Peer Firms in Relative Performance Evaluation

@inproceedings{Albuquerque2009PeerFI,
  title={Peer Firms in Relative Performance Evaluation},
  author={Ana Karla Ara{\'u}jo Cavalcanti de Albuquerque},
  year={2009}
}
Relative performance evaluation (RPE) in CEO compensation provides insurance against external shocks and yields a more informative measure of CEO actions. I argue that empirical evidence on the use of RPE is mixed because previous studies rely on a misspecified peer group. External shocks and flexibility in responding to the shocks are functions of, for example, the firm’s technology, the complexity of the organization, and the ability to access external credit, which depend on firm size. When… CONTINUE READING
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