Morten Bennedsen

Morten Bennedsen

Niels Bohr Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

Andre and Rosalie Hofmann Chaired Professor of Family Enterprise Academic Director of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise. Professor in Economics, INSEAD.

New Working Papers

  1. Corporate Tax Havens and Transparency
  2. Family Firms and Labor Market Regulation, Joint with Sterling Huang,Hannes F. Wagner and Stefan Zeume.
  3. Estimating the Value of The Boss: Evidence from CEO Hospitalization Events, Joint with Francisco Peréz-Gonzáles and Daniel Wolfenzon, First version October 2011. Invited Alez for Revise and Resubmission (2nd round) Journal of Finance.
  4. Rents from Politics, joint with Mario D Amore and Kasper Meisner Nielsen.
  5. EXIT, joint with Vikas Mehrota and Yupana Wannatakang. Current Draft: August 2014.
  6. Strong firms lobby, weak firms bribe: A survey-based analysis of the demand for influence and corruption (February 2011), joint with Sven E. Feldmann and David Dreyer Lassen.
  7. Do CEOs matter? (2007). Joint with Francisco Peréz-Gonzáles and Daniel Wolfenzon. Under Alez revision: Due to reorganization of data provision has this paper not been revised nor submitted yet. Front-page of Wall Street Journal, 5. September 2007 and cited in many other business journals. 108 citations at scholar.google.com.
  8. The Family behind the Family Firm: evidence from CEO transition. (2005) Joint with Kasper Meisner Nielsen and Daniel Wolfenzon. Most of this paper is published in Quarterly Journal of Economics 2007, but it contains a section on determinants of succession that is not in the QJE paper.