Employee ownership, non-executive employee directors and firm performance

This English-language paper focuses on the impacts of employee ownership on business performance.

Based on results drawn from a longitudinal study of 230 French firms over the 2000-2005 period, the authors demonstrate that the impact of employee stock ownership does not follow a linear pattern, and that there is a certain threshold of employee shareholding after which performance starts to drop.

To download:  Guedri Hollandts 2008 CGIR

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