Executive Compensation and Shareholder Value
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Executive Compensation and Shareholder Value : Theory and Evidence

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Executive compensation has gained widespread public attention in recent years, with the pay of top U.S. executives reaching unprecedented levels compared either with past levels, with the remuneration of top executives in other countries, or with the wages and salaries of typical employees. The extraordinary levels of executive compensation have been achieved at a time when U.S. public companies have realized substantial gains in stock market value. Many have cited this as evidence that U.S. executive compensation works well, rewarding managers who make difficult decisions that lead to higher shareholder values, while others have argued that the overly generous salaries and benefits bear little relation to company performance. Recent conceptual and empirical research permits for the first time a truly rigorous debate on these and related issues, which is the subject of this volume.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 163.6 x 243.3 x 15.2mm | 408.24g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1998 ed.
  • X, 160 p.
  • 0792381793
  • 9780792381792

Table of contents

Introduction; J. Carpenter, D. Yermack. Part I:- 1. Top Executive Incentives in Germany, Japan and the U.S.: A Comparison; S.N. Kaplan. 2. Corporate Governance, Executive Pay and Performance in Europe; M.J. Conyon, J. Schwalbach. 3. A Better Way to Pay CEOs? B.J. Hall. 4. Discussion: The Winner-Takes-All: An Alternative View of CEO Incentives; T.T. Milbourn. Part II:- 5. Dual Agency: Corporate Boards with Reciprocally Interlocking Relationships; K.F. Hallock. 6. Discussion; A.H. Rosenbloom. Part III:- 7. The Rise and Fall of Executive Share Options in Britain; B.G.M. Main. 8. Patterns of Employee Stock Option Exercises in the United States; S. Huddart. 9. Discussion; S. Matsunaga. 10. Discussion; J. Samuels.
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