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Broad-based Employee Stock Options in US 'New Economy' Firms

Authors: Sesil, James; Kroumova, Maya; Blasi, Joseph; Kruse, Douglas
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: British Journal of Industrial Relations 40:2
Publication Year: 2002

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This paper compares the performance of 229 `New Economy' firms offering broad-based stock options to that of their non-stock option counterparts. A simple comparison of these firms reveals that the former have higher shareholder returns, Tobin's q and new knowledge generation.

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Sharing Ownership via Employee Stock Ownership

Authors: Sesil, James; Kruse, Douglas; Blasi, Joseph
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research
Publication Year: 2001

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This paper summarizes the findings from over 50 large-sample empirical studies that have been done on employee ownership and broad-based stock option plans in the past 25 years, covering studies on plan adoption, employee attitudes and behaviours, firm performance, and employee wages and wealth.

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Control and Return Rights in the Knowledge Economy: Is Sharing the Rights of Ownership with Employees Efficient?

Author: Sesil, James
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Center for HR Strategy, Rutgers University
Publication Year: 2005

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In the following paper, we examine the impact of sharing the rights of ownership with employees. We find evidence that the sharing of control and return rights with employees is associated with superior performance outcomes.

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Executive and Broad-Based Stock Options: Evidence from U.S. Panel Data

Authors: Sesil, James; Peng Lin, Yu
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Source: Center for HR Strategy, Rutgers University
Publication Year: 2005

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This paper examines the productivity effect of the adoption of executive and broad-based stock options. The findings include a positive impact on productivity after the introduction of both executive and broad-based stock options.

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