Efrat Shust

The Department of Management and Economics, The Open University of Israel

Israel

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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4

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Do Executive Compensation Contracts Maximize Firm Value? Indications from a Quasi-Natural Experiment

Columbia Business School Research Paper No. 17-69, 28th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting
Number of pages: 52 Posted: 03 Oct 2017 Last Revised: 08 Aug 2019
Bar-Ilan University - Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University - Coller School of Management, George Washington University - School of Business and The Department of Management and Economics, The Open University of Israel
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executive compensation; governance; optimal contracts

2.

The Cost of Equity for Private Firms

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 26 May 2015 Last Revised: 30 Nov 2015
Bar-Ilan University - Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University - Faculty of Management and The Department of Management and Economics, The Open University of Israel
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Non-marketability, non-diversification, cost of capital, private firm valuation

3.

Cost Stickiness as a Consequence of Capital Market Signaling

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 06 Nov 2018 Last Revised: 18 Dec 2018
Eti Einhorn and Efrat Shust
Tel Aviv University and The Department of Management and Economics, The Open University of Israel
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cost behavior; cost stickiness; cost anti-stickiness; signaling

4.

What Happens to Trading Volume When the Regulator Bans Voluntary Disclosure?

European Accounting Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 21 Jul 2019 Last Revised: 22 Jul 2019
Menachem (Meni) Abudy and Efrat Shust
Bar-Ilan University - Graduate School of Business Administration and The Department of Management and Economics, The Open University of Israel
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voluntary disclosure, precision of disclosure, unexplained trading volume, investor disagreement, liquidity