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Ph.D

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    Geoff Martin

    Phd Candidate 2008-

I joined the IE PhD program to gain the skills necessary to make a meaningful contribution to strategy research and the business community through my teaching. My goal was to get a job at a world class business school on completion and I have done this. My research interests are in corporate governance, executive compensation and strategic decision making.

Latest publications

  • Strategic Implications of CEO Compensation Design: Re-visiting the Behavioral Agency Model.

    Martin, G.P., Gomez-Mejia, L., Wiseman, R. Conditional Acceptance, Academy of Management Journal
  • Leading CEOs into Temptation: CEO Compensation Design and Earnings Management,

    Martin, G.P., Gomez-Mejia, L., Wiseman, R. Proceedings Academy of Management Conference San Antonio, 2011
  • The Role of Uncertainty in The Interlock Performance Effect.

    Martin, G.P., Gozubuyuk, R., Becerra, M. Proceedings Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio 2011
  • The Role of Director Networks in Firm Aspiration Levels

    Martin, G.P., Gozubuyuk, R., Working Paper
  • When Stock Options Really Matter: Heed's Influence on the Performance Outcomes of Risk Taking,

    Martin, G.P., Gomez-Mejia, L., Wiseman, R. Working Paper
  • Executive Compensation and Strategic Behavior: The Role of Compensation and Efficacy in Influencing Strategic Risk.

    Martin, G.P., Makri, M., Gomez-Mejia, L., Washburn, N. Under Review, Corporate Governance: International Review
  • Family Firms and The Agency Problem: The Role of Socioemotional Wealth in Family-Non Family Conflict.

    Martin, G.P., Makri, M., Gomez-Mejia, L. Proceedings Academy of Management Conference, Boston 2012

Conferences and seminaries

  • Strategic Implications of CEO Compensation Design: Re-visiting the Behavioral Agency Model.

    Academy of Management Conference, Montreal 2010
  • The Rise and Fall of UBS.

    Academy of Management Conference, Montreal 2010
  • Leading CEOs into Temptation: CEO Compensation Design and Earnings Management,

    Proceedings Academy of Management Conference San Antonio, 2011
  • The Role of Uncertainty in The Interlock Performance Effect.

    Proceedings Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio 2011
  • Family Firms and The Agency Problem: The Role of Socioemotional Wealth in Family-Non Family Conflict.

    Proceedings Academy of Management Conference, Boston 2012
  • Financial Crisis: Revisiting the Risk Return Relationship

    Strategic Management Society Conference Miami 2011