Fellow of the Financial Institutions Center (FIC)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Incentive, Executive compensation, Equity, Monetary economics and Earnings. His Incentive research includes themes of Volatility and Stock options. Corporate governance covers he research in Executive compensation.
His Equity research focuses on subjects like Microeconomics, which are linked to Finance, Restricted stock, Equity capital markets and Remuneration. His studies in Monetary economics integrate themes in fields like Stock price, Cash flow and Stock market. Earnings is the subject of his research, which falls under Accounting.
His primary areas of study are Accounting, Corporate governance, Executive compensation, Incentive and Shareholder. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Information asymmetry and Corporate transparency. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Quality and Labour economics.
His Executive compensation study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Finance. His Incentive study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stock options, Financial economics, Portfolio and Equity. Wayne R. Guay has included themes like Microeconomics, Valuation and Corporate finance in his Equity study.
Wayne R. Guay mainly investigates Accounting, Corporate governance, Executive compensation, Shareholder and Corporate transparency. His work on Financial ratio, Earnings management and Accounting research as part of general Accounting study is frequently connected to Information environment, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Wayne R. Guay's looking at Executive compensation as part of his Incentive and Finance and Executive compensation study.
The Incentive study combines topics in areas such as Cash and Equity. Wayne R. Guay has included themes like Stock exchange and Transaction cost in his Shareholder study. As part of one scientific family, Wayne R. Guay deals mainly with the area of Corporate transparency, narrowing it down to issues related to the Information asymmetry, and often Financial intermediary, Management entrenchment, Audit committee, Shares outstanding and Mergers and acquisitions.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Accounting, Information environment, Corporate transparency, Voluntary disclosure and Earnings management. His work in Accounting addresses issues such as Tax planning, which are connected to fields such as Tax law. Wayne R. Guay combines subjects such as Market liquidity and Financial statement with his study of Voluntary disclosure.
His Statement of changes in financial position research incorporates elements of Financial analysis, Financial statement analysis and Financial ratio. His Transparency research overlaps with other disciplines such as Audit committee, Information asymmetry, Corporate governance, Management entrenchment and Shock. Combining a variety of fields, including Research question, Actuarial science, Psychology, Identification and Context, are what the author presents in his essays.
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The use of equity grants to manage optimal equity incentive levels
John E Core;Wayne R Guay.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (1999)
Estimating the Value of Employee Stock Option Portfolios and Their Sensitivities to Price and Volatility
John E Core;Wayne R Guay.
Journal of Accounting Research (2002)
The role of information and financial reporting in corporate governance and debt contracting
Christopher S. Armstrong;Wayne R. Guay;Joseph P. Weber.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2010)
The sensitivity of CEO wealth to equity risk: an analysis of the magnitude and determinants ☆
Wayne R. Guay.
Journal of Financial Economics (1999)
A Market-Based Evaluation of Discretionary-Accrual Models
W. Guay;S.P. Kothari;Ross Watts.
Research Papers in Economics (1996)
Executive Equity Compensation and Incentives: A Survey
John E. Core;Wayne R. Guay;David F. Larcker.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic policy review (2003)
Does Weak Governance Cause Weak Stock Returns? An Examination of Firm Operating Performance and Investors' Expectations
John E. Core;Wayne R. Guay;Tjomme O. Rusticus.
Journal of Finance (2006)
The Role of the Business Press as an Information Intermediary
Brian J Bushee;John E Core;Wayne R Guay;Sophia J. W Hamm.
Journal of Accounting Research (2010)
The power of the pen and executive compensation.
John E Core;Wayne R Guay;David F Larcker.
Journal of Financial Economics (2008)
Stock option plans for non-executive employees
John E. Core;Wayne R. Guay.
Journal of Financial Economics (2001)
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