CEO pay

Blair, Margaret M.
January 1994
Brookings Review;Winter94, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
Evaluates issues surrounding executive compensation in the corporate world. Size of compensation as key issue; Government sanctions on companies that pay their executives more than $1 million a year; Comparative annual compensations; Determination of how corporate executives should be paid; Link of executive pay with stock market performance.


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