Hegemonic power and Canadian corporate executives compensation

Sharma, Basu
February 1999
Perceptual & Motor Skills;Feb99, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p167
Academic Journal
Examines the effects of the use of stock ownership and stock options as indices of chief executive officer (CEO) hegemonic power, on the growth of 37 Canadian corporate executives' compensation in 1995 to 1996. Derivation of the concept of hegemonic power from the field of international relations; Inclusion of cash compensation and benefits in the compensation variable.


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