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Finance & Accounting Group Seminar: "Short-Term Shareholders, Bubbles and CEO Myopia" by John Thanassoulis, University of Oxford

When Jun 11, 2013
from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM
Where CJBS, Room W2.01
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Contact Phone 01223-768386
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Abstract:

This paper analyses the real economy effects of firms having some shareholders with a short investment horizon on their shareholder register. Short-term shareholders cause informed management to be concerned with the path of the share price as well as its ultimate value. Such shareholders in an economy lead to bubbles in the prices of key inputs, to the misallocation of firms to risky business models, and to increased costs of capital. For individual firms short-term shareholders induce the Board to reduce deferred incentives in CEO pay prompting CEO myopia and reduced investments in the long-run capabilities of the firm.

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