What matters most in CEO compensation

  title={What matters most in CEO compensation},
  author={R. Beavers},
  journal={Corporate Board: role, duties and composition},
  • R. Beavers
  • Published 2018
  • Business
  • Corporate Board: role, duties and composition
  • Recent literature in the compensation space has focused on variables that correspond to CEO incentives, including inside debt, overconfidence, and the CEO pay slice. This paper looks at the most recent time when all of this data is available, beginning from 2006 to 2013. An in-depth analysis of theories the literature has already been provided, but this study considers all three together and includes interactions in order to remove potential omitted variable bias in previous studies. The… CONTINUE READING
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