entrenchment

noun an entrenched fortification; a position protected by trenches
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entrenchment

A possible description of the actions of managers of firms. Managers can make investments that are more valuable under themselves than under alternative managers. Those investments might not maximize shareholder value. So shareholders have a moral hazard in contracting with managers. Or, in the phrasing of Weisbach (1988): 'Managerial entrench...
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Entrenchment

Sunken tracks or grooves in the tread surface cut in the direction of travel by the passage of water or trail users.
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entrenchment

[n] - an entrenched fortification
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