Text Box:  Philipp Geiler

Associate Professor of Corporate Finance

 

EM Lyon Business School

Department of Economics, Finance and Control

23 Avenue Guy de Collongue

69130 Ecully, CS 40203

France

 

Email: geiler@em-lyon.com | LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/philippgeiler

 

 

 

 

 

Research Interests

 

Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation

 

Working Papers

 

Why Acquisition Experience Matters: Director Pay and Target Selection Expertise,

(with Addis Gedefaw Birhanu and Yang Zhao),

Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings 2018(1): 12356. ISSN (print): 0065-0668 | ISSN (online) 2151-6561.

 

Refereed Publications

 

Beauty and Appearance in Corporate Director Elections (2018),

(with Luc Renneboog and Yang Zhao)

Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 55, 1-12.

 

Executive Remuneration and the Payout Decision (2016),

(with Luc Renneboog)

Corporate Governance: An International Review, 24(1), 42-63.

 

Are Female Top Managers Really Paid Less? (2015),

(with Luc Renneboog)

Journal of Corporate Finance, 35, 345-369.

 

Taxes, Earnings Payout, and Payout Channel Choice (2015),

(with Luc Renneboog)

Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 37, 178-203.

 

Managerial Compensation: Agency Solution or Problem? (2011),

(with Luc Renneboog)

 Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 11(1), 99-138.

 

Chapters in Books

 

Corporate Governance and Fraud: Causes and Consequences (2018),

(with Yan Alperovych and Riccardo Calcagno)

S. Boubaker, D. Cummings, and D. Nguyen (eds.), Research Handbook of Finance and Sustainability, Edward Elgar.

 

Executive Compensation: Incentives and Externalities (2010),

(with Luc Renneboog)

H. K. Baker and R. Anderson (eds.), Corporate Governance: A Synthesis of Theory, Research, and Practice, John Wiley & Sons.

 

Books

 

Essays on Executive Remuneration Contracting: Managerial Power, Corporate Payout, and Gender Discrimination (2012),

Tilburg: CentER PhD Dissertation Series No. 318, ISBN: 978 90 5668 319 1.

 

Media Coverage

 

CEO Today (2019),

https://www.ceotodaymagazine.com/2019/01/does-being-good-looking-make-you-a-more-electable-ceo/

 

LID Radio (2019), 

https://lidradio.com/is-being-beautiful-the-shortcut-to-executive-success/

 

EM Knowledge (2019),

http://knowledge.em-lyon.com/en/actions-speak-louder-than-their-words-to-potential-investors/

 

Business Matters (2019),

(Press release published)

https://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/men-who-want-to-be-company-directors-are-judged-on-their-appearance-but-women-arent/

 

Diversity Q (2019), 

(Press release published)

https://diversityq.com/beauty-over-brains-men-but-not-women-judged-on-looks-for-corporate-director-roles-1004183/

 

Forbes (2018),

(Sally Percy)

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sallypercy/2018/11/23/why-do-we-judge-male-board-directors-by-their-appearances/#6a34cf9d4cbe

 

Business Daily (2018), 

(Press release published)

https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2018/11/06/men-who-want-to-be-company-directors-are-judged-on-their-appearance-but-women-arent

 

Oxford Business Law Blog (2017),

(with L. Renneboog and Y. Zhao)

Beauty and Appearance in Corporate Director Elections.

 

ECGI (2017),

(with L. Renneboog and Y. Zhao)

"Beauty and Appearance in Corporate Director Elections "

 

HRZone (2016),

(with L. Renneboog)

„Are Female Senior Managers Really Paid Less?”

 

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (2014),

(with L. Renneboog)

Are Female Top Managers Really Paid Less?

 

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (2014),

(with L. Renneboog)

Executive Remuneration and the Payout Decision.