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Home | People | Ingolf Dittmann
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Ingolf Dittmann

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Finance
Interests
Corporate Governance

List of publications

Dittmann, I., Yu, K. and Zhang, D. (2017). How Important Are Risk-Taking Incentives in Executive Compensation? Review of Finance, 21(5):1805--1846.

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

Dittmann, I., Maug, E. G. and Spalt, O. (2013). Indexing executive compensation contracts Review of Financial Studies, 26(12):3182--3224.

Dittmann, I., Maug, E.G. and Zhang, D. (2011). Restricting CEO Pay Journal of Corporate Finance, 17(4):1200--1220.

Dittmann, I., 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(1):35--71.

Dittmann, I. (2010). Discussion of 'Are CEOs compensated for value destroying growth in earnings?' Review of Accounting Studies, 15(3):578--583.

Dittmann, I., Maug, E.G. and Spalt, O. (2010). Sticks or carrots? Optimal CEO compensation when managers are loss-averse The Journal of Finance, 65(6):2015--2050.

Dittmann, I., Maug, E.G. and Schneider, C. (2008). How Preussag became TUI: A clinical study of institutional blockholders and restructuring in Europe Financial Management, 37(3):571--598.

Dittmann, I. and Ulbricht, N. (2008). Timing and wealth effects of German dual class stock unifications European Financial Management, 14(1):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(1):303--343.

Dittmann, I. (2006). The optimal use of fines and imprisonment if governments don't maximize welfare Journal of Public Economic Theory, 8(4):677--695.

Dittmann, I., 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(2):113--133.

Dittmann, I. (2001). Fractional cointegration of voting and non-voting shares Applied Economics, 11:321--332.

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