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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to assess the association between Chief Executive Officer (CEO) tenure, compensation, and firm's performance. Design/methodology/approach – The paper compares the influence firms' performance on CEOs' cash and total compensation based on the length of...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the relation between executive compensation, firm size and firm performance on a panel of the so‐called “new economy” firms in the USA over the period 1996‐2002. Design/methodology/approach – The authors use two measures of performance, total shareholder...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the synchronous and lagged relationships between CEOs' pay and the performance of a group of public companies that had won a very prestigious award: the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA). Design/methodology/approach – This study uses three rates...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the impact on executive compensation (both cash and in total) of regulation, size of sales and number of employees, and nature of the business in terms of new‐economy vs traditional. Design/methodology/approach – This study uses the ExecuComp database as the...
Purpose – This paper seeks to present and test a model of the association between dividend payout and executive compensation. Design/methodology/approach – The authors develop a model based on Bhattacharyya whereby managerial quality is unobservable to shareholders, and therefore first‐best...
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