Susanne Espenlaub

University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance

Lecturer

Crawford House

Oxford Road

Manchester M13 9PL

United Kingdom

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UK Executive Compensation Practices: New Economy vs. Old Economy

University of Manchester, MSAF, Working Paper
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 10 Sep 2003
Susanne Espenlaub, Martin Walker and Konstantinos Stathopoulos
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School and The University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School
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Managerial Compensation, Remuneration Committee, Executive Stock Options, New Economy

UK Executive Compensation Practices: New Economy vs. Old Economy

Posted: 18 Jan 2005
Susanne Espenlaub, Martin Walker and Konstantinos Stathopoulos
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School and The University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School

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Managerial compensation, remuneration committee, executive stock options, new economy

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Lock-In Agreements in Venture Capital-Backed UK Ipos

Number of pages: 73 Posted: 17 Sep 2003
Susanne Espenlaub, Marc Goergen, Arif Khurshed and Luc Renneboog
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, IE Business School, IE University, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School, Division of Accounting Finance and Tilburg University - Department of Finance
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Initial public offerings, lock-in agreements, high-tech firms, venture capital

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Lock-In Agreements in the UK: Is There a Fourth IPO Anomaly?

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 16 Apr 2001
Susanne Espenlaub, Marc Goergen and Arif Khurshed
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, IE Business School, IE University and University of Manchester - Manchester Business School, Division of Accounting Finance
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Initial public offerings, lock-in, high-tech

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Agency Theory Versus Managerial Ownership Theories: Understanding the Non-Linear Relationship between Managerial Incentives and Firm Risk

Number of pages: 42 Posted: 11 Nov 2005 Last Revised: 29 Jun 2009
Susanne Espenlaub, Konstantinos Stathopoulos and Martin Walker
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, The University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School and University of Manchester - Manchester Business School
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Executive Compensation, Pay for Performance, Pay Performance Sensitivity, Firm Risk

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The Influence of Institutional Investors Over Executive Remuneration in the UK

Number of pages: 75 Posted: 24 Jan 2008
Mike Strivens, Susanne Espenlaub and Martin Walker
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance and University of Manchester - Manchester Business School
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Executive Remuneration, Institutional Investors

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Trading by Directors Around the Expiry of Lock-In Agreements in UK Ipos

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 22 Mar 2002
Susanne Espenlaub, Marc Goergen, Arif Khurshed and Marko Remenar
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, IE Business School, IE University, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School, Division of Accounting Finance and Zagrebacka Banka
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initial public offerings, lock-in, lock-up

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The Influence of Institutional Investors Over CEO Turnover in the UK

Number of pages: 81 Posted: 25 Jan 2008
Mike Strivens, Susanne Espenlaub and Martin Walker
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance and University of Manchester - Manchester Business School
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Institutional Investors, CEO Turnover

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The Expiry of Lock-In Agreements of UK Ipos: A Look at the Directors' Trading Activity

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 14 Jun 2003
Susanne Espenlaub, Marc Goergen, Arif Khurshed and Marko Remenar
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, IE Business School, IE University, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School, Division of Accounting Finance and Zagrebacka Banka
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Initial Public Offerings, Lock-in, High-Tech

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The Compensation of UK Executive Directors: Lots of Carrots But are There Any Sticks?

Competition and Change, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 83-99, March 2005
Posted: 18 Jan 2005
Susanne Espenlaub, Martin Walker and Konstantinos Stathopoulos
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester - Manchester Business School and The University of Manchester - Alliance Manchester Business School

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Managerial compensation, executive turnover, pay for performance

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IPO Lock-In Agreements in the UK

Posted: 19 Feb 2002
Susanne Espenlaub, Marc Goergen and Arif Khurshed
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, IE Business School, IE University and University of Manchester - Manchester Business School, Division of Accounting Finance

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Initial Public Offerings, Lock-in, High-Tech

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Re-Assessing the Long-Term Underperformance of UK Initial Public Offerings

European Financial Management, Vol. 6, No. 3, September 2000
Posted: 09 Jun 2000
Susanne Espenlaub, Alan Gregory and Ian Tonks
University of Manchester - Division of Accounting and Finance, University of Exeter - Xfi Centre and University of Bristol

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Initial public offerings, equity issues, long-run returns, market efficiency