The Accounting Review

An Upside To Having Busy Board Members

Companies want smart, experienced board members. Unfortunately, the best candidates are in high demand, and some serve on multiple boards simultaneously.

No firm gets their undivided attention, which limits the potential benefits of landing a big name. But new research, co-authored by Emanuel Zur at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, explores another factor that works in the opposite direction.

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