Jack G. Wolf

Clemson University - Department of Finance

Associate Professor of Finance

324-A Sirrine Hall

Clemson, SC 29634

United States

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Does Corporate Diversification Destroy Value?

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 15 Dec 1999
John R. Graham, Michael L. Lemmon and Jack G. Wolf
Duke University, University of Utah - Department of Finance and Clemson University - Department of Finance
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Corporate Diversification, diversification discount, excess value

Does Corporate Diversification Destroy Value?

Posted: 24 Sep 2001
John R. Graham, Michael L. Lemmon and Jack G. Wolf
Duke University, University of Utah - Department of Finance and Clemson University - Department of Finance

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Corporate diversification; Diversification discount; Excess value

Mutual Funds as Monitors: Evidence From Mutual Fund Voting

Number of pages: 47 Posted: 08 Jul 2009
Clemson University - Department of Finance, University of Georgia - Department of Banking and Finance, Clemson University - Department of Finance and University of South Florida - Muma College of Business
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Proxy voting, mutual funds, corporate governance, shareholder proposals

Mutual Funds as Monitors: Evidence from Mutual Fund Voting

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 16 Mar 2010
Clemson University - Department of Finance, University of Georgia - Department of Banking and Finance, Clemson University - Department of Finance and University of South Florida - Muma College of Business
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Proxy voting, mutual funds, corporate governance, shareholder proposals

Is Acquiring-Firm Shareholder Approval in Stock-for-Stock Mergers Perfunctory?

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 02 Jun 2004
Timothy R. Burch, Angela Morgan and Jack G. Wolf
University of Miami - Department of Finance, Clemson University - Department of Finance and Clemson University - Department of Finance
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Merger proxy votes, mergers and acquisitions

Is Acquiring-Firm Shareholder Approval in Stock-for-Stock Mergers Perfunctory?

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 25 Dec 2004
Timothy R. Burch, Angela Morgan and Jack G. Wolf
University of Miami - Department of Finance, Clemson University - Department of Finance and Clemson University - Department of Finance
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Sensitivity and Simulation Analysis in Excel Without Programming

Number of pages: 11 Posted: 02 Jul 2020
Peter J. DaDalt and Jack G. Wolf
Susquehanna University and Clemson University - Department of Finance
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Sensitivity analysis, Simulation analysis, Excel, Capital budgeting

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The Evolution of Shareholder Voting for Executive Compensation Schemes

Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 12, pp. 715-737, 2006
Posted: 08 Sep 2006
Angela Morgan, Annette B. Poulsen and Jack G. Wolf
Clemson University - Department of Finance, University of Georgia - Department of Banking and Finance and Clemson University - Department of Finance

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shareholder voting, governance, compensation

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The IPO Quiet Period Revisited

Journal Of Investment Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, Third Quarter 2004
Posted: 16 Sep 2004
University of South Florida, University of Florida, University of Florida - Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate and Clemson University - Department of Finance

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Analyst initiations, Analyst recommendations, Quiet period, Initial Public Offerings