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Timing of Employee Stock Option Exercises and the Valuation of Stock Option Expense
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July 3, 2006
Excerpt: This study examines the degree to which employees' idiosyncratic early option exercise behavior affects firms' employee stock option valuation estimates. Prior research suggests that utility-based valuation models that account for early employee exercise do not yield different value estimates than models that simply adjust for coarse early exercise timing estimates. [The 56 page PDF of the paper may be downloaded from the target page.]

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