Dan R. Dalton mainly investigates Accounting, Corporate governance, Public relations, Marketing and Financial performance. His work on Initial public offering as part of general Accounting study is frequently linked to Structure control, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Corporate governance intersects with topics in Organizational behavior and Bankruptcy.
His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Organizational size and Affirmative action. His work in the fields of Top management overlaps with other areas such as Linkage. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Financial performance and Meta-analysis.
Dan R. Dalton focuses on Accounting, Corporate governance, Public relations, Social psychology and Management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Originality and Finance in addition to Accounting. His work on Shareholder and Principal–agent problem is typically connected to Independence and Composition as part of general Corporate governance study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Dan R. Dalton combines Composition and Structure in his research. Public relations is closely attributed to Value in his study. His Social psychology research includes themes of Justice, Grievance and Field.
His primary areas of investigation include Accounting, Corporate governance, Public relations, Shareholder and Finance. His Initial public offering study in the realm of Accounting connects with subjects such as Composition. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stakeholder, Corporation and Best practice.
His Public relations research integrates issues from Warrant, Negotiation, Persuasion and Value. The various areas that he examines in his Shareholder study include Event study, Control and Actuarial science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Turnover, Common stock and Market return.
Dan R. Dalton mainly investigates Accounting, Meta-analysis, Corporate governance, Finance and Shareholder. His Accounting study frequently involves adjacent topics like Scrutiny. The Corporate law research he does as part of his general Corporate governance study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Composition, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Finance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Actuarial science and Turnover. The concepts of his Shareholder study are interwoven with issues in Event study, Executive compensation and Governance process. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Empirical research, concentrating on Public economics and intersecting with Principal–agent problem and Equity.
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META-ANALYTIC REVIEWS OF BOARD COMPOSITION, LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE, AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Dan R. Dalton;Catherine M. Daily;Alan E. Ellstrand;Jonathan L. Johnson.
Corporate Governance: Decades of Dialogue and Data
Catherine M. Daily;Dan R. Dalton;Albert A. Cannella.
Number of Directors and Financial Performance: A Meta-Analysis
Dan R. Dalton;Catherine M. Daily;Jonathan L. Johnson;Alan E. Ellstrand.
Meta-analyses of Post-acquisition Performance: Indications of Unidentified Moderators
David R. King;Dan R. Dalton;Catherine M. Daily;Jeffrey G. Covin.
CEO duality and organizational performance: A longitudinal analysis
Paula L. Rechner;Dan R. Dalton.
Composition of the Top Management Team and Firm International Diversification
Laszlo Tihanyi;Alan E. Ellstrand;Catherine M. Daily;Dan R. Dalton.
Bankruptcy and Corporate Governance: The Impact of Board Composition and Structure
Catherine M. Daily;Dan R. Dalton.
Meta-analyses of financial performance and equity: Fusion or confusion?
Dan R. Dalton;Catherine M. Daily;S. Trevis Certo;Rungpen Roengpitya.
A decade of corporate women: some progress in the boardroom, none in the executive suite
Catherine M. Daily;S. Trevis Certo;Dan R. Dalton.
Top management teams, strategy and financial performance: A meta-analytic examination
S. Trevis Certo;S. Trevis Certo;S. Trevis Certo;S. Trevis Certo;S. Trevis Certo;S. Trevis Certo;Richard H. Lester;Catherine M. Dalton;Dan R. Dalton.
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