ the long difference technique, which is shown by our simulation to deliver the least biased estimates. Based on a large sample of U.S. companies, we document a significantly negative and causal effect of managerial entrenchment on firm value after taking into account omitted variables, reverse causality, and highly persistent endogenous variables. Additional analysis suggests that the causality running from managerial entrenchment to firm value is more pronounced than reverse causality.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 36
Keywords: Corporate Governance, Managerial Entrenchment, Long Difference Estimator, Reverse Causality, Panel VAR
JEL Classification: G3, G34, L25working papers series
Date posted: January 18, 2010 ; Last revised: August 3, 2013
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