Study: Proxy Access Rule Improved Shareholder Value Before Court Struck It Down

The proxy access rule, a federal regulation established after the 2008 financial crisis, improved shareholder value before a federal appeals court struck it down, according to a study by Joanna T. Campbell, a management professor at the University of Arkansas, and her colleagues.

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