Incentive Value of Stock Options at Information Technology Companies in the Down Markets

Abstract

Stock options have been criticized as fair weather friends: good at motivating and retaining executives when the market is going up, but of little incentive value when the market is going down. The veracity of this criticism is of particular importance to executives at information technology (IT) companies, where options are used aggressively and where… (More)

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