Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value

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From 1988 to 2003, the average change in managerial ownership is significantly negative every year for American firms. The probability of large decreases in ownership is strongly increasing in contemporaneous and past stock returns but the probability of large increases in ownership through managerial purchases of shares is not. The relation between changes in Tobin"s q and past and contemporaneous changes in ownership depends critically on controlling for past stock returns. When controlling for past stock returns, past large decreases in managerial ownership are unrelated to current changes in Tobin"s q but there is some evidence that past large increases in managerial ownership are positively related to current changes in Tobin"s q. Because managers sell shares when a firm"s stock is performing well, large contemporaneous decreases in managerial ownership are associated with increases in Tobin"s q. We argue that our evidence is mostly inconsistent with existing theories and propose a managerial discretion theory of ownership consistent with our evidence.

StatementRüdiger Fahlenbrach, René M. Stulz.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 13202., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 13202.
ContributionsStulz, René M., National Bureau of Economic Research.
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL17634790M
OCLC/WorldCa157034900

We examine the dynamics of managerial ownership for American firms from to and their relation to changes in firm value. We find that the average and median annual change in managerial ownership during that period is negative.

In other words, a firm's managerial ownership is expected to by: Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value Rüdiger Fahlenbrach, René M. Stulz. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in June NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance From tothe average change in managerial ownership is significantly negative every year for American by: Request PDF | Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value | From tothe average change in managerial ownership is significantly negative every year for American firms.

We find that. A further advantage of looking at the relation between firm value and managerial ownership dynamically is that it is possible to decompose changes in managerial ownership into changes caused by purchases and sales of shares by managers and changes caused by increases or decreases in shares outstanding.

Title Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value. Author(s) Fahlenbrach, Rüdiger; Stulz, René M. Published in Journal of Financial Economics. Volume Pages Date DOI Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value book Laboratories SFI-RF.

Record Appears in Cited by: "Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value," CEI Working Paper SeriesCenter for Economic Institutions, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University.

Fahlenbrach, Rudiger & Stulz, Rene, firm value and ownership, the dynamics of managerial ownership and their relation to changes in firm value have been neglected in the recent literature.1 We exploit the dynamic relation between large ownership changes and changes in q.

Part of the information about changes in managerial ownership that take place in year t only becomes. There is no evidence that large decreases in ownership have an adverse impact on firm value. We rely on the dynamics of the managerial ownership/firm value relation to mitigate concerns in the literature about the endogeneity of managerial valuation Director and officer ownership Ownership dynamics.

There is no evidence that large decreases in ownership have an adverse impact on firm value. We rely on the dynamics of the managerial ownership/firm value relation to mitigate concerns in the literature about the endogeneity of managerial by: "Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value," Working Paper SeriesOhio State University, Charles A.

Dice Center for Research in Financial Economics. Rüdiger Fahlenbrach & René M. Stulz, "Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Managerial ownership dynamics and firm value book, Inc.

There is no evidence that large decreases in ownership have an adverse impact on firm value. We rely on the dynamics of the managerial ownership/firm value relation to mitigate concerns in the literature about the endogeneity of managerial ownership. Keywords: Firm valuation, director and officer ownership, ownership dynamicsCited by: Download Citation | Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value | From tothe average change in managerial ownership is significantly negative every year for American firms.

The. We analyze the simultaneous relationship between managerial ownership, board structure, and firm value, using a sample of all UK non-financial listed companies.

We test the hypothesis that managers in the UK should become entrenched at a higher level of ownership compared to their US counterparts because of institutional differences across the.

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series Managerial Ownership Dynamics and Firm Value. Ruediger Fahlenbrach, René Stulz Management, Ownership, Value; Series number: Serial Number: / Date posted: June 01 MANAGERIAL OWNERSHIP, BOARD STRUCTURE AND FIRM’S PERFORMANCE: A control for firm ownership (public versus private).

- Return on sales (RoS) and return on equity (RoE). - Adjusted Tobin’s Q (AdjQ), defined as the ratio of market value of equity to the book value of debt - Log(TA) – logarithm of total assets netted for depreciation. Originality/value Differentiating the types of managerial ownership into family and non-family categories enriches our knowledge about who actually contributes to the improved performance.

Managerial Ownership and Firm Performance: The Influence of Family Directors and Non-Family Directors - Author: Hasnah Kamardin. Morck et al., Management ownership and market valuation To measure performance, we rely mainly on average Tobin's Q, equal to the ratio of the firm's market value to the replacement cost of its physical assets.

Tobin's Q is high when the firm has valuable intangible assets in addition to. ICP Firm Value Managerial Ownership International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, Vol.

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6, No. 7, July greater than one shows a surplus of equity value compared to book value in the market place. According to Edvinsson and Malone ()[26], surplus of market value over book value.

Ownership Concentration, Managerial Ownership and Firm Performance: Evidence from Turkey. This study examines the effects of ownership concentration and managerial ownership on the profitability and the value of non-financial firms listed on the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) in the context of an emerging market.

Ownership Dynamics and Firm Performance in government ownership experienced a smaller drop in firm value as compared to fully managerial ownership was remarkably favorable for the promotion and restructuring of Russian firms, greatly outperforming employee ownership. With only a. that causation runs from firm value to corporate governance, rather than vice versa.

Firms with higher market values may adopt better corporate governance practices for a number of reasons. The firm’s insiders may believe that these practices will further raise firm value or think that these practices will signal management quality.

Wahyu () also analyzed the influence of corporate governance on firm value. Indicators of corporate governance were proportion of non-execitive director, managerial ownership, independent commissioners, independent audit and institutional ownership, while those of firm value were Tobin’s Q, PER and closing price.

between managerial ownership and firm value. These examples in the literature constitute the foundation of the research on entrenchment and the convergence-of-interest effect arising from managerial ownership and firm valuation. However, they focus largely on the relationship between managerial shareholding and firm value in developed economies.

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International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research (IJMSR) Volume 6, Is OctoberPP that measures the market price relative to book value. There are several ratios to measure the market company are proven to increase of Firm Value, but liquidity and high leverage are proven to reduce Firm Value.

Keywords. Md Khokan Bepari, Relative and incremental value relevance of book value and earnings during the global financial crisis, International Journal of Commerce and Management, /IJCoMA, 25, 4, (), ().Managerial ownership dynamics and rm value $ Ru¨diger Fahlenbrach a, Rene ´ M.

Stulz b, a Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, Fisher Hall, Columbus, OHUSA b Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, Fisher Hall, Columbus, OHUSA and NBER article info Article history: Received 6 June Received in revised form.

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