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Ownership at Large – Open Problems and Challenges in Ownership Management [article]

John Ahlgren, Maria Eugenia Berezin, Kinga Bojarczuk, Elena Dulskyte, Inna Dvortsova, Johann George, Natalija Gucevska, Mark Harman, Shan He, Ralf Lämmel, Erik Meijer, Silvia Sapora (+1 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The paper sets out open problems and challenges on ownership for the research community with advances expected from the fields of software engineering, programming languages, and machine learning.  ...  This paper introduces the Facebook Ownesty system, which uses a combination of ultra large scale data mining and machine learning and has been deployed at Facebook as part of the company's ownership management  ...  OPEN PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES We lay out a number of research areas around ownership by describing the open problems and challenges in these areas and referring to related work to capture the state of the  ... 
arXiv:2004.07352v1 fatcat:nxrmxs73cbbs7doshaiho6wbrq

Human Total Cost of Ownership: The Penny Foolish Principle at Work

Wayne Zachary, Robert R. Hoffman, Kelly Neville, Jennifer Fowlkes
2007 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
We also thank Amanda Hafich, Jerry Owens, Jack Ennis, Geraldine Burke, and Vassil Iordanov for their contributions to the JSEM effort.  ...  Robert Hoffman's contribution was also made possible through participation in the Advanced Decision Architectures Collaborative Technology Alliance, sponsored by the US Army Research Laboratory under cooperative  ...  A US Navy program on collaborative knowledge interoperability is struggling with the challenges of how to measure macrocognitive functions at the level of team performance in sociotechnical systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2007.33 fatcat:feop2eyh6fcovcoxjrdkjos2my

Inherited commitments': Do changes in ownership affect corporate social responsibility (CSR) at African gold mines?

Gavin Hilson
2011 African Journal of Business Management  
Following a change in ownership, new management faces few pressures to embrace CSR in its entirety and therefore, more often than not, finds itself in a position to implement programs and policies of its  ...  Whilst there appears to be little incentive to proactively engage with communities and implement cutting-edge environmental policies in the region, mine managers argue otherwise, highlighting a number  ...  Bowman and Haire (1975) elaborated further on what management clearly perceived to be a huge challenge and potentially, an impediment: 'It has become an increasingly perplexing problem for corporate strategists  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm10.1608 fatcat:2s33j76fuze5rddfqhrneelvzm

The persistence of founder influence: management, ownership, and performance effects at initial public offering

Teresa Nelson
2003 Strategic Management Journal  
For example, founders may decide against venture cap ital funding or public stock ownership so as to retain more ownership and management author in the firm by investors at IPO is considered  ...  The significant act of IPO opens the firm's own ership to the public. This means that extant firm owners and managers can no longer select, or play a role in selecting, those new owners.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.328 fatcat:qdg3po6fqnggxctdqc33h2htsi

What Makes Better Boards? A Closer Look at Diversity and Ownership

Walid Ben-Amar, Claude Francoeur, Taïeb Hafsi, Réal Labelle
2011 British Journal of Management  
Also, ownership is an important factor. The mostly advocated board diversity aimed at insuring the board's independence is not valid across all ownership configurations.  ...  A theoretical framework linking ownership, board diversity and M&A strategic decision making is proposed and tested.  ...  Pluralism or heterogeneity in the composition of boards of directors is seen as breeding a higher level of openness and decision-making analytical quality, and despite expected difficulties in reconciling  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2011.00789.x fatcat:j5ztke43h5glxndwshzhlkb4w4

The Role of Managerial Ownership on Impact of Corporate Diversification Strategies and Capital Structure to Corporate Performance Domestic Companies (DC's) at the Indonesia Stock Exchange

Wahyu Ari Andriyanto
2019 Zenodo  
Directly, managerial ownership as a moderating variable that is a proxy in the interaction variables has no significant effect on firm performance, managerial ownership has a moderating variable is not  ...  when high levels of managerial ownership will actually reduce the level of company performance and vice versa.  ...  Large managerial share ownership allows managers to take a leading position in the company to control leverage decisions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3491509 fatcat:xsag33o3a5c2hmqwe3rigns3yi

Firm Profitability, State Ownership, and Top Management Turnover at the Listed Firms in China: A Behavioral Perspective

Wei Shen, Chen Lin
2010 Social Science Research Network  
Research Findings/Insights: Using data from a large sample of the listed firms in China from 1999 to 2002, we find that firm profitability and state ownership are negatively related to top management turnover  ...  Manuscript Type: Empirical Research Question/Issue: We attempt to clarify the relationships between firm profitability, state ownership, and top management turnover at partially privatized firms by taking  ...  Because having state ownership, legal entity ownership and public ownership simultaneously in the analysis leads to the problem of multicollinearity, we treat legal entity ownership as the benchmark group  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1547108 fatcat:pin6zaiqrvcxxhpjuz44czf7mm

