An Introduction to Executive Compensation by Steven Balsam

By Steven Balsam

basic readers do not know why humans should still care approximately what executives are paid and why they're paid the best way they're. that is the reason that The Wall road magazine, Fortune, Forbes, and different renowned and practitioner courses have average assurance on them. This publication not just proposes a reason--executives desire incentives so as to maximize company price (economists name this "agency theory")--it additionally describes the character and layout of govt repayment practices. these incentives can take the shape of advantages (salary, inventory options), perquisites (reflecting the prestige of the administrative in the organizational tradition.
This ebook is necessary since it takes the weather of an government reimbursement package deal aside, interpreting them within the contexts of either financial idea and company perform after which explains how, below various stipulations, one may possibly build a repayment package deal that optimizes an executive's and a corporation's performance.

Key Features
* offers an target research of present government reimbursement practices
* Comprehensively studies of educational literature and extant practice
* Explains and illustrates a number of the elements of the reimbursement package
* Discusses the inducement, monetary reporting, tax, political, fairness, and company worth results of these components

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