Ernst Maug
Ernst Maug
Professor of Corporate Finance, Universitšt Mannheim
Verified email at uni-mannheim.de
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Large shareholders as monitors: Is there a trade‐off between liquidity and control?
E Maug
The journal of finance 53 (1), 65-98, 1998
17331998
Large shareholders as monitors: Is there a trade‐off between liquidity and control?
E Maug
The journal of finance 53 (1), 65-98, 1998
17331998
Lower salaries and no options? On the optimal structure of executive pay
I Dittmann, E Maug
The Journal of Finance 62 (1), 303-343, 2007
497*2007
Lower salaries and no options? On the optimal structure of executive pay
I Dittmann, E Maug
The Journal of Finance 62 (1), 303-343, 2007
3952007
Bankers on the boards of German firms: What they do, what they are worth, and why they are (still) there
I Dittmann, E Maug, C Schneider
Review of Finance 14 (1), 35-71, 2010
2912010
Bankers on the boards of German firms: What they do, what they are worth, and why they are (still) there
I Dittmann, E Maug, C Schneider
Review of Finance 14 (1), 35-71, 2010
2912010
Boards of directors and capital structure: alternative forms of corporate restructuring
E Maug
Journal of Corporate Finance 3 (2), 113-139, 1997
1881997
Sticks or carrots? Optimal CEO compensation when managers are loss averse
I Dittmann, E Maug, O Spalt
The Journal of Finance 65 (6), 2015-2050, 2010
1792010
Insider trading legislation and corporate governance
E Maug
European Economic Review 46 (9), 1569-1597, 2002
1722002
Herding and delegated portfolio management: The impact of relative performance evaluation on asset allocation
E Maug, N Naik
The Quarterly Journal of Finance 1 (02), 265-292, 2011
1712011
Herding and delegated portfolio management: The impact of relative performance evaluation on asset allocation
E Maug, N Naik
The Quarterly Journal of Finance 1 (02), 265-292, 2011
1712011
Ownership structure and the life-cycle of the firm: A theory of the decision to go public
E Maug
Review of Finance 5 (3), 167-200, 2001
1142001
Herding and delegated portfolio management
E Maug, N Naik
London Business School, 1996
1021996
How fundamental are fundamental values? Valuation methods and their impact on the performance of German venture capitalists
I Dittmann, E Maug, J Kemper
European Financial Management 10 (4), 609-638, 2004
862004
Restricting CEO pay
I Dittmann, E Maug, D Zhang
Journal of Corporate Finance 17 (4), 1200-1220, 2011
832011
Restricting CEO pay
I Dittmann, E Maug, D Zhang
Journal of Corporate Finance 17 (4), 1200-1220, 2011
832011
Do shareholders vote strategically? Voting behavior, proposal screening, and majority rules
E Maug, K Rydqvist
Review of Finance 13 (1), 47-79, 2009
822009
Do shareholders vote strategically? Voting behavior, proposal screening, and majority rules
E Maug, K Rydqvist
Review of Finance 13 (1), 47-79, 2009
822009
Labor representation in governance as an insurance mechanism
EH Kim, E Maug, C Schneider
Review of Finance 22 (4), 1251-1289, 2018
752018
Biases and error measures: How to compare valuation methods
I Dittmann, E Maug
692008
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