Corporate governance and the information gap: The use of financial and non-financial information in executive compensation

Schiehll, Eduardo; Andre, Paul
July 2003
Ivey Business Journal;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p1
Describes the process involved in the design of compensation systems that are linked to corporate governance in order to align senior managers' decisions with shareholders' interests. Practices that companies use to reward executives; Guidelines in choosing performance measures; Effect of market forces on company's use of performance measurement information.


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