Timothy Werner

University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business

Assistant Professor

United States

http://timothywerner.com

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

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Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

Corporate Lobbying and CEO Pay

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 16 Oct 2013 Last Revised: 19 Nov 2013
Graduate School of Management, UC-Davis, University of Amsterdam - Amsterdam Business School (ABS) and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
Downloads 199 (79,357)

Abstract:

Lobbying, CEO Compensation, Agency Costs, Corporate Governance

2.

Assessing the Potential Effects of Citizens United: Evidence from the States

APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 15 Jul 2012 Last Revised: 27 Mar 2013
Timothy Werner and John J. Coleman
University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business and University of Wisconsin - Madison
Downloads 161 (127,225)
Citation 1

Abstract:

Citizens United, campaign finance, business and politics

3.

Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists' Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity

Administrative Science Quarterly, 1-37, 2016, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 09 Jul 2014 Last Revised: 26 Apr 2016
Mary-Hunter McDonnell and Timothy Werner
The Wharton School - The University of Pennsylvania and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
Downloads 142 (125,473)

Abstract:

nonmarket strategy, boycotts, campaign finance, social movements, organizational theory

4.

Campaign Contributions from Corporate Executives in Lieu of Political Action Committees

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 23 Mar 2013 Last Revised: 13 Jul 2013
Brian Kelleher Richter and Timothy Werner
University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
Downloads 134 (181,886)

Abstract:

Campaign Contributions, Regulation, Political Action Committees, Corporate Executives

5.

Measuring Corporate Political Sensitivity

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 01 Oct 2014
Brian Roberts and Timothy Werner
University of Texas at Austin and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
Downloads 63 (210,219)

Abstract:

nonmarket strategy, corporate political activity, political sensitivity, regulation, government contracting, lobbying

6.

Citizens United, Independent Expenditures, and Agency Costs: Reexamining the Political Economy of State Antitakeover Statutes

Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (2015) Vol 31 Issue 1: 127-159.
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 21 Jul 2013 Last Revised: 08 Feb 2015
Timothy Werner and John J. Coleman
University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business and University of Wisconsin - Madison
Downloads 53 (247,831)

Abstract:

Citizens United, Campaign Finance, Agency Theory, Antitakeover Statutes

7.

Investor Reaction to Covert Corporate Political Activity

Forthcoming, Strategic Management Journal
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 28 Jul 2017 Last Revised: 03 Aug 2017
Timothy Werner
University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
Downloads 0 (383,236)

Abstract:

corporate political activity, nonmarket strategy, Citizens United, regulation, disclosure

8.

Into the Dark: Shifts in Corporate Political Activity after Social Movement Challenges

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 10 Dec 2016
Mary-Hunter McDonnell and Timothy Werner
The Wharton School - The University of Pennsylvania and University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business
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Abstract:

nonmarket strategy, corporate political activity, social movements, disclosure, campaign contributions, lobbying

9.

Gaining Access by Doing Good: The Effect of Sociopolitical Reputation on Firm Participation in Public Policymaking

Forthcoming at Management Science
Posted: 19 Oct 2013 Last Revised: 13 Oct 2014
Timothy Werner
University of Texas at Austin - Red McCombs School of Business

Abstract:

reputation, resource dependency, non-market strategy, corporate social responsibility