A paper co-authored by Andy Puckett, associate professor of finance, about chief executive officers who shirk their responsibilities and avoid the hard work required to do an excellent job was recently published in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation. The paper, “Fore! An Analysis of CEO Shirking,” was subsequently picked up
Chief executive officers who engage in unethical conduct for their own personal benefit tend to be part of firms that participate in other forms of corporate misbehavior, according to a new study from UT. They also are more likely to lose their jobs and their firms are more likely to experience dramatic declines in value
Get to know Mohammed Mohsin and Andy Puckett from the College of Business Administration. Mohsin is an associate professor of economics. Puckett is an associate professor of finance.