Davidson (2003) Agency Costs
, Ownership Structure and Corporate Governance Mechanisms.
13) Principals can combat this downside and avoid agency costs
if they have the tools and resources needed to prevent their agents from getting sidetracked in the pursuit of the principal's interests.
They were fined 45,000 and ordered to pay Environment Agency costs
Growth, Beta and Agency Costs
as Determinants of Dividend Payout Ratios.
One of the key areas of overspend is on agency costs
, which, in the 11 months up to the end of February, rose from PS33.
Within agency theory, corporate governance mechanisms align managers' interests with shareholders' interests in order to mitigate the agency costs
of free cash flows.
Estate agency costs
, stamp duty and conveyancing fees are linked to the property purchase price.
Theoretical and empirical literature has shown that firms adjust their capital structure to debts in response to higher agency costs
Jensen and Meckling (1976) in their seminal work on the principal-agent problem, defined the agency costs
that occurred in relation to the separation of ownership and control.
We do acknowledge these external placements cost significantly more than internal foster placements, up to two or three times more when there are additional agency costs
their idiosyncratic vision, investors seek protection from agency costs
It discusses derivative actions cases before Company Law 2005; why derivative actions should play a role in monitoring management and how they should be improved, including the double agency costs
in China and the non-legal mechanisms and legal protections; the relationship between direct actions and derivative actions; reform; and funding issues.