Evaluating Executive Compensation Packages

Jarque, Arantxa; Muth, John
September 2013
Economic Quarterly (10697225);2013 4th Quarter, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p251
Academic Journal
The article discusses the evaluation of executive compensation involving U.S. firms in the period of 1993 to 2012. It mentions the application of Execucomp databases to determine the compensation of the chief executive officer (CEO) based on the figures that are reported by firms, and the compensation package given every year. It outlines the comparison of direct compensation, and total yearly compensation of a CEO.


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