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What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million?

by David Larcker, Brian Tayan, Allan McCall,
Vol.CGRP22,
No.December 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million? (PDF)By Professor, David F. Larcker,  Allan L...

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Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass

Vol.CGRP21,
No.October 11, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-10

   Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass  (PDF)By Professor...

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The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable

Vol.CGRP20,
No.September 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable  (PDF)Stanford Graduate School of Business –...

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Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”?

Vol.CGRP19,
No.September 1, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”? (PDF) Stanford...

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Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members?

Vol.CGRP18,
No.August 17, 2011,
(2011)

  Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members? (PDF) Related: 2011 Corporate Board Survey from Stanford...

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Seven Myths of Executive Compensation

Vol.CGRP17,
No.June 21, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  CGRP17 – Seven Myths of Executive Compensation (PDF)by Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor...

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Seven Myths of Corporate Governance

Vol.CGRP16,
No.June 1, 2011,
(2011)

  CGRP16 – Seven Myths of Corporate Governance (PDF) by Professor David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan, MBA...

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Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO

Vol.CGRP15,
No.May 16, 2011,
(2011)

  Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO By Authors: Professor David F. Larcker and...

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The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?

Vol.CGRP14,
No.April 21, 2011,
(2011)

The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?by David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan  ...

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Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value?

Vol.CGRP13,
No.April 19, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-5

Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value? Many institutional investors rely on a proxy advisory firm...

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Seven Myths of Executive Compensation

Vol.CGRP17,
No.June 21, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  CGRP17 – Seven Myths of Executive Compensation (PDF)by Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor...

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Dyads, Triads and Consumer Treachery: When Interpersonal Connections Guard Against Brand Cheating

Consumers develop committed and meaningful relationships with brands, yet still sometimes buy or use options that...

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Perceiving the agency of harmful agents: A test of dehumanization versus moral typecasting accounts

Vol.146,
(2016),
pp 33-47

It is clear that harmful agents are targets of severe condemnation, but it is much less clear how perceivers...

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The Manager as Facilitator of Dialogue

Vol.Online before print,
(forthcoming)

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Fixed or Contingent: How Should “Governance Monitors” Be Paid?

Vol.CGRP27,
No.10/1/2012,
(2012)

  Corporate monitors are important participants in corporate governance systems.  Monitors include the board...

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Resolving the Disconnects Between Academics and Practice in Entrepreneurship

No.September,
(2011)

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Sensitivity of CEO Wealth to Stock Price: A New Tool For Assessing Pay for Performance

Vol.CGRP10,
No.September 15, 2010,
(2010),
pp 1-7

Closer Look Series: Topics, Issues and Controversies in Corporate Governance, No. CGRP-10, By David F. Larcker,...

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Union Activism-Do Union Pension Funds Act Solely in the Interest of Beneficiaries?

Vol.CGRP30,
No.December 11, 2012,
(2012),
pp 1-9

Union pension funds manage approximately $3.5 trillion in retirement assets on behalf of public and private sector...

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CEO Compensation: Data Spotlight

Vol.April 25, 2017,
(2017),
pp 1-26

This Data Spotlight provides data and statistics on the level and structure of CEO compensation in the United States....

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Where Experts Get It Wrong: Independence vs. Leadership in Corporate Governance

Vol.CGRP32,
No.March 14, 2013,
(2013),
pp 1-5

    Where Experts Get It Wrong: Independence vs. Leadership in Corporate Governance [PDF]Authors: ...

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Scaling Up: The Implementation of Corporate Governance in Pre-IPO Companies

Vol.CGRP75,
No.December 3, 2018,
(2018),
pp 1-12

Scaling Up: The Implementation of Corporate Governance in Pre-IPO Companies David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan, Stanford...

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Global Smartphone 3D Camera Market

The contemporary technological improvements get led the adoption of cameras in smartphones. At the beginning, 3D...

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The Evolution of Corporate Governance: 2018 Study of Inception to IPO

Vol.November 2018,
(2018),
pp 1-23

The Evolution of Corporate Governance: 2018 Study of Inception to IPO https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/sites/gsb/files/...

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Why Small Teams Are More Productive Than Large Ones

Vol.1,
No.1,
(2018),
pp 1-1

Why Small Teams Are More Productive Than Large Ones As the company’s size keeps growing, things start changing....

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The Big Thumb on the Scale: An Overview of the Proxy Advisory Industry

Vol.CGRP72,
No.May 31, 2018,
(2018),
pp 1-11

The Big Thumb on the Scale: An Overview of the Proxy Advisory Industry James R. Copland, David F. Larcker, and Brian...

