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CEOs and boards of directors interested in preventing a repeat of past mistakes might take a lesson from the recent
research findings of Dr. Michael Rebello, an Ashbel Smith professor of finance and managerial economics and author of
numerous academic papers on a wide range of subjects, including corporate governance.
In “Optimal Corporate Governance and Compensation Policy in a Dynamic World,”
a study he co-authored with Thomas H. Noe of Saïd Business School and Balliol College, Oxford University, Rebello dissects the sometimes prickly relationship
between chief executives and their boards, and argues in favor of curtailing the often meddlesome ways of boards.
Learn more about Michael Rebello’s research