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    Armand Picou & Michael J. Rubach (2006). Does Good Governance Matter to Institutional Investors? Evidence From the Enactment of Corporate Governance Guidelines. Journal of Business Ethics 65 (1):55 - 67.
    Corporate governance guidelines are a mechanism that a firm can enact which should reduce agency costs and better align the interests of boards and the suppliers of capital. This study examines stock price reactions primarily attributable to institutional investors occurring when corporations announce the enactment of corporate governance guidelines. A final sample of 77 firms was derived from the first announcement of corporate governance guidelines exclusive to the SEC-EDGAR database. The results indicate that good governance does matter. Firms that announced (...)
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    Terrence C. Sebora & Michael J. Rubach (1998). The Duty of Fair Dealing: Board Judgment in Management Led Buyouts. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 17 (1):7 - 13.
    This paper investigates board judgment in response to management led buyouts (MLBs). Board response is suggested to be guided by the business judgment rule and its dual duties of care and loyalty. The duty of loyalty is seen to be evolving into a specification of fair dealing. With this trend, the current interpretation of the business judgment rule emphasizes the role of care and relies on the market to insure fairness. Possible failures in the MLB market which limit its effectiveness (...)
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  3. Armand Picou & Michael J. Rubach (2006). Does Good Governance Matter to Institutional Investors? Evidence From the Enactment of Corporate Governance Guidelines. Journal of Business Ethics 65 (1):55-67.
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