MAUG

AcronymDefinition
MAUGMediterranean Adobe User Group (Barcelona, Spain)
MAUGMicronetworked Apple Users Group (online message board)
MAUGMelbourne Amiga User Group (Melbourne, Australia)
MAUGMontreal Adobe User Group (Canada)
MAUGMicrosoft Access User Group (various locations)
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RUTH BUTLIN *, DAVID PAHAN **, AUNG KYA JAI MAUG ***, STEPHEN WITHINGTON ***, PETER NICHOLLS ***, KHORSHED ALAM * & M.D.
Yakov Amihud, Manuel Ammann, Marc Arnold, Emanuele Bajo, Tobias Berg, Marco Bigelli, Martin Brown, Ettore Croci, Fabrizio Ferri, Patrick Goettner, Stefan Hirth, Claudio Loderer, Ernst Maug, Daniel Metzger, Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi, Raghavendra Rau (Editor), Tony Saunders, Friederike Schmid, Alex Stamper, Daniel Streitz, Urs Waelchli, Alexander Wagner, David Yermack, an anonymous referee, and seminar and conference participants at the University of Bern, University of Bologna, University of Hamburg, University of St.
Maug and Kahn and High liquidate suggest that greater liquidity can be an opportunity for large shareholders to increase their profit by monitoring the firm's management.
(15.) Savonniere S, Zeghari N, Miccoli L, Muller S, Maug M, Donner M.
Pajaros; Maug, and Asuncion, (166) several miles of submerged volcanic
Reasons behind the passive role of institutional investors include lack of ability to monitor [Taylor (1990)], short-term investment horizons [Coffee (1991)] free rider problems [Ernst Maug (1998)] and regulatory restrictions [Jennings (2005)].
Further, our approach has the added advantage that the exit value of the investments by the PRI can be objectively measured, in comparison to internal rate of return (IRR) estimations before exit, which tend to be overvalued (Dittmann, Maug, & Kemper, 2004).
2005), and takes into account such important measures as ownership concentration (Tosi and Gomez-Mejia 1989; Maug 1998), proportion of ownership by the top managers (Boyd 1994; Tosi and Gomez-Mejia 1994), and the presence of institutional investors (David et al.
Analysis of strategic choices of firms (Kochhar and David, 1996; Maug, 1998; Bushee, 1998).