Management Insights

Gorman, Michael F.
July 2012
Management Science;Jul2012, Vol. 58 Issue 7, piv
Academic Journal
Abstracts are presented for articles in the current issue including "Quantifying Managerial Ability: A New Measure and Validity Tests" by Peter Demerjian, Baruch Lev, and Sarah McVay, "Public Opinion and Executive Compensation" by Camelia M. Kuhnen and Alexandra Niessen, and "Streaks in Earnings Surprises and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns" by Roger K. Loh and Mitch Warachka.


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