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Dirk Jenter
Dirk Jenter
Professor of Finance, London School of Economics
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CEO turnover and relative performance evaluation
D Jenter, F Kanaan
the Journal of Finance 70 (5), 2155-2184, 2015
10822015
CEO compensation
C Frydman, D Jenter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
9542010
Market timing and managerial portfolio decisions
D Jenter
The Journal of Finance 60 (4), 1903-1949, 2005
6052005
Executive compensation: A survey of theory and evidence
A Edmans, X Gabaix, D Jenter
The handbook of the economics of corporate governance 1, 383-539, 2017
3482017
Performance-induced CEO turnover
D Jenter, K Lewellen
The Review of Financial Studies 34 (2), 569–617, 2021
342*2021
CEO preferences and acquisitions
D Jenter, K Lewellen
The Journal of Finance 70 (6), 2813-2852, 2015
268*2015
Employee sentiment and stock option compensation
NK Bergman, D Jenter
Journal of financial Economics 84 (3), 667-712, 2007
2672007
Institutional cross-holdings and their effect on acquisition decisions
J Harford, D Jenter, K Li
Journal of Financial Economics 99 (1), 27-39, 2011
236*2011
Executive compensation, incentives, and risk
D Jenter
Incentives, and Risk (April 2002), 2002
123*2002
Selling company shares to reluctant employees: France Telecom's experience
F Degeorge, D Jenter, A Moel, P Tufano
Journal of Financial Economics 71 (1), 169-202, 2004
842004
Security issue timing: What do managers know, and when do they know it?
D Jenter, K Lewellen, JB Warner
The Journal of Finance 66 (2), 413-443, 2011
812011
Good and bad CEOs
D Jenter, E Matveyev, L Roth
Unpublished Working Paper, 2016
792016
The market for CEOs
P Cziraki, D Jenter
European Corporate Governance Institute–Finance Working Paper, 2022
322022
CEO compensation: Evidence from the field
A Edmans, T Gosling, D Jenter
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16315, 2021
252021
Does board size matter
D Jenter, T Schmid, D Urban
AFA2019, 2018 SFS Cavalcade North America, 2018 CEPR Symposium, 2018
202018
Understanding insider trading by top executives: buying and selling by top managers isn't always what it seems. True insider information is actually a very small motivator, an …
DC Jenter
Financial Executive 20 (3), 55-57, 2004
82004
Shareholder liability and bank failure
D Jenter, F Aldunate, AG Korteweg, P Koudijs
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16309, 2021
52021
Conflicts of Interests Among Shareholders: The Case of Corporate Acquisitions
K Li, J Harford, D Jenter
MIT Sloan Research Paper, 2007
2007
Essays on the interaction of firms and equity markets
DC Jenter
Harvard University, 2002
2002
How boards and shareholders design CEO pay–and where they disagree
A Edmans, T Gosling, D Jenter
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