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Conditionally Conservative Fair Value Measurements

Date: 02/2017
Author(s): Badia, Marc; Duro, Miguel; Peñalva, Fernando; Ryan, Stephen

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

Firms measure fair values using Level 2 or 3 inputs when items do not trade in liquid markets, limiting market discipline over the measurements. We provide evidence that firms holding higher proportions of financial instruments measured at Level 2 and 3 fair values report more conditionally conservative comprehensive income attributable to fair value ...

Free-Riding in Multi-Party Alliances: The Role of Perceived Alliance Effectiveness and Peers' Collaboration in a Research Consortium

Date: 02/2017
Author(s): Fonti, Fabio; Maoret, Massimo; Whitbred, Robert

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

Research summary: Multi-party alliances rely on partners' willingness to commit and pool their efforts in joint endeavors. However, partners face the dilemma of how much to commit to the alliance. We shed light on this issue by analyzing the relationship between partners' free-riding - defined as their effort-withholding - and their perceptions of ...

The Unfulfilled Promise of Biotechnology Firms: A Top Management Team-Based Explanation

Date: 08/01/2017
Author(s): Ener, Hakan

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

A key feature of biotechnology firms' business models is the tendency to branch into related therapeutic markets within the same industry in developing new products. Recent analyses revealed that this business model has not paid off for the vast majority of firms in this industry. Building on theories of learning and attention, and supported by empirical ...

Executive Gender Pay Gaps: The Roles of Female Risk Aversion and Board Representation

Date: 03/01/2017
Author(s): Giné, Mireia; Carter, Mary Ellen; Franco, Francesca

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

Using a large sample of executives in S&P1500 firms over 1996-2010, we document significant salary and total compensation gaps between female and male executives and explore two possible explanations for the gaps. We find support for greater female risk aversion as one contributing factor. Female executives hold significantly lower equity incentives ...

The Effect of the External Labor Market on the Gender Pay Gap among Executives

Date: 01/2017
Author(s): Quintana-García, Cristina; Elvira, Marta

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

To date, few empirical studies have explored potential differences in the effects of external labor market hiring on the compensation of male and female managers. Using longitudinal data from a sample of public high-technology firms on individual top executives? total compensation in the United States, and the separate components of base and variable ...

Conditionally Exponential Random Models for Individual Properties and Network Structures: Method and Application

Date: 01/2017
Author(s): Nasini, Stefano; Martínez de Albéniz, Víctor; Dehdarirad, Tahereh

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

Exponential random models have been widely adopted as a general probabilistic framework for complex networks and recently extended to embrace broader statistical settings such as dynamic networks, valued networks or two-mode networks. Our aim is to provide a further step into the generalization of this class of models by considering sample spaces which ...

On the Cost of Capital in Inventory Models with Deterministic Demand

Date: 01/2017
Author(s): Serrano, Alejandro; Oliva, Rogelio; Kraiselburd, Santiago

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

In the operations management literature, the financial risk in an inventory model is usually assumed to be captured by the (constant) weighted average cost of capital (WACC) of the firm. This assumption is, at best, an approximation, since this cost depends on the risk of the cash flows, which, in turn, depends on the inventory policy. We investigate ...

Unleashing Sustainability Transformations Through Robust Action

Date: 01/01/2017
Author(s): Etzion, D.; Gehman, Joel; Ferraro, Fabrizio; Avidan, Miron

Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

Shifting to dramatically more sustainable systems is an unconventional or wicked problem, encompassing multiple actors, disciplines, and values. Yet to date, sustainability initiatives have been tackled primarily by means of conventional managerial approaches. We contend that these approaches are ill-suited for achieving sustainability transformations. ...

How Does Performance Feedback Affect Boundary Spanning in Multinational Corporations? Insights from Technology Scouts

Date: 23/12/2016
Author(s): Klueter, Thomas Maximilian; Monteiro, F.
Editor(s): EIC - Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center
Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

As much as prior research has shed light on the boundary-spanning processes of global organizations and their (positive) impact on an MNC's performance, whether, when and how past performance ultimately shapes an MNC's boundary-spanning activities remains an open question in management research. To tackle these questions, we examine the behavior of ...

Understanding Community Dynamics in the Study of Grand Challenges: How Nonprofits, Institutional Actors, and the Community Fabric Interact to Influence Income Inequality

Date: 21/12/2016
Author(s): Berrone, Pascual; Gelabert, Liliana; Rousseau, Horacio Enrique; Massa-Saluzzo, Federica
Editor(s): Cátedra Schneider Electric de Sostenibilidad y Estrategia de Negocio
Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)

This paper provides a conceptual model that explains how competitive and institutional dynamics at the community level influence the ability of welfare-oriented nonprofits to eradicate income inequality. To test our framework, we build a large and unique seven-year panel dataset consisting of data from 245 U.S. communities. We find that increasing ...

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