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Home | People | Ingolf Dittmann

Ingolf Dittmann

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
TI Finance
Corporate Governance

List of publications

Dittmann,I. and Yu,K. and Zhang,D.. 2017. How Important Are Risk-Taking Incentives in Executive Compensation?. Review of Finance, 21, 1805--1846

Dittmann,I. and Kübler,D. and Maug,E. and Mechtenberg,L.. 2014. Why votes have a value?. Games and Economic Behavior, 84, 17--38

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E. G. and Spalt,O.. 2013. Indexing executive compensation contracts. Review of Financial Studies, 26, 3182--3224

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G. and Zhang,D.. 2011. Restricting CEO Pay. Journal of Corporate Finance, 17, 1200--1220

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G. and Spalt,O.. 2010. Sticks or carrots? Optimal CEO compensation when managers are loss-averse. The Journal of Finance, 65, 2015--2050

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G. and Schneider,C.. 2010. Bankers on the boards of German firms: What they do, what they are worth, and why they are (still) there. Review of Finance, 14, 35--71

Dittmann,I.. 2010. Discussion of 'Are CEOs compensated for value destroying growth in earnings?'. Review of Accounting Studies, 15, 578--583

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G. and Schneider,C.. 2008. How Preussag became TUI: A clinical study of institutional blockholders and restructuring in Europe. Financial Management, 37, 571--598

Dittmann,I. and Ulbricht,N.. 2008. Timing and wealth effects of German dual class stock unifications. European Financial Management, 14, 163--196

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G.. 2007. Lower salaries and no options? On the optimal structure of executive pay. The Journal of Finance, 62, 303--343

Dittmann,I.. 2006. The optimal use of fines and imprisonment if governments don't maximize welfare. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 8, 677--695

Dittmann,I. and Maug,E.G. and Kemper,J.. 2004. How fundamental are fundamental values? Valuation methods and their impact on the performance of German venture capitalists. European Financial Management, 10, 609--638

Dittmann,I. and Granger,C.W.J.. 2002. Properties of nonlinear transformations of fractionally integrated processes. Journal of Econometrics, 110, 113--133

Dittmann,I.. 1999. How reliable should auditors be? Optimal monitoring in principal-agent relationships. European Journal of Political Economy, 15, 523--546