“Whatever the form, equity compensation should induce managers to make decisions
for the betterment of the firm...”
Theresa Henry’s manuscript, “Does equity compensation induce executives to
maximize firm value or their own personal wealth?” has been chosen as an
Outstanding Author Contribution Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network
2011 Awards for Excellence. The award recognizes the contributions authors have
made to journals and books, as well as to the knowledge of their field. The
manuscript is published in Advances in Public Interest Accounting, volume 15,
and was nominated by the Editorial Team as an outstanding paper from the
previous 12 months.
Hired by the Stillman School of Business in 2003, Henry is an assistant
professor in the Department of Accounting and Taxation. She teaches financial,
managerial and intermediate accounting. She earned a Ph.D. from New York
University, is a Certified Public Accountant and has experience in both public
and private practices. Her research has also been published in Research in
Accounting Regulation and Journal of Accountancy.
For an extract and more information on Henry’s manuscript, visit the Emerald Literati Network.
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