Published Date:February 6, 2013
Using compensation data from 290 chief executives at large U.S. firms over an 11-year period, Taekjin Shin, a professor of labor and employment relations at Illinois, shows that firms that trumpet how much they value shareholders actually pay their CEOs more, regardless of the quality of their performance.
February 6, 2013
Published Date:January 24, 2013
Yunchuan "Frank" Liu, a professor of business administration, says a retailers optimal store layout is driven by an incentive to balance the shopping process of uncertain consumers and the pricing behavior of upstream suppliers.
January 24, 2013
Published Date:January 10, 2013
High-frequency stock trading leads to an increase in order cancelation but little else of value to investors and the public, says research co-written by University of Illinois business professor Mao Ye, left, and graduate students Chen Yao, center, and Jiading Gai.
January 10, 2013
Published Date:January 9, 2013
While businesses have typically viewed the news media as a megaphone for publicity, they have not viewed it as an influential stakeholder capable of shaping the strategic decisions of key executives, says Michael K. Bednar, a professor of business administration at Illinois.
January 9, 2013
Published Date:December 17, 2012
University of Illinois emeritus professor John W. Kindt says the proposed legislation that would de-criminalize Internet gambling could facilitate money laundering by terrorists and organized crime.
December 17, 2012