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Shareholder Wealth Effects of CEO Succession
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management
Companies often dismiss their chief executive officers (CEOs) when financial performance falters. This study examines why, despite the positive stock market effects, the replacement of the CEO often does little to change a company's financial performance. Thanks to the agency arrangements in some companies, new CEOs are able to negotiate favorable contracts which benefit the CEO rather than the shareholders. In a sample of 140 publicly-traded firms, we found that compensation systems for newdoi:10.4236/ajibm.2013.36067 fatcat:yxrprcgb3zcslmii2jrvptortu