Who’s buying the company stock? An investigation into identity and stock purchase plan participation in a newly public firm

January 2, 2012
Most of the research on employee ownership or employee stock plan participation investigates the effects of such forms of ownership on employee attitudes. In order to supplement that literature, Theresa M. Welbourne's (CEO) study explores the effect of a set of employee attitudes (work related identity) on the decision to participate in an employee stock purchase plan.

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