Why Stock Prices Tumble after Bank CEO Turnover

Change in top leadership, specifically in banks, is marked by a shift in strategy and an immediate decline in stock prices. Research into bank CEO turnover provides insights on how career concerns and management incentives lead to distortionary practices. On behalf of ISBInsight, Ujval Nanavati spoke with two authors of the paper ‘Effects of CEO Turnover in Banks’, Krishnamurthy Subramanian and Prasanna Tantri, to understand their research findings and the implications of their research for policymakers.

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Follow The TV Analyst’s Stock Recommendations?

Should the novice stock investor follow the advice of television shows that purport to offer expert recommendations on stocks to buy or sell? In tracking stock price movements in the aftermath of TV stock suggestions, Professors Prachi Deuskar, Ravi Anshuman, Krishnamurthy Subramanian and Ram Thirumalai bring new light to bear on the role of informed agents in the stock market.

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How Marketing Capabilities Shape Financial Performance

ISBInsight Management Briefs is pleased to showcase an important contribution to the field of marketing strategy by Dean Professor Rajendra Srivastava and Visiting Scholar Professor Sridhar Ramaswami. First published in 2009, this research identifies the pathways through which market-facing business processes add value to the firm’s financial performance. The insights from this research can be applied by managers in designing optimal customer management, product development, and supply chain strategies.

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