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Research handbook on executive pay.

Author: Randall S Thomas
Publisher: Edward Elgar 2014.
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Leading corporate governance scholars from a range of countries set out their views on four main areas of executive compensation: the history and theory of executive compensation, the structure of  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Randall S Thomas
ISBN: 9781781953334 1781953333
OCLC Number: 960081319
Contents: Contents:Introduction PART I: HISTORY AND THEORY1. The Politics of Pay: A Legislative History of Executive Compensation Kevin J. Murphy2. U.S. Executive Compensation in Historical Perspective Harwell Wells3. Executive Pay and Corporate Governance Reform in the UK: What Has Been Achieved? Steve Thompson4. Governance Codes, Managerial Remuneration and Disciplining in the UK: A History of Governance Reform Failure?Luc Renneboog and Grzegorz Trojanowski5. Agency Theory and Incentive CompensationWilliam Bratton PART II: THE STRUCTURE OF EXECUTIVE PAY6. Bankers' Compensation and Prudential Supervision: The International Principles Guido Ferrarini 7. Reforming Financial Executives' Compensation for the Long Term Sanjai Bhagat and Roberta Romano 8. How to Avoid Compensating the CEO for Luck: The Case of Macroeconomic Fluctuations Lars Oxelheim, Clas Wihlborg and Jianhua Zhang 9. CEO Compensation and Stock Options in IPO FirmsSalim Chahine and Marc Goergen10. Corporate Governance Going Astray: Executive Remuneration Built to FailJaap Winter PART III: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION11. Regulating Executive Remuneration After the Global Financial Crisis: Common Law PerspectivesJennifer G. Hill12. Institutional Investor Preferences and Executive CompensationJoseph A. McCahery and Zacharias Sautner 13. Say on Pay and the Outrage ConstraintKym Sheehan14. Taxing Executive CompensationGlen Loutzenhiser15. Insider Trading and Executive Compensation: What We Can Learn from the Experience with Rule 10b5-1M. Todd Henderson 16. Executive Compensation ConsultantsRuth Bender PART IV: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON EXECUTIVE PAY17. Lessons from the Rapid Evolution of Executive Remuneration Practices in Australia: Hard Law, Soft Law, Boards and ConsultantsRandall S. Thomas 18. Presidents' Compensation in JapanKatsuyuki Kubo19. Top Executive Pay in ChinaMichael Firth, Tak Yan Leung and Oliver M. Rui20. Executive Compensation and Pay for Performance in ChinaMartin J. Conyon and Lerong He21. Executive Compensation in IndiaRajesh Chakrabarti, Krishnamurthy Subramanian, Pradeep K. Yadav and Yesha Yadav 22. The EU and Executive Pay: Managing Harmonization RisksNiamh Moloney 23. Executive Compensation under German Corporate Law: Reasonableness, Managerial Incentives and Sustainability in Order to Enhance Optimal Contracting and to Limit Managerial PowerBrigitte Haar 24. Director and Executive Compensation Regulations for Italian Listed and Closed CorporationsCarlo Amatucci and Manlio Lubrano di ScorpanielloIndex


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'. . . A controversial and endlessly debatable topic on which this book sheds considerable light and is a most welcome commentary. . . Rather than a collection of learned essays gleaned from various Read more...

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