Ivan E. Brick

Rutgers Business School

Professor

111 Washington Avenue

Newark, NJ 07102

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

CEO Compensation, Director Compensation, and Firm Performance: Evidence of Cronyism

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 19 Apr 2002
Ivan E. Brick, Oded Palmon and John K. Wald
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Business School and University of Texas at San Antonio
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Citation 49

Abstract:

director compensation, CEO compensation, monitoring, firm performance

2.

Board Meetings, Committee Structure, and Firm Performance

Number of pages: 54 Posted: 20 Mar 2008
Ivan E. Brick and N.K. Chidambaran
Rutgers Business School and Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University
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Citation 7

Abstract:

Corporate Governance, Board Monitoring, Board Meetings, Board Committees, Firm Value

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Citation 5

Too Much Pay Performance Sensitivity?

Number of pages: 51 Posted: 25 Mar 2008 Last Revised: 21 May 2010
Ivan E. Brick, Oded Palmon and John K. Wald
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Business School and University of Texas at San Antonio
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Citation 5

Abstract:

pay-performance sensitivity, stock returns, equity risk, agency problems

Too Much Pay-Performance Sensitivity?

Review of Economics and Statistics, Forthcoming
Posted: 30 Jul 2010
Ivan E. Brick, Oded Palmon and John K. Wald
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Business School and University of Texas at San Antonio

Abstract:

Pay-Performance Sensitivity, Stock Returns, Equity Risk, Agency

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Stock Price Response to Calls of Convertible Bonds: Still a Puzzle

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 04 Jan 2005
Ivan E. Brick, Oded Palmon and Dilip K. Patro
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Business School and OCC
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Citation 3

Abstract:

Convertible bonds, Conversion forcing call, Liquidity pressure, Asymmetric information

5.

A Comparison of Alternative Models for Estimating Firm's Growth Rate

Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 31 Aug 2015
Rutgers Business School, National Chengchi University - Department of Finance, National Central University at Taiwan and Rutgers University, Newark, School of Business-Newark, Department of Finance & Economics
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Abstract:

Arithmetic average method; Compound-sum method; Continuous regression method; Discount cash flow model; Discrete regression method; Dividend growth model; Geometric average method; Gordon’s growth model; Growth rate; Internal growth model; Sustainable growth model

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On the Relationship between Accounting Risk and Return: Is There a (Bowman) Paradox?

European Management Review, Vol. 12, Issue 2, pp. 99-111, 2015
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 23 Jul 2015
Ivan E. Brick, Oded Palmon and Itzhak Venezia
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Business School and Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem School of Business Administration
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Abstract:

Risk‐return relationship, accounting and financial ratios, accruals, Bowman Paradox, issuances and purchases of equity

7.

Preface to 'Advances in Quantitative Analysis in Financial and Accounting: Essays in Microstructure' in Honor of David K. Whitcomb (Vol. 3)

Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, I. Brick, T.. Ronen, C. Lee, ESSAYS IN MICROSTRUCTURE, Vol. 3, World Scientific, 2006
Posted: 03 Oct 2009
Ivan E. Brick, Tavy Ronen and Cheng-Few Lee
Rutgers Business School, Rutgers University, Newark - School of Business - Department of Finance & Economics and Rutgers University, Newark, School of Business-Newark, Department of Finance & Economics

Abstract:

Liquidity, Volatility, Limit Orders, Microstructure, Trading Structure

8.

Strategic Decision Making of the Firm Under Asymmetric Information

Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2002
Posted: 14 May 2009
Guo Ying Luo, Ivan E. Brick and Michael Frierman
McMaster University, Rutgers Business School and affiliation not provided to SSRN

Abstract:

Capital Structure, Signaling Model