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Dodd-Frank's Say on Pay: Will It Lead to a Greater Role for Shareholders in Corporate Governance?
(Cornell Law Review, 2012)
"Say on pay" gives shareholders an advisory vote on a company's pay practices for its top executives. Beginning in 2011, Dodd-Frank mandated such votes at public companies. The first year of "say on pay" under the new ...
Measuring Securities Market Efficiency in the Regulatory Setting
(Law and Contemporary Problems, 2000)
In the "Aircraft Carrier," the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed changes in federal securities disclosure requirements in an attempt to enhance and facilitate the process of issuing new securities. Under ...
The First Year of "Say on Pay" Under Dodd-Frank: An Empirical Analysis and Look Forward
(George Washington Law Review, 2013)
Using voting data from the first year of “say on pay” votes under Dodd-Frank, we look at the patterns of shareholder voting in advisory votes on executive pay. Consistent with the more limited “say on pay” voting before ...