The Trade-Off Between Liquidity and Control Revisited
This paper reexamines the analysis in Maug (1998) on the relationship between market liquidity and large shareholder activism. Taking explicitly into account the effect of a majority requirement for intervention in the management of a firm, we show that, contrary to Maug's claim, there is a range of parameter values for which increases in market liquidity decrease the probability of intervention.
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