UK GOVERNANCE AT THE TIME OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS: CALLS FOR CHANGE

Suzanne Young, Vijaya Thyil
2009 Corporate Ownership and Control  
The main conclusions are that the importance of good governance in establishing trust again at the time of the financial crisis is key and changes seem to be called for in a number of areas: in enhancing  ...  This research explores UK governance, what it means, what are its influences and how it is changing at the time of this financial crisis.  ...  to potential problems?  ... 
doi:10.22495/cocv6i4sip8 fatcat:rrnzo5ftl5h77if5nlbqekadd4

Financialisation, ownership and employee interests under private equity at the AA, part two

Ian Clark
2016 Industrial relations journal  
It focuses in particular on trade union de-recognition and trade union recognition in the furtherance of ownership interests.  ...  Two, how and why, as a de-recognised trade union, does the GMB continue to campaign for and represent GMB members in the AA when the IDU (the independent democratic union) has sole recognition at the firm  ...  To balance the very open access secured at the GMB it was necessary to seek to secure some formal access at the IDU.  ... 
doi:10.1111/irj.12137 fatcat:wusnmljalbdyjlieutdwtcqi74

Historical and Empirical Basis for Communal Title in Minerals at the National Level: Does Ownership Matter for Human Development?

Gary Flomenhoft
2018 Sustainability  
A comprehensive summary of national mining title laws for 199 countries was completed in order to determine if communal ownership is recognized at the national level.  ...  The finding is that this type of ownership is non-existent at the national level.  ...  The communities described by Ostrom were on a small scale, and the challenge is to scale the management of common resources up to a larger scale, and to maintain environmental and social sustainability  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10061958 fatcat:4lytjkciingfjlv7ena5pa7o2m

Firm Profitability, State Ownership, and Top Management Turnover at the Listed Firms in China: A Behavioral Perspective

Wei Shen, Chen Lin
2009 Corporate governance: An International Review  
Research Findings/Insights: Using data from a large sample of the listed firms in China from 1999 to 2002, we find that firm profitability and state ownership are negatively related to top management turnover  ...  Manuscript Type: Empirical Research Question/Issue: We attempt to clarify the relationships between firm profitability, state ownership, and top management turnover at partially privatized firms by taking  ...  Because having state ownership, legal entity ownership and public ownership simultaneously in the analysis leads to the problem of multicollinearity, we treat legal entity ownership as the benchmark group  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8683.2009.00725.x fatcat:hga6lytgnnho7ibunekuot5y4e

Ownership Structure and Financial Performance of Companies Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya

Nathan Mwaka Nzuki, Charity Njoka
2021 International Journal of Current Aspects in Finance, Banking and Accounting  
This research aims at determining the relationship between structure of ownership on company's performance financially and are anchored on two explicit objectives: to ascertain whether institutional local  ...  A census of the 60 listed firms is drawn in this study. Secondary data relating to ownership structure and return on assets is collected using secondary data collection sheet.  ...  According to research done on the ownership structure across listed 481 firms in 5 countries in Europe, the level of ownership of voting shares in France, Italy, Germany, Spain and UK puts the levels at  ... 
doi:10.35942/ijcfa.v3i1.168 fatcat:lq4g5rnkpfcwleujh2ap7yxoyi

Corporate Governance Rating and Ownership Structure in the Case of Turkey

Sevin Gurarda, Emre Ozsoz, Abidin Ates
2016 International Journal of Financial Studies  
the data; and Abidin Ates, Sevin Gurarda and Emre Ozsoz jointly wrote the paper.  ...  Seminar in September 2014.  ...  Agency problems may arise from the separation of ownership and management (Type I agency problem) or from conflicts of interest between controlling and non-controlling shareholders (Type II agency problem  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijfs4020008 fatcat:sep7sarnx5fsfg7w3wxrfvdime

The Determinants of Employee Ownership Plan Implementation in EU Countries – the Quest for Economic Democracy: a First Look at the Evidence

Ricardo B. Machado
2016 Organizacija  
However, the labour market's freedom, the trustworthiness of and confidence in financial markets and the quality of secondary and tertiary education do not deliver clear-cut results.  ...  Results: I report a strong correlation between employee ownership incidence and the index of economic freedom.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper was presented at the 9th International Conference in Critical Management Studies (CMS), held by the University of Leicester, 8-10 July 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1515/orga-2016-0007 fatcat:2i2pxsuf6zbpxezxvhagk3sece

Contemporary Socio-Economic Determinants of Cattle Ownership by Farmers Living at the Edge of Protected Areas: A Case of Hwange Rural Ward Fifteen, Zimbabwe

Vuyisile Precious Moyo, Philani Mlilo
2019 The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies  
This paper is based on a study which sought to understand whether protected areas present a serious challenge to cattle ownership and access by people living at the edge.  ...  Critical to understand is that this study took place in 2015, three decades after the launch of Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE).  ...  Diseases Diseases passed contracted by cattle and other livestock were mentioned by all respondents as major challenges to cattle ownership in the study area.  ... 
doi:10.24940/theijhss/2019/v7/i6/hs1906-041 fatcat:rbbrkbgj6bcwteopcwuskdi7ea
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