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Are College Presidents Like Football Coaches? Evidence from Their Employment Contracts
(Arizona Law Review, 2016)
College presidents and football coaches are frequently criticized for their high compensation. In this paper, we argue that these criticisms are unmerited, as the markets for both college presidents and football coaches ...
(North Carolina Law Review, 2016)
Because representative shareholder litigation has been constrained by numerous legal developments, the corporate governance system has developed new mechanisms as alternative means to address managerial agency costs. We ...
James D. Cox
(Duke Law Journal, 2016)
This Article explores the historical development of the academic analysis of corporate law over the past forty years through the scholarship of one of its most influential commentators, Professor James D. Cox of the Duke ...
Quieting the Shareholders' Voice
(Southern California Law Review, 2016)
The integrity of shareholder voting is critical to the legitimacy of corporate law. One threat to this process is proxy “bundling,” or the joinder of more than one separate item into a single proxy proposal. Bundling ...