The Interrelationships between Information Technology Expenditures, CEO Compensation and Firm Value*

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CEOs and their management teams decide how much a firm will spend on IT. Though managers make IT spending decisions with the intent of generating value, such benefits are risky and not guaranteed (Dewan et al. 2007). While CEOs may perceive that IT spending could translate into competitive advantage and increase productivity, they also realize that IT… (More)

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@inproceedings{Masli2009TheIB, title={The Interrelationships between Information Technology Expenditures, CEO Compensation and Firm Value*}, author={Adi Masli and Vernon J. Richardson and Juan M. Sanchez and Sam M. Walton and Rodney E. Smith and Charlene Henderson and Suzanna Hicks and Lorin M. Hitt}, year={2009} }