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Emilie Feldman

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: corporate strategy, firm scope, diversification, divestitures, spinoffs, corporate governance

Links: CV, Personal Website

  • Emilie Feldman, C. Montgomery (2015), Are Incentives without Expertise Sufficient? Evidence from Fortune 500 Firms, Strategic Management Journal, 36 (1), 113 - 122.  Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman, S. Gilson, B. Villalonga (2014), Do Analysts Add Value When They Most Can? Evidence from Corporate Spin-offs, Strategic Management Journal, 35 (10), 1446 - 1463.  Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman, Raffi Amit, Belén Villalonga (2014), Corporate Divestitures and Family Control, Strategic Management Journal    Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman (2014), Legacy Divestitures: Motives and Implications, Organization Science, 25 (3), 815 - 832.  Abstract
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Managerial Attention and Organizational Adjustment Costs in Diversified Firms.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Corporate Spinoffs and Analysts’ Coverage Decisions: The Implications for Diversified Firms.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Managerial Compensation and Incentive Alignment in Corporate Spinoffs.
  • Emilie Feldman (Working), Dual Directors and the Value of Board Interlocks Following Corporate Spinoffs.
  • Emilie Feldman (2006), A Basic Quantification of the Competitive Implications of the Demise of Arthur Andersen, Review of Industrial Organization, 29: 193-212.  Abstract