Using Ownership ans an Incentive : Does the "Too Many Chiefs" Rule Apply in Initial Public Offering (IPO) Firms?
Agency theory is used to study the effectiveness of ownership proliferation throughout entrepreneurial organizations. Hypotheses are developed to understand the effect of CEO, top management, and all employee ownership of firm performance.
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|Date of creation:||1996|
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