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Excessive executive compensation within United States companies has historically been a problematic corporate governance issue. Despite many reform proposals, it has been resistant to change. CEO compensation continues to be a hot button issue in the U.S., sparking heated debate among activist shareholders, institutional shareholders, unions, employees, the media, and those who are concerned about income inequality.

This presentation will consider executive compensation through the lenses of popular opinion, empirical analysis, and corporate governance. Specific topics include the widening gap between executive and employee compensation, the pay mix of executive compensation by industry and organizational size, a case study of a recent failed Say on Pay vote, clawbacks, and a case study of a recent golden parachute that poses specific challenges with respect to the optics of executive compensation.

Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Stephanie R. Thomas
Cornell University Institute for Compensation Studies

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