2 edition of Determinants of executive compensation found in the catalog.
Determinants of executive compensation
Ellen L. Pavlik
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ellen L. Pavlik and Ahmed Belkaoui.|
|Contributions||Riahi-Belkaoui, Ahmed, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||HD4965.2 .P38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||90026407|
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Research on the determinants of executive compensation has a very long tradition in a variety of academic fields. This chapter focuses on the key ideas that emerge from a review of this work, especially in the management literature. Executive pay is generally determined by economic factors, social factors, and political factors, each of which is examined in this chapter.
As discussed above, we examine the different roles of two important determinants of executive compensation: CEO generalist–specialist attributes and CEO insider–outsider attributes. Our measure of CEO insiderness is the number of years that an incoming CEO worked in the firm before becoming CEO (i.e., pre-CEO tenure).Cited Determinants of executive compensation book 9.
The Determinants of Director Compensation ABSTRACT While executive compensation has been studied extensively, relatively little is known about the compensation of outside directors.
We attempt to fill this gap by studying the determinants of outside director compensation using a dataset of o board positions from to research on this sector and virtually no examination of executive pay in this type of nonproﬁt.
Purpose of the Study The purpose of our study is to address the following research ques-tions: (1) What are the signiﬁcant determinants of compensation for Compensation packages have exploded for many chief executives in the nonproﬁt sector.
Our main objective is to better understand the determinants of press coverage about executive compensation, and in particular, negative coverage about executive compensation.
The results in Table 1, Table 3 reveal that only a subset of CEOs attracts press coverage on their reported compensation. Among the CEOs that attract coverage, there is Cited by: The determinants of executive compensation An optimal mix in fixed and variable executive rewards for listed companies in the Netherlands Master Thesis Financial Management Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Tilburg University R.B.M.
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Family-member CEOs of family-controlled firms receive lower total income than outsider CEOs, increasingly so as family ownership concentration increases. At the same time, their pay tends to be more insulated from risk and more sensitive to systematic (less controllable) business risk.
The presence of institutional investors and R&D intensity play important moderating roles in these Cited by: This study offers a thorough analysis of what determines the level of executive compensation in one corporation as opposed to another.
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determinants of executive compensation in the context of South African SOEs. Section 2 below includes a literature review that casts light on trends in executive compensation and places the discussion in the context of the theoretical perspectives that explain executive remuneration.
The methodology followed in. Determinants of compensation. Compensation means the basic returns that an employee obtains from his/her work. Every organization offers a good compensation to attract and retain the ablest employees on the actual work floor.
It is because if the company does not offer an attractive package of compensation, compared to other competitive firms. Determinants of CEO compensation are examined through firm performance, corporate governance mechanisms (including board composition and ownership structures) and external monitoring : Md.
Musfiqur Rahman. Volume I (22 papers) discusses theoretical foundations of executive pay, executive compensation and company performance, relative performance evaluation, and determinants of executive compensation. Volume II (23 papers) addresses the effects of CEO pay, accounting measures in executive contracts, CEO turnover, CEO pay internationally, and Price: $ Determinants of employee compensation: an exploratory study By Frans Maloa* and Mahamed Rajah** Abstract Compensation is a discretionary concept and the determinants of compensation may not necessarily be the same for all organisations.
This article reports on the extent to which a limited number of determinants of. The institutional determinants of CEO compensation: An international empirical evidence Habib Jouber Lartige, Faculty of Economic, Sciences & Management, University of Sfax to executive pay and specify our hypotheses regarding potential effects of institutional factors on executive pay.
Get this from a library. Determinants of executive compensation: corporate ownership, performance, size, and diversification. [Ellen L Pavlik; Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui]. In the paper, Determinants of CEO Pay: A Comparison of ExecuComp and Non-ExecuComp Firms, we document systematic differences in contracting environment characteristics between ExecuComp and non-ExecuComp firms that are likely to impact firms’ executive compensation ExecuComp database provides an easy-to-use data source of a relatively broad range.
The Hardcover of the Determinants of Executive Compensation: Corporate Ownership, Performance, Size, and Diversification by Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui, Ellen Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Ahmed Riahi-Belkaoui. Determinants of CEO Compensation Determinants of Non-CEO Compensation Conclusion Chapter 7 Conclusion Objectives of the Study Major Findings Implications of the Results Limitations of the Study Future Research File Size: KB.
This book is important because it takes the elements of an executive compensation package apart, analyzing them in the contexts of both economic theory and corporate practice and then explains how, under varying conditions, one might construct a compensation package that optimizes an executive's and a corporation's performance.5/5(1).
DETERMINANTS OF EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION TABLE I EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION-SENIOR OFFICER* (correlation coefficients, r) Years with company --Sales Assets Net Income Employees Years with company Sales Assets Net Income Employees The study reported in this thesis adds to our understanding of both the components and determinants of Australian remuneration packages for the top management team.
It does so in four main ways: 1. The study examines the determinants of compensation of a range of senior executives within the organisation, in addition to the CEO.
Abstract. We study patterns of CEO compensation in private family firms. We find that private family firms pay their CEO less than other private firms, and that the tendency of low CEO pay is stronger in family firms that have a family member as by: 3.