Readership: Finance professionals and academics; corporate governance scholars; corporate governance regulators; legal advisors to institutional funds; legal advisors to corporations.
Luis Correia da Silva, Director, OXERA Consulting Ltd. (Oxford Economic Research Associates), Marc Goergen, Senior Lecturer in Finance, Manchester School of Management, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, and Luc Renneboog, Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Tilburg University
"... highly recommendable ... Dividend policy still remains one of the main puzzles in corporate finance. Corporate governance is an increasingly hot topic for academics as well as practitioners. I have no doubt that these issues will carry on puzzling us and will lead to a large amount of theoretical as well as empirical work. I cannot think of a better place to start this research, to update the knowledge of scholars on the vast literature on these two areas and to understand fully the link between dividend and corporate governance than by reading Dividend Policy and Corporate Governance." - Meziane Lasfer, Professor of Finance, Cass Business School
2: Recent Facts and Developments in Corporate Governance
3: Theories and Empirical Evidence on Dividends and Control
4: Research Questions
5: Empirical Issues on Dividend Payout Ratios
6: Dividend Policy, Earnings, and Cash Flow
7: When Do Firms Change the Dividend Policy?
8: Dividend Policy, Corporate Control, and Tax Clienteles