Luc Renneboog spends much of his time researching Corporate governance, Shareholder, Monetary economics, Mergers and acquisitions and Finance. His studies in Corporate governance integrate themes in fields like Dividend, Leverage, Voting and Accounting. His Accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Corporate finance, Stakeholder, Principal–agent problem, Restructuring and Shareholder value.
Luc Renneboog has included themes like Quality, Executive compensation, Abnormal return and Initial public offering in his Shareholder study. The Monetary economics study combines topics in areas such as Free cash flow, Cash flow, Equity and Share price. His Mergers and acquisitions research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Insider trading, Bidding, Insider, Payment and Market economy.
His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Shareholder, Accounting, Monetary economics and Finance. His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Mergers and acquisitions and Remuneration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Institutional investor, Voting, Share price, Incentive and Initial public offering.
His study on Accounting also encompasses disciplines like
Restructuring, which have a strong connection to Leveraged buyout,
Corporate social responsibility that connect with fields like Social responsibility. His Monetary economics study also includes fields such as
Dividend that connect with fields like Earnings,
Stock exchange that connect with fields like Financial economics. His Finance study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Private sector.
His primary areas of investigation include Corporate governance, Monetary economics, Shareholder, Accounting and Mergers and acquisitions. The subject of his Corporate governance research is within the realm of Finance. His Monetary economics research integrates issues from Incentive, Cash, Common value auction and Shareholder value.
His Shareholder study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Affect, Equity, Institutional investor, Voting and Behavioral economics. Luc Renneboog interconnects Insider trading and Restructuring in the investigation of issues within Accounting. His Mergers and acquisitions study combines topics in areas such as Insolvency, Maturity, Enforcement, Arbitrage and Creditor.
His primary areas of study are Corporate social responsibility, Corporate governance, Accounting, Monetary economics and Finance. His work on Shareholder and Shareholder value as part of general Corporate governance research is frequently linked to Sustainability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Shareholder research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Market share, Socially responsible investing, Institutional investor, Voting and Competence.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Insider trading and Creativity in addition to Accounting. His Monetary economics research includes themes of Post-earnings-announcement drift, Transparency, Market reaction, Earnings and Subsidiary. His Finance research includes elements of Average cost and Substitution effect.
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Socially responsible investments: Institutional aspects, performance, and investor behavior
L.D.R. Renneboog;J.R. Ter Horst;C. Zhang.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2008)
A century of corporate takeovers: What have we learned and where do we stand?
Marina Martynova;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2008)
Shareholder Wealth Effects of European Domestic and Cross-border Takeover Bids
Marc Goergen;Luc Renneboog.
European Financial Management (2004)
The price of ethics and stakeholder governance: The performance of socially responsible mutual funds
Luc Renneboog;Jenke Ter Horst;Chendi Zhang.
Journal of Corporate Finance (2008)
Insider Trading, News Releases, and Ownership Concentration
Jana P. Fidrmuc;Marc Goergen;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Finance (2006)
Socially responsible firms
Allen Ferrell;Hao Liang;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Financial Economics (2016)
Who Disciplines Management in Poorly Performing Companies
Julian R Franks;Colin Mayer;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Financial Intermediation (2001)
Insider trading, news releases and ownership concentration
J. Fidrmuc;M. Goergen;L.D.R. Renneboog;P.U. Ali.
Insider Trading (2008)
On the Foundations of Corporate Social Responsibility
Hao Liang;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Finance (2017)
Is investment-cash flow sensitivity caused by agency costs or asymmetric information? Evidence from the UK
Grzegorz Pawlina;Luc Renneboog.
European Financial Management (2005)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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