Past CGI Research Fellows
In memoriam, September 14, 2015
Ann K. Buchholtz and Jill A. Brown. 2015. Shareholder Democracy as a Misbegotten Metaphor.” In Maria Goranova and Lori Verstegen Ryan (Eds). Shareholder Empowerment: 81-102. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Jill Brown, Ann K. Buchholtz, Marcus Stewart, and Brian Dennis. 2012. “Board Diversity as a Camouflage Signal.” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Boston, MA.
Lori Ryan, Ann K. Buchholtz, and Robert Kolb. 2010. “New Directions in Corporate Governance and Finance: Implications for Business Ethics Research.” Business Ethics Quarterly. 20: 673-694.
Archie Carroll and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2010. “Educating Students in Corporate Governance and Ethics.” In Diane Swanson and Dann Fischer (Eds.), Advancing Business Ethics Education in the 21st Century. Charlotte, NC: IAP Publishing.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Jill Brown, Anne Anderson, and Kareem Shabana. 2009. “The Shareholder Democracy Paradox:An Empirical Examination,” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Chicago, IL.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Jill Brown, and Kareem Shabana. 2008. “Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance.” In Andrew Crane, Abagail McWilliams, Dirk Matten, Jeremy Moon, and Donald Siegel (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Matthew Rutherford and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2007. “An Investigation into Board Process: Examining How Outside Directors Attempt to Overcome Information Asymmetry.” Corporate Governance: An International Review. 15: 576-584.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Allen C. Amason, and Matthew A. Rutherford. 2005. “The Impact of Board Monitoring and Involvement on Top Management Team Affective Conflict.” Journal of Managerial Issues. 17: 405-422.
Mark A. Ciavarella, Ann K. Buchholtz, Christine M. Riordan, Robert D. Gatewood, and Garnett S. Stokes. 2004. “The Big Five and Venture Survival: Is There a Linkage?” Journal of Business Venturing. 19: 465-483.
Michael Young, Ann K. Buchholtz, and David Ahlstrom. 2003. “How Can Board Members be Empowered if They are ‘Spread Too Thin’”? S.A.M. Advanced Management Journal. 68(4): 4-11.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Barbara Ribbens, and Irene Houle. 2003. “Takeover Resistance and Executive Succession.” Academy of Management Journal. 46: 506-514.
Hettie Richardson, Allan C. Amason, Ann K. Buchholtz, and Joe Gerard. 2003. “CEO Willingness to Delegate to the Top Management Team: The Influence of Organizational Performance.” International Journal of Organizational Analysis. 10(2): 134-146.
Deb Kidder and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2002. “Can Excess Bring Success? CEO Compensation and the Psychological Contract.” Human Resource Management Review. 12: 599-618.
Michael N. Young and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2002. “Relational Demography in the Boardroom: The Case of the Compensation Committee and the CEO.” Journal of Managerial Issues. 14(3): 296-314.
William Schulze, Richard Dino, Michael Lubatkin, and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2001. “Agency Relationships in Family Firms: Theory and Evidence.” Organization Science. 12(2): 99-116.
Lori Verstegen Ryan and Ann K. Buchholtz. 2001. “Trust, Risk, and Shareholder Decision-making: An Investor Perspective on Corporate Governance.” Business Ethics Quarterly. 11: 177-193.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Michael Lubatkin, and Hugh O’Neill. 1999. “Seller Responsiveness to the Need to Divest.” Journal of Management. 25: 633-652.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Allan C. Amason, and Matthew Rutherford. 1999. “Beyond Resources: The Mediating Effect of Top Management Discretion and Values on Corporate Philanthropy.” Business & Society. 38: 167-187.
Ann K. Buchholtz, Michael Young, and Gary Powell. 1998. “Are Board Members Pawns or Watchdogs? The Link Between CEO Pay and Firm Performance.” Group and Organization Management. 23(1): 6-26.
Ann K. Buchholtz and Barbara Ribbens. 1994. “The Role of the CEO in Takeover Resistance: Effects of CEO Incentives and Individual Characteristics.” Academy of Management Journal. 37: 554-579.
University of San Diego School of Law
Jeffrey D. Bauman, Alan R. Palmiter, and Frank Partnoy. Corporations Law and Policy: Materials and Problems. 2005 and 2006 supplements, 6th ed. forthcoming 2007. Eagan, MN: Thomson West.
Frank Partnoy. 2003. Infectious Greed: How Deceit and Risk Corrupted the Financial Markets. New York: Henry Holt/Times Books.
Frank Partnoy. 1997. F.I.A.S.C.O.: Blood in the Water on Wall Street. New York: W.W. Norton.
Articles and Chapters
CNV Krishnan, Frank Partnoy, and Randall Thomas. 2016. “The Second Wave of Hedge Fund Activism: The Importance of Reputation, Clout, and Expertise.” Journal of Corporate Finance. 40: 296-314.
