A comparative study of Executive Remuneration practices within the United States and United Kingdom
Martinez-Atkinson, Daniel (2006) A comparative study of Executive Remuneration practices within the United States and United Kingdom. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
This dissertation uses US and UK company data from 2004/05 to generate measures for 'current' levels of pay sensitivity for top executives between these two countries, taking into account indirect payments, such as options and long-term incentive plans, which often contribute a significant proportion of total executive remuneration. These results are then analysed and form the basis for a discussion which identifies possible causes for the characteristics found within the two countries remuneration policies.
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