Items by Fairchild, Richard
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Fairchild, R. and Yalabik, B., 2015. Why soft climate deals are better than tough ones. The Conversation
Fairchild, R., 2015. Why the Volkswagen share price slump goes beyond market logic. The Conversation
Fairchild, R., 2015. Danger strikes when foolish humans are left in charge of their financial futures. The Conversation
Everett, C. R. and Fairchild, R. J., 2015. A theory of entrepreneurial overconfidence, effort and firm outcomes. Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 17 (1), pp. 1-26.
Fairchild, R., Guney, Y. and Thanatawee, Y., 2014. Corporate dividend policy in Thailand:Theory and evidence. International Review of Financial Analysis, 31, pp. 129-151.
Fairchild, R., 2011. Entrepreneurship:Motivation, performance and risk. Nova Science. (Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship)
Fairchild, R., 2011. Fairness norms and self-interest in venture capital/entrepreneur contracting and performance. In: Entrepreneurship. Nova Science, pp. 73-90.
Yalabik, B. and Fairchild, R. J., 2011. Customer, regulatory, and competitive pressure as drivers of environmental innovation. International Journal of Production Economics, 131 (2), pp. 519-527.
Fairchild, R., 2011. An entrepreneur's choice of venture capitalist or angel-financing:a behavioral game-theoretic approach. Journal of Business Venturing, 26 (3), pp. 359-374.
Fairchild, R. and Yalabik, B., 2011. Agame-theoretic analysis of environmental behaviour at the corporate and global level. In: Mancuso, R.T., ed. Environmental Cost Management. Nova Science, pp. 167-202.
Guney, Y., Li, L. and Fairchild, R. J., 2011. The relationship between product market competition and capital structure in Chinese listed firms. International Review of Financial Analysis, 20 (1), pp. 41-51.
Fairchild, R., 2010. Behavioural corporate finance:Existing research and future directions. International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance, 1 (4), pp. 277-293.
Fairchild, R. J., 2008. The manufacturing sector's environmental motives:a game-theoretic analysis. Journal of Business Ethics, 79 (3), pp. 333-344.
Fairchild, R., 2007. Managing overconfidence, agency problems, financing decisions and firm performance. Working Paper.
Fairchild, R., 2006. Investor protection, share repurchases, irrationality and agency conflicts:the implications for corporate governance. Corporate Ownership and Control, 4 (1).
Fairchild, R., 2006. When do share repurchases increase shareholder wealth? Journal of Applied Finance, 16 (1), pp. 31-36.
Fairchild, R., 2005. Behavioral finance in a principal-agent model of capital budgeting. ICFAI Journal of Behavioral Finance, 2 (1).
Fairchild, R. and Zhang, G., 2005. Investor irrationality and optimal open-market share repurchasing. ICFAI Journal of Behavioural Finance, 2 (3).
Fairchild, R., 2005. The effect of managerial overconfidence, asymmetric information, and moral hazard on capital structure decisions. ICFAI Journal of Behavioral Finance, 2 (4).
Fairchild, R., 2004. Financial contracting between managers and venture capitalists:the role of value-added services, reputation seeking and bargaining power. Journal Of Financial Research, 27 (4), pp. 481-495.
Fairchild, R., 2003. Conflicts between managers and investors over the optimal financial contract. International Journal of Business and Economics, 2 (3).
Fairchild, R., 2002. Financial risk management:is it a value-adding activity? Balance Sheet, 10 (4), pp. 22-25.