Alon Brav, Wei Jiang, Frank Partnoy, and Randall Thomas. 2008. “Hedge Fund Activism, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance.” The Journal of Finance. 63: 1729-1775.
Frank Partnoy and Randall Thomas. 2007. “Gap Filling, Hedge Funds, and Financial Innovation,” In Yasuyuki Fuchita and Robert E. Litan (Eds.), Brookings-Nomura Papers on Financial Services. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
Frank Partnoy and David A. Skeel, Jr. 2007.“The Promise and Perils of Credit Derivatives.” University of Cincinnati Law Review 76. (Invited symposium.)
Frank Partnoy. 2006. “Financial Innovation and Corporate Law.” Journal of Corporation Law. 36: 799-827. (Invited symposium.)
Frank Partnoy. 2006. “How and Why Credit Rating Agencies Are Not Like Other Gatekeepers.” In Yasuyuki Fuchita and Robert E. Litan (Eds.), Financial Gatekeepers: Can They Protect Investors? Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. 59-99.
Shaun P. Martin and Frank Partnoy. 2005. “Encumbered Shares.” University of Illinois Law Review. 3: 775-813.
Frank Partnoy. 2004. “Enron and the Derivatives World.” In Nancy B. Rapoport and Bala G. Dharan (Eds.), Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Implications. New York: Thomson-Foundation Press. 169-186.
Frank Partnoy. 2004. “Strict Liability for Gatekeepers: A Reply to Professor Coffee.” Boston University Law Review. 84: 365-375. (Invited symposium.)
Frank Partnoy. 2003. “A Revisionist View of Enron and the Sudden Death of ‘May’.” Villanova Law Review. 48: 1245-1280. (Invited symposium.)
- Reprinted in Paul Dembinski, Carole Lager, Andrew Cornford, and Jean-Michel Bonvin (Eds.). 2005. Enron and World Finance: A Case Study in Ethics. 54-89.
Frank Partnoy. 2001. “Barbarians at the Gatekeepers? A Proposal for a Modified Strict Liability Regime.” Washington University Law Quarterly. 79: 491-547. (Invited symposium.)
Frank Partnoy. 1999. “The Siskel and Ebert of Financial Markets: Two Thumbs Down for the Credit Rating Agencies.” Washington University Law Quarterly. 77: 619-712.
- Reprinted 2001 in Securities Law Review. 33: 161.
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Alix Valenti and Marguerite Schneider. 2012. “Exploring the Effects of Managerial Ownership on the Decision to Go Private: A Behavioral Agency Model Approach.” Administrative Issues Journal.
Alix Valenti and Marguerite Schneider. 2011. “A Property Rights Analysis of Newly Private Firms: Opportunities for Owners to Appropriate Rents and Partition Residual Risks.” Business Ethics Quarterly, 21: 445-472.
Marguerite Schneider and Lori Verstegen Ryan. 2011. “Hedge Funds and Their Investor Activism: Do They Help or Hurt Other Equity Investors?” Journal of Management and Governance. 15: 349-374.
Marguerite Schneider. 2010. “Public Pension Plan Funding: Can We Honor the Promises Made?” Book Review, State and Local Pension Plan Management, by J. Peng. Public Administration Review. 70: 648-649.
Paul Cox and Marguerite Schneider. 2010. “Is Corporate Social Performance a Criterion in the Overseas Investment Strategy of U.S. Pension Plans?” Business & Society. 49: 252-289.
Marguerite Schneider and Alix Valenti. 2010. “The Effects of Going Private: The Newly Private Corporation and the Dimensions of Corporate Performance.&rdquo Business & Society Review. 115: 76-106.
Marguerite Schneider. 2005. “The Status of U.S. Public Pension Plans: A Review with Policy Considerations.” Review of Public Personnel Administration. 25(2), 107-137.
Lori Verstegen Ryan and Marguerite Schneider. 2003. “Institutional Investor Power and Heterogeneity: Implications for Agency and Stakeholder Theories.” Business & Society. 42: 398-429.
Lori Verstegen Ryan and Marguerite Schneider. 2002. “The Antecedents of Institutional Investor Activism.” Academy of Management Review. 27: 554-573.
- Winner of the 2003 Financial Investments Award, sponsored by Seton Hall University and NJPRO Foundation.
Marguerite Schneider and Fariborz Damanpour. 2002. “Public Choice Economics and Public Pension Plan Funding: An Empirical Test.” Administration & Society. 34: 57-86.
Marguerite Schneider and Fariborz Damanpour. 2001. “Determinants of Public Pension Plan Investment Return: The Role of Fund Value Maximization and Public Choice Theory.” Public Management Review. 3: 551-574.
Marguerite Schneider. 2000. “When Financial Intermediaries are Corporate Owners: An Agency Model of Institutional Ownership.” Journal of Management and Governance. 4: 207-237.