Incentivising Employees

Incentivising Employees : The Theory, Policy and Practice of Employee Share Ownership Plans in Australia

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This book is the culmination of a multi-year research project funded by the Australian Research Council and represents the first detailed discussion of the theory, policy and practice of employee share ownership plans (ESOPs) in Australia.The topics examined in Incentivising Employees are key legal and policy issues relevant to ESOPs, the current incidence and forms of ESOPs in Australia, the corporate law and taxation law frameworks, why employers implement ESOPs and why employees participate in them, international comparisons, and recommendations for reform.show more

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  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 152 x 208 x 17.02mm
  • Melbourne University Press
  • Academic Monographs
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • English
  • Main
  • 0522864090
  • 9780522864090

About Ian Ramsay

Ingrid Landau has worked as a Research Fellow on the ESOP project at Melbourne Law School. She now works as a researcher and industrial officer in the trade union movement.Ann O'Connell is Professor at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, specialising in taxation. She teaches in the undergraduate and graduate tax programs and in the area of securities market regulation. She is Special Counsel at Allens, a member of the Advisory Panel to the Australian Board of Taxation, a Visiting Fellow at the Centre of Tax Law, Cambridge University, and a member of the Australian Taxation Office's Public Rulings Panel.Ian Ramsay is the Harold Ford Professor of Commercial Law at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne, where he is also Director of the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation. He is a member of the federal government's Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee, the Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's External Advisory Panel and the Corporations Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia. Former positions he has held include head of the federal government inquiry on auditor independence and member of the Takeovers Panel.show more