Financial Ratios and the prediction of CEO turnover
Over the past 25 years a number of accounting and finance studies have examined the usefulness of accounting data in predicting financial distress. This study adapts the approach of these studies to the task of prediction of chief executive officer (CEO) turnover in large U.S. firms. The results reported indicate that it is possible to distinguish between turnover and non-turnover firms in terms of accounting and capital market variables.
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