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Corporate Vote-Trading as an Instrument of Corporate Governance

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  • Neeman, Z.
  • Orosel, G.O.

We describe a plausible set of conditions under which the creation of a per-issue market for corporate cotes that is separate from the market for corporate shares can improve upon the way in which managerial adverse selection and moral hazard problems addresses via existing mechanisms for coroporate governance. Our results suggest that it may prove beneficial to reconsider the prohibitions against the operation of such markets as they currently exist in the US.

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Paper provided by Washington St. Louis - School of Business and Political Economy in its series Papers with number 9904.

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Length: 31 pages
Date of creation: 1999
Handle: RePEc:fth:waslbp:9904
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