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    • Does Managed Care Change the Management of Nonprofit Hospitals? 

      Bertrand, Marianne; Hallock, Kevin; Arnould, Richard (2005-04-01)
      This paper examines how the managerial labor market in nonprofit hospitals has adjusted to the financial pressures induced by HMO penetration. Using a panel of about 1,500 nonprofit hospitals over the period 1992–96, the ...
    • Executive Compensation in American Unions 

      Hallock, Kevin; Klein, Felice B. (2011-06-17)
      [Exerpt] Studying compensation in the nonprofit sector is difficult. In nonprofit organizations, it is not always clear what the objectives of the organization are and, therefore, perhaps even more difficult to consider ...
    • New Data for Answering Old Questions Regarding Employee Stock Options 

      Hallock, Kevin; Olson, Craig A. (2008-03-13)
      This paper is a description and summary of existing questions and sources of data on stock options with an emphasis on two issues; what are the issues surrounding stock options in the national accounts and what value do ...
    • Research Brief: The Role of Tasks and Skills in Explaining the Disability Pay Gap 

      Hallock, Kevin; Bjelland, Melissa J.; Jin, Xin; Barrington, Linda (2014-01-01)
      A disparity in pay exists between workers with and without disabilities. This gap persists even in analyses that control for a variety of factors and incorporate compensation benefits other than wages and salaries. To ...
    • Research Brief: Total Compensation Gaps are Distinct from Wage Gaps 

      Hallock, Kevin; Barrington, Linda; Jin, Xin; Bjelland, Melissa J. (2014-01-01)
      While the disparity in wage and salary income between workers with and without disabilities is well documented in the literature, less is known about the gap in total compensation. Health insurance, mandated benefits, and ...
    • The Changing Relationship Between Job Loss Announcements and Stock Prices: 1970-1999 

      Farber, Henry S.; Hallock, Kevin (2008-01-01)
      We study the reaction of stock prices to announcements of reductions in force (RIFs) using a sample of 4273 such announcements in 1160 large firms during the 1970-99 period collected from the Wall Street Journal. We note ...
    • The Cornell Staff Retirement Incentive Program 

      Whelan, Kenneth T.; Ehrenberg, Ronald G.; Hallock, Kevin; Seeber, Ronald L. (2011-02-14)
      We evaluate potential determinants of enrollment in an early retirement incentive program for non-tenure-track employees at a large university. Using administrative records on the eligible, population of employees not ...
    • The Gender Pay and Employment Gaps for Top Managers in U.S. Nonprofits 

      Hallock, Kevin (2002-01-12)
      This paper examines the gender wage gap among managers of nonprofit organizations using newly collected detailed data on compensation of managers and accounting characteristics of nonprofits in the U.S. There are several ...
    • The Value of Stock Options To Non-Executive Employees 

      Hallock, Kevin; Olson, Craig A. (2006-08-25)
      This study empirically investigates the value employees place on stock options using information from the option exercise behavior of individuals. Employees hold options for another period if the value from holding them ...