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A synergy effect of internationalization and firm size on performance: US hotel industry
Purpose – The purpose of the current study is to investigate the existence of a negative synergy effect of internationalization and firm size on firm performance for publicly traded US hotels.Design/methodology/approach – ...
Does risk matter in CEO compensation contracting? Evidence from US restaurant industry
The structure of compensation packages of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) has been a significant research interest for researchers across various disciplines. In this paper, we examine a unique relationship between CEO ...
Compensation practices in the lodging industry: Does top management pay affect corporate performance?
The current study examines the relationship between executive compensation and firm performance in the U.S. lodging industry. It is not clear-cut whether performance leads to compensation or compensation drives firm ...
Is more better? The relationship between meeting space capacity and hotel operating performance
This study examines the effect of meeting space capacity on hotel operating performance. We use Resource-Based View (RBV) of the firm as the theoretical foundation. We employ a national-level dataset with more than 20,000 ...
Board structure and CEO compensation: Evidence from U.S. lodging industry
Using a sample of U.S. lodging firms, this paper examines the relationship between board of director characteristics and chief executive officer (CEO) compensation. Previous research shows that larger boards are detrimental ...
The role of internationalization on the IPO performance of service firms: Examination of initial returns, long-run returns, and survivability
This study examines the effect of internationalization on the initial and long-run IPO performance of service firms. The study discusses that pre-IPO internationalization of service firms contributes to the explanation of ...
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