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Netflix Approach to Governance: Genuine Transparency with the Board

Vol.CGRP71,
No.May 1, 2017,
(2018),
pp 1-7

The hallmark of good corporate governance is an independent board of directors to oversee management. However, it is...

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Dyads, Triads and Consumer Treachery: When Interpersonal Connections Guard Against Brand Cheating

Consumers develop committed and meaningful relationships with brands, yet still sometimes buy or use options that...

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Perceiving the agency of harmful agents: A test of dehumanization versus moral typecasting accounts

Vol.146,
(2016),
pp 33-47

It is clear that harmful agents are targets of severe condemnation, but it is much less clear how perceivers...

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Lie, Cheat, and Steal: How Harmful Brands Motivate Consumers to Act Unethically

While brand punishment—through either individual or collective action—has received ample attention by...

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Governance Gone Wild: Epic Misbehavior at Uber Technologies

Vol.CGRP70,
No.December 11, 2017,
(2017),
pp 1-15

Governance Gone Wild: Epic Misbehavior at Uber Technologies Download David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan, Stanford Closer...

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What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million?

by David Larcker, Brian Tayan, Allan McCall,
Vol.CGRP22,
No.December 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million? (PDF)By Professor, David F. Larcker,  Allan L...

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Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass

Vol.CGRP21,
No.October 11, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-10

   Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass  (PDF)By Professor...

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The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable

Vol.CGRP20,
No.September 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable  (PDF)Stanford Graduate School of Business –...

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Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”?

Vol.CGRP19,
No.September 1, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”? (PDF) Stanford...

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Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members?

Vol.CGRP18,
No.August 17, 2011,
(2011)

  Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members? (PDF) Related: 2011 Corporate Board Survey from Stanford...

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Seven Myths of Executive Compensation

Vol.CGRP17,
No.June 21, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  CGRP17 – Seven Myths of Executive Compensation (PDF)by Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor...

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Seven Myths of Corporate Governance

Vol.CGRP16,
No.June 1, 2011,
(2011)

  CGRP16 – Seven Myths of Corporate Governance (PDF) by Professor David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan, MBA...

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Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO

Vol.CGRP15,
No.May 16, 2011,
(2011)

  Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO By Authors: Professor David F. Larcker and...

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The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?

Vol.CGRP14,
No.April 21, 2011,
(2011)

The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?by David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan  ...

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Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value?

Vol.CGRP13,
No.April 19, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-5

Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value? Many institutional investors rely on a proxy advisory firm...

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What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million?

by David Larcker, Brian Tayan, Allan McCall,
Vol.CGRP22,
No.December 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  What Does It Mean for an Executive To Make $1 Million? (PDF)By Professor, David F. Larcker,  Allan L...

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Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass

Vol.CGRP21,
No.October 11, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-10

   Leadership Challenges at Hewlett-Packard: Through the Looking Glass  (PDF)By Professor...

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The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable

Vol.CGRP20,
No.September 14, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  The NCAA Adopts “Dodd-Frank”: A Fable  (PDF)Stanford Graduate School of Business –...

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Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”?

Vol.CGRP19,
No.September 1, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-4

  Scarlet Letter: Are the CEOs and Directors of Failed Companies “Tainted”? (PDF) Stanford...

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Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members?

Vol.CGRP18,
No.August 17, 2011,
(2011)

  Are Current CEOs the Best Board Members? (PDF) Related: 2011 Corporate Board Survey from Stanford...

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Seven Myths of Executive Compensation

Vol.CGRP17,
No.June 21, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-7

  CGRP17 – Seven Myths of Executive Compensation (PDF)by Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor...

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Seven Myths of Corporate Governance

Vol.CGRP16,
No.June 1, 2011,
(2011)

  CGRP16 – Seven Myths of Corporate Governance (PDF) by Professor David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan, MBA...

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Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO

Vol.CGRP15,
No.May 16, 2011,
(2011)

  Tesla Motors: The Evolution of Governance from Inception to IPO By Authors: Professor David F. Larcker and...

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The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?

Vol.CGRP14,
No.April 21, 2011,
(2011)

The Resignation of David Sokol: Mountain or Molehill for Berkshire Hathaway?by David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan  ...

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Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value?

Vol.CGRP13,
No.April 19, 2011,
(2011),
pp 1-5

Do ISS Voting Recommendations Create Shareholder Value? Many institutional investors rely on a proxy advisory firm...

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