"Say on Pay" Paper Makes Top 10 SSRN List

Professors Jie Cai and Ralph A. Walkling’s paper entitled, “Shareholders’ Say on Pay: Does it Create Value?” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for CGDET: Compensation of Executives & Directors, CGDET: Shareholder Activism and Corporate Governance: Decisions, Events, & Transactions. As of 03/31/2009 the paper has been downloaded 480 times. To view the abstract and download statistics please visit the URL at: http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1030925.

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To view the top ten list for the journal click on its name CGDET: Compensation of Executives & Directors (Topic) Top Ten, CGDET: Shareholder Activism (Topic) Top Ten and Corporate Governance: Decisions, Events, & Transactions Top Ten and to view all the papers in the journals click on these links link(s) CGDET: Compensation of Executives & Directors (Topic) All Papers, CGDET: Shareholder Activism (Topic) All Papers and Corporate Governance: Decisions, Events, & Transactions All Papers.


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