Deborah Allcock
Deborah Allcock
Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
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Corporate governance and executive remuneration: A contingency framework
I Filatotchev, D Allcock
Academy of Management Perspectives 24 (1), 20-33, 2010
Key drivers of'good'corporate governance and the appropriateness of UK policy responses
I Filatotchev, G Jackson, H Gospel, D Allcock
The Department of Trade and Industry and King's College London, 2007
Executive incentive schemes in initial public offerings: The effects of multiple-agency conflicts and corporate governance
D Allcock, I Filatotchev
Journal of Management 36 (3), 663-686, 2010
Company metamorphosis: professionalization waves, family firms and management buyouts
C Howorth, M Wright, P Westhead, D Allcock
Small Business Economics 47 (3), 803-817, 2016
Corporate governance in IPOs
I Filatotchev, D Allcock
The Oxford handbook of corporate governance, 421-448, 2013
Executive incentive pay strategies in entrepreneurial UK initial public offering companies: an empirical study
D Allcock, C Pass
Corporate Governance: The international journal of business in society, 2006
The choice, design and strategic implications of executive incentive pay schemes at the time of an Initial Public Offering: a UK perspective
D Allcock
Journal of General Management 27 (4), 55-70, 2012
Key Drivers of'Good'Corporate Governance and the Appropriateness of UK Policy Responses: Final Report to the Department of Trade and Industry
I Filatotchev, H Gospel, G Jackson, D Allcock
Available at SSRN 961369, 2007
Negotiating executive pay. How can psychological theories complement classical and behavioural economics?
D Fahey, J Davies, D Allcock
Corporate Governance and Executive Remuneration: A Contingency Framework
D Allcock, I Filatotchev
Academy of Management Perspectives 24 (1), 10.5465, 2010
Executive share ownership, experience and basic salaries: the influence on IPO share option schemes and performance
D Allcock, I Filatotchev, S Chahine
Financial Ethics and Governance Research Group University of Huddersfield, 2010
Long-term executive pay, corporate social responsibility and corporate financial performance: international evidence
EM Elkhashen, C Ntim, D Allcock
Corporate tax avoidance and long-term executive pay: the effects of governance and culture
EM Elkhashen, D Allcock, C Ntim
The “invisible” hand: views from UK institutional investors
D Allcock
Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, 2018
Tax avoidance and CSR: the moderating effect of corporate governance
E Elkhashen, C Ntim, D Allcock
Efficiency and VC pay: Exploring the value conundrum
J Johnes, D Allcock, S Virmani
There is power in the top management team: team based learning and immediate feedback assessment in strategic management
D Allcock
Waves of Professionalization Before, During and After Management Buyouts and Buy-ins of Private Family Firms
C Howorth, M Wright, P Westhead, D Allcock
Enterprise Research Centre, 2015
Corporate Governance in the UK: Views from Institutional Investors
D Allcock, E Adewuya
The effects of company risk, founders' characteristics and corporate governance on executive incentive schemes in UK initial public offerings
D Allcock, I Filatotchev
Financial Ethics and Governance Research Group, 2007
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