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Factors associated with the use of longterm plans in management compensation contracts and the choice between earningsbased performance plans and marketbased longterm plans are examined. Results indicate the firms using longterm plans are large, have diffuse ownership and more longterm growth....
Performance plans, a form of executive compensation plan, are designed to reward management for improved performance over the long run. Various accounting measures can be used to evaluate this performance return on assets ROA, return on equity ROE, and earnings per share EPS are examples. This...
The impact of accounting earnings based compensation contracts an effort allocation is analyzed using an agencytheoretic model. In this model, the CEO of a publicly traded firm expends effort on operational shortrun activities and strategic longrun activities. The shareholders desire the CEO to...
Empirical evidence on the shareholder wealth effects of changes in executive compensation agreements is provided by a body of research which examines common stock returns around the time that pay packages are modified. Most studies report significantly positive excess stock returns...
This study examined the relation between performance plan adoption and profitability. It posits that the nature of this relation varies with the ownership structure of the firm, arguing that following performance plan adoption, profitability will increase in ownercontrolled firms. Results based...
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