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Research handbook on executive pay edited by, Thomsas, Randall S, and Hill Jennifer G.

Contributor(s): Thomas, Randall S [editor] | Hill, Jennifer G [editor].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Research handbooks in coporate law and governance. Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012Description: viii, 543 p.ISBN: 9781781953334.Subject(s): Executives -- Pensions | Executives -- Salaries, etc | Executives -- Salaries, etc -- Law and legislationDDC classification: 331.28165842
Contents:
1.The politics of pay: a legislative history of executive compensation /​ Kevin J. Murphy 2.U.S. executive compensation in historical perspective /​ Harwell Wells 3.Executive pay and corporate governance reform in the UK: what has been achieved? /​ Steve Thompson 4.Governance codes, managerial remuneration and disciplining in the UK: a history of governance reform failure? /​ Grzegorz Trojanowski 5.Agency theory and incentive compensation /​ William Bratton pt. II THE STRUCTURE OF EXECUTIVE PAY 6.Bankers' compensation and prudential supervision: the international principles /​ Guido Ferrarini 7.Reforming financial executives' compensation for the long term /​ Roberta Romano 8.How to avoid compensating the CEO for luck: the case of macroeconomic fluctuations /​ Jianhua Zhang 9.CEO compensation and stock options in IPO firms /​ Marc Goergen Contents note continued: 10.Corporate governance going astray: executive remuneration built to fail /​ Jaap Winter pt. III CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION 11.Regulating executive remuneration after the global financial crisis: common law perspectives /​ Jennifer G. Hill 12.Institutional investor preferences and executive compensation /​ Zacharias Sautner 13.Say on pay and the outrage constraint /​ Kym Sheehan 14.Taxing executive compensation /​ Glen Loutzenhiser 15.Insider trading and executive compensation: what we can learn from the experience with Rule 10b5-1 /​ M. Todd Henderson 16.Executive compensation consultants /​ Ruth Bender pt. IV INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON EXECUTIVE PAY 17.Lessons from the rapid evolution of executive remuneration practices in Australia: hard law, soft law, boards and consultants /​ Randall S. Thomas 18.Presidents' compensation in Japan /​ Katsuyuki Kubo 19.Top executive pay in China /​ Oliver M. Rui Contents note continued: 20.Executive compensation and pay for performance in China /​ Lerong He 21.Executive compensation in India /​ Yesha Yadav 22.The EU and executive pay: managing harmonization risks /​ Niamh Moloney 23.Executive compensation under German corporate law: reasonableness, managerial incentives and sustainability in order to enhance optimal contracting and to limit managerial power /​ Brigitte Haar 24.Director and executive compensation regulations for Italian listed and closed corporations /​ Manlio Lubrano di Scorpaniello.
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1.The politics of pay: a legislative history of executive compensation /​ Kevin J. Murphy
2.U.S. executive compensation in historical perspective /​ Harwell Wells
3.Executive pay and corporate governance reform in the UK: what has been achieved? /​ Steve Thompson
4.Governance codes, managerial remuneration and disciplining in the UK: a history of governance reform failure? /​ Grzegorz Trojanowski
5.Agency theory and incentive compensation /​ William Bratton
pt. II THE STRUCTURE OF EXECUTIVE PAY
6.Bankers' compensation and prudential supervision: the international principles /​ Guido Ferrarini
7.Reforming financial executives' compensation for the long term /​ Roberta Romano
8.How to avoid compensating the CEO for luck: the case of macroeconomic fluctuations /​ Jianhua Zhang
9.CEO compensation and stock options in IPO firms /​ Marc Goergen
Contents note continued: 10.Corporate governance going astray: executive remuneration built to fail /​ Jaap Winter
pt. III CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION
11.Regulating executive remuneration after the global financial crisis: common law perspectives /​ Jennifer G. Hill
12.Institutional investor preferences and executive compensation /​ Zacharias Sautner
13.Say on pay and the outrage constraint /​ Kym Sheehan
14.Taxing executive compensation /​ Glen Loutzenhiser
15.Insider trading and executive compensation: what we can learn from the experience with Rule 10b5-1 /​ M. Todd Henderson
16.Executive compensation consultants /​ Ruth Bender
pt. IV INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON EXECUTIVE PAY
17.Lessons from the rapid evolution of executive remuneration practices in Australia: hard law, soft law, boards and consultants /​ Randall S. Thomas
18.Presidents' compensation in Japan /​ Katsuyuki Kubo
19.Top executive pay in China /​ Oliver M. Rui
Contents note continued: 20.Executive compensation and pay for performance in China /​ Lerong He
21.Executive compensation in India /​ Yesha Yadav
22.The EU and executive pay: managing harmonization risks /​ Niamh Moloney
23.Executive compensation under German corporate law: reasonableness, managerial incentives and sustainability in order to enhance optimal contracting and to limit managerial power /​ Brigitte Haar
24.Director and executive compensation regulations for Italian listed and closed corporations /​ Manlio Lubrano di Scorpaniello.

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