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|ISBN:||9780737758887 0737758880 9780737758894 0737758899|
|Description:||106 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Compensation committees should use reason to limit executives' salaries / Mark W. Olson --
Executives must be paid well in order to attract top talent / Dominic Basulto --
CEOs want to hide the gap between worker pay and their own / Sam Pizzigati --
Executive compensation should be tied to company profitability / Clive Crook --
Executive compensation should not be tied to company profitability / Robert P. Murphy --
Executives' high salaries should be capped / Dean Calbreath --
Executives' high salaries should not be capped / Steven Pearlstein --
Government should regulate private-sector executive compensation / Sarah Anderson and Sam Pizzigati --
Government should not regulate private-sector executive compensation / Mitchell Schnurman --
Shareholders must be active in determining executive compensation / Fred G. Steingraber and Karen Kane --
Executives put profits before good business decisions / Les Leopold --
Government regulation is the wrong way to fix executive compensation --
Edward E. Lawler, III.
|Series Title:||At issue., Social issues.|
|Responsibility:||Beth Rosenthal, book editor.|
Explores the issue of executive compensation from various angles, addressing salary caps, whether it should be tied to company profitability, and government regulation.
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