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are you going to upload a summary of the articles for tut 5 aswell? :)
Would be really amazing if someone uploaded pictures or scans of Tricker Chapter 1 (p.3-8 and p.30-41). Thanks a million!
please!!
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Great and complete task
Trying my bestt
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nice font :)
Thanks you !!
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Nice preparation! Hope you'll continue
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These are not only the relevant pages but the full articles.
No you are right, the 2d and 4th contain the full articles, after that its only relevant pages.
You’re welcome
Is there a pdf version of the book available?
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Will I survive if I only study this by hard + old exams? :)
do you mean by hearth*?
*by heart ... yes hahaha
How do hedge funds contribute to corporate governance?
active engagement
Isn't this "systemic" risk instead of "systematic"?
No!! Systematic risk was finance, forget about it. SYSTEMIC RISK = when an organizations's bankruptcy or downfall could set off a chain reaction throughout the economy. (Think financial crisis 2008) This is the reasoning behind the US government bailing out big companies that go bankrupt. Managers can take this for granted and thus leads to risk seeking behavior (MORAL HAZARD) Hope it helps.
that's what I said ;) cause its written wrong in this summary
What is the difference between management-level risk and operational risk? Both are within the organisation right?
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I think management-level risk results from the firm's ACTIONS e.g. local environmental damage, whereas operational risk occurs within the firm e.g. theft, fire or accidents that can always happen without being caused by the decisions of the business.
Yes, makes sense! Thanks :)
What is the difference between shareholder engagement and activism?
Engagement is more about constructive private dialogue and long-term involvement than for example only public proxy proposals to pressure the target firm
Also, activism mostly involves acquiring (or having acquired) a stake in the firm to influence decisions. Engagement does not, they engage in private dialogue to get cooperation from management (threatening with selling shares, handing in proposals for inclusion in the proxy material are all last resorts.)
Can anyone explain why regulated firms place more weight on non-financial performance measures?
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can you be more precise?
Because firms who are highly regulated can easily get fined by the Government (VW scandal)and as shareholders want to prevent this - they give incentives to the CEO to be extra cautious to follow all the laws from the Gov...
Is a pyramid structered company always a private one? Because there are no outside shareholders
No its not. Holding companies are mostly public but can be private. Just means that there are no outside shareholders for the subsidiaries.
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The conclusion number 2) is wrong imo, the article just said that they didn't find evidence for R&D intensive firms to have a large fraction of insiders in the board. That does NOT mean that they should have more independent directors. (P. 351, second paragraph under "conclusion", end of the paragraph)
I agree. It is supposed to mean 'inside' directors instead of independent directors. Hope everybody figured that out due to the context of the article. Sorry about that guys, sometimes its a lot to write in a short time haha
Could someone upload a "Tutorial 7 questions answered" kind of doc ? Would be much appreciated :)
Uploaded :)
Thank you!
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Great document, thanks! Could you maybe upload it as original word or excel file as well?
Can someone please upload a complete summary file from this year? with the relevant articles and chapter summaries?
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Will you upload the summaries for session 10? That would be super helpful!
I thought I already did that, but apparently I forgot. Will upload them now :)
Amazing, thanks a lot!
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How stupid is it to rely entirely on this to pass the exam?
Pretty stupid, I mean it seems like a good summary, but there is no way that 21 pages will cover all the required content.
Its not stupid at all
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Can ya'll calm your tits please? This summary is great for having an overview of the main concepts, which is exactly what we should focus on. Obviously you're gonna have to go a bit more into detail but people will be fine with this trust me
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Nice try reuploading something from last year. At least mark it as being not-up-to-date.
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du bisset
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Mate your work is awesome and It really helps! Thankyou !
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WOOOOOW! amazing job!! Thank you for everything! <3
Danke für den Support, es bedeutet mir sehr viel! #thänkful
Where are all the old exams????
Probably had to be deleted because of copyright
Has someone safed the old exams??
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WOW TERRIBLE SUMMARY GTFO
can't see the haters
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Amazing summary! Keep on going
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best summary i have seen so far on study drive.
Amazing Masterpiece
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REALLY NICE !
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Brilliant piece of work!!!
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Wow, amazing summary.
Does anybody have PDF version of Corporate Governace book?
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This is Chapter 13 in our Book.
does anyone have an actual link for the pdf of the full book?
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Within the all-executive director board, the directors draw seldom a distinction between their duties director and their role as mananger.
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Thats only the first 50 pages, or can i not see the rest of the pages?
Anyone in possession of a summary on the Lecture of Frank Liebich?
There is one on studydrive> CG> lectures :)
Thanks, couldnt find it haha
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Do you think that the role of non-executive directors, auditors, the internal audit committee and the board of directors are all equally important as mechanisms of ‘good’ corporate governance? If not, which mechanism do you consider is the most important?
when do they have to upload the results?
a week ago or something
I thought today.. including the holidays and bridge days
Any complaints so far?
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And about the games managers could play... That was quite detailed because there was stated: do not learn lists etcetera.. And this was also 3 points which is a lot if you can only get 40 points
Wrote a complaint for all of them, although more people should write them to become more convincing. If you upload them I'll print and hand them in!
still no all-time rescue summary? Remember the one we got in MOO
In which article was is substitutes?
tirole p.20-29 was about incentive structures and that they are substitutes
explicit and implicit = substitutes AND bonuses (short-term) and stock-based (long-term) = complements
SOS, I somehow can't reach EleUm. What is the exact exam date? thxx
Tomorrow, 5 april 13:00. Mecc westhall
I hope you feel like you saved someones day today.
Does someone have a good overview/summary of the guest lecture of Dr. Michael Viehs (Investment manager at Hermes Investment Management)?
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Why downvote this? It is useful.
pages are missing
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does this contain all the exam relevant literature?
no, only until tutorial 4
Johann Höfer, do you also have a full summary of corporate governance? :) Let me know! Thanks
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Hmm.. not that anonymous as study drive says. THANKYOU
Can someone summarize the second guest lecture (Henkel)?
It isn't on the exam, look at student portal
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