Managerial Pay and Executive Turnover in the Czech and Slovak Republics *

@inproceedings{Eriksson2003ManagerialPA,
  title={Managerial Pay and Executive Turnover in the Czech and Slovak Republics *},
  author={Tor Eriksson},
  year={2003}
}
Despite the crucial role played by managers in changing the functioning of labour markets in transition economies, research on the determinants of executive pay and CEO turnover in these countries is almost non-existent. The current paper aims at adding to this minuscule literature. For this purpose I make use of a unique data set containing relevant firm-manager information from the Czech and Slovak Republics in the late nineties. This allows me to examine the influence of individual and in… CONTINUE READING

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