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Beware - incoming CEO's politics can send directors heading for the door
April 03, 2023
But John Busenbark, assistant professor of management and organisation at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, and colleagues from Arizona State University and Indiana University, found that the political ideology of an incoming CEO also influences whether serving directors choose to stay or leave.
Becker's Hospital Review
CEOs' political beliefs sway some directors to leave: Study
February 26, 2023
If incoming CEOs are not on the same side of the political aisle as the directors on their new boards, exits might ensue, according to a recent study from the University of Notre Dame (Ind.).
Board members who don’t share a CEO’s political views are likely to leave
February 24, 2023
Directors are more likely to quit when they don’t share a new CEO’s ideology but will stick around when there’s political alignment, according to a study of S&P 500 companies led by John Busenbark, a professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
Meikles & Dimes podcast
John Busenbark shares "simple, practical, underappreciated" lessons from his research
February 20, 2023
John Busenbark is a professor at the University of Notre Dame where teaches strategic management and econometrics. He also researches corporate governance, information economics, and behavioral capital markets.
Directors who disagree politically with an incoming CEO are more likely to leave, study shows
February 14, 2023
“Director departure following political ideology (in)congruence with an incoming CEO” is forthcoming in the Strategic Management Journal from lead author John Busenbark, assistant professor of management and organization at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.