Do ISOs belong in your executive compensation program?

Winder, Walton R.
April 1982
Management Review;Apr82, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
Discusses the factors that should be considered by corporations before making the decision of including incentive stock options (ISO) in the executive compensation program. Requirements for a stock option to qualify as an ISO; Advantages provided by ISO to corporations.


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