Finance: Empirical Issues in Corporate Finance - Eliezer Fich, Ph.D.

Dr. Eliezer Fich’s areas of expertise include empirical issues in corporate finance, particularly the effect of board composition and director compensation on the value of publicly traded firms.

His publications on corporate governance include, “Are Busy Boards Effective Monitors? ” “The Impact of Stock-Option Compensation for Outside Directors on Firm Value, “Why do CEOs Reciprocally Sit on Each Other’s Boards?,” and “Are Some Outside Directors Better than Others? Evidence from Director Appointments by Fortune 1000 Firms.”

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