A new major study on share buybacks
London Business School
A study into the controversy surrounding share buybacks found no evidence that they artificially inflate executive pay or starve firms of cash for investment.
A new major study on share buybacks finds they cause no boost to executive pay or reduction to investment :
The Conservatives committed in 2017 to a major independent study of whether share buybacks inflate executive pay or reduce investment. The result: they don’t. Good to see evidence-based policy vindicated instead of Labour’s knee-jerk left-wing populism.
Noah Smith 🐇
This study finds that share buybacks are NOT associated with lower business investment, as many people claim.
New government commissioned study finds share buybacks aren’t used to inflate executive pay and don’t crowd out investment.
"Share buybacks don’t inflate executive pay or crowd out investment" - new London Business School research for BEIS (!)