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bank management compensation, corporate governance, pay-performance sensitivity, rish shifting
corporate governance, asymmetric information, board monitoring, pay-for performance, anti-takeover provisions
overconfidence, hubris, self-attribution, frequent acquirer, mergers and acquisitions, insider trading
overconfidence, hubris, self-attribution, frequent acquirer, mergers and acquisitions
corporate governance, CEO compensation, pay-for-performance sensitivity, risk-shifting, agency problems, banking, regulation, subordinated debt
market reaction to earnings news, business cycles, firm size, value stock and growth stock, earnings persistence, earnings management, investor attention
tracking stock, ex-date returns, long-run returns, restructuring
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Market for Corporate Control, Mergers, Acquisitions, Takeover, Efficiency, Method of Payment, Synergy, Frontier Efficiency Analysis, CEO Retention
IPO, auction, institutional investor, individual investor, retail investor, informed investor, IPO method, underwriter favoritism, underpricing, endogenous entry, partial adjustment, return chasing
banking, regulation, subordinated debt, CEO compensation, pay-for-performance sensitivity, risk shifting
political uncertainty, initial public offerings, gubernatorial elections, IPO pricing
IPO, auction, investor behavior, learning, reinforcement learning, institutional investor, individual investor, experience
R&D spillover, limited attention, stock return predictability
initial public offering, pre-IPO market, IPO underpricing, agency problem, rent-seeking underwriter, bookbuilding theory, information asymmetry, Taiwan stock exchange
CEO compensation, pay-for-performance sensitivity, risk-shifting, agency problems, banking, regulation, subordinated debt
corporate culture, religiosity, credit rating, cost of debt, bank loan, information asymmetry
IPO, underwriter, information advantage, proprietary trading, bookbuilding, auction, IPO method, investment bank
Financial Analysts, Accrual Anomaly, Experience, Accrual Quality
shadow banking, entrusted loans, credit shortage, fundamental risk, informational risk
private firm, mutual fund, IPO
Predictability, Corporate Activities, Information Asymmetry, Economic Value
Home Bias, Mergers, Acquisitions, CEO, Investment
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