Financial Analysis and the Predictability of Important Economic Events

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This chapter has been partially adapted with permission of the editor from the following three articles: Janice Monti-Belkaoui and Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui, ‘‘Effects of Personal Attributes and Performance in the Level of CEO Compensation: Direct and Interaction Effects,’’ Managerial Finance 19, no. 2 (1993), pp. 3–11; Ellen Pavlik and Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui, ‘‘Determinants of Executive Tenure in Large U.S. Firms,’’ Managerial Finance 19, no. 2 (1993), pp. 12–19; Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui and Ron D. Picur, ‘‘An Analysis of the Use of Accounting Market Measures of Performance, CEO Experience and Nature of the Deviation from the Analysts’ Forecasts in CEO Compensation Contracts,’’ Managerial Finance 19, no. 2 (1993), pp. 20–32.
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Jacob Mincer, ‘‘The Distribution of Labor Incomes: A Survey with Special Ref-

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