Edited by Randall S. Thomas and Jennifer G. Hill
Research on executive compensation has exploded in recent years, and this volume of specially commissioned essays brings the reader up-to-date on all of the latest developments in the field. 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 executive pay, corporate governance and executive compensation, and international perspectives on executive pay.
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- Research Handbook on Executive Pay
- Chapter 1: The Politics of Pay: A Legislative History of Executive Compensation
- Chapter 2: U.S. Executive Compensation in Historical Perspective
- Chapter 3: Executive Pay and Corporate Governance Reform in the UK: What Has Been Achieved?
- Chapter 4: Governance Codes, Managerial Remuneration and Disciplining in the UK: A History of Governance Reform Failure?
- Chapter 5: Agency Theory and Incentive Compensation
- Chapter 6: Bankers’ Compensation and Prudential Supervision: The International Principles
- Chapter 7: Reforming Financial Executives’ Compensation for the Long Term
- Chapter 8: How to Avoid Compensating the CEO for Luck: The Case of Macroeconomic Fluctuations
- Chapter 9: CEO Compensation and Stock Options in IPO Firms
- Chapter 10: Corporate Governance Going Astray: Executive Remuneration Built to Fail
- Chapter 11: Regulating Executive Remuneration After the Global Financial Crisis: Common Law Perspectives
- Chapter 12: Institutional Investor Preferences and Executive Compensation
- Chapter 13: Say on Pay and the Outrage Constraint
- Chapter 14: Taxing Executive Compensation
- Chapter 15: Insider Trading and Executive Compensation: What We Can Learn from the Experience with Rule 10b5-1
- Chapter 16: Executive Compensation Consultants
- Chapter 17: Lessons from the Rapid Evolution of Executive Remuneration Practices in Australia: Hard Law, Soft Law, Boards and Consultants
- Chapter 18: Presidents’ Compensation in Japan
- Chapter 19: Top Executive Pay in China
- Chapter 20: Executive Compensation and Pay for Performance in China
- Chapter 21: Executive Compensation in India
- Chapter 22: The EU and Executive Pay: Managing Harmonization Risks
- Chapter 23: Executive Compensation under German Corporate Law: Reasonableness, Managerial Incentives and Sustainability in Order to Enhance Optimal Contracting and to Limit Managerial Power
- Chapter 24: Director and Executive Compensation Regulations for Italian Listed and Closed Corporations
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