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  • Taschenbuch: 543 Seiten
  • Verlag: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd (28. Februar 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1781953333
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781953334
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 3,2 x 17,8 x 25,4 cm
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'... a controversial and endlessly debatable topic on which this book sheds considerable light and is a most welcome commentary... Rather than a collection of learned essays gleaned from various academic journals worldwide, the articles contained within this quite fascinating work of reference - all extensively footnoted - have all been specially commissioned by the editors to provide a wealth of informed, up-to-date commentary on the latest contributions to this debate worldwide from top scholars in this field... The book does provide copious resources for further research in the form of footnotes, extensive bibliographies at the end of each article and a detailed index at the back. With its global perspective and erudite approach, this book would certainly be an asset to anyone involved professionally or academically in any matters relating to executive pay.' - Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, The Barrister Magazine

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Von Phillip Taylor am 1. September 2012
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STUDENTS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES PRACTITIONERS -- FURTHER INTERNATIONAL DEBATE ON EXECUTIVE PAY

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

How do you determine what is – and what isn’t – a fair and just level of executive pay? In the light of major recent financial scandals -- too various to mention here -- the legal and financial communities, as well as the general public, have been hearing almost endlessly about executive pay and the massive salaries -- usually seven figures plus bonuses -- earned by one CEO after another.

Result: a controversial and endlessly debatable topic on which this book, recently published by Edward Elgar Publishing, sheds considerable light and is a most welcome commentary.

Part of the descriptively titled ‘Research Handbooks in Corporate Law and Governance’ series from Elgar, the book has been produced with the obvious editorial aim of subjecting this vexed subject to extensive, yet thorough scrutiny.

Rather than a collection of learned essays gleaned from various academic journals worldwide, the articles contained within this quite fascinating work of reference – all extensively footnoted -- have all been specially commissioned by the editors to provide a wealth of informed, up-to-date commentary on the latest contributions to this debate worldwide from top scholars in this field.

The scholarship in question hails from no less than thirty-seven contributors from as many universities worldwide.
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STUDENTS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES PRACTITIONERS -- FURTHER INTERNATIONAL DEBATE ON EXECUTIVE PAY

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

How do you determine what is - and what isn't - a fair and just level of executive pay? In the light of major recent financial scandals -- too various to mention here -- the legal and financial communities, as well as the general public, have been hearing almost endlessly about executive pay and the massive salaries -- usually seven figures plus bonuses -- earned by one CEO after another.

Result: a controversial and endlessly debatable topic on which this book, recently published by Edward Elgar Publishing, sheds considerable light and is a most welcome commentary.

Part of the descriptively titled `Research Handbooks in Corporate Law and Governance' series from Elgar, the book has been produced with the obvious editorial aim of subjecting this vexed subject to extensive, yet thorough scrutiny.

Rather than a collection of learned essays gleaned from various academic journals worldwide, the articles contained within this quite fascinating work of reference - all extensively footnoted -- have all been specially commissioned by the editors to provide a wealth of informed, up-to-date commentary on the latest contributions to this debate worldwide from top scholars in this field.

The scholarship in question hails from no less than thirty-seven contributors from as many universities worldwide. Yale, Oxford and the LSE are represented, as well as the University of Southern California, the Cranfield University School of Management, as well as more universities in America, China, Australia, India and a number of EU member countries including Germany.

The editors Randall S. Thomas and Jennifer G. Hill are from Vanderbilt Law School, USA and Sydney Law School, respectively. So you cannot say that the book doesn't present the various issues involved from a global perspective!

The book is logically divided into four parts grouped under the headings of `history and theory'...`the structure of executive pay'... corporate governance'... and international perspectives on executive pay.

Key debates include, for example, government regulation of executive pay -- a policy which we doubt would be popular in the UK, with its hugely important financial services industry. Some theorists would support government regulation, although guardedly. Others argue that politicians are unsuited to intervening in labour markets... and that the courts, not to mention the hapless shareholders, know less about pay levels than directors: amply illustrated by the `Shareholder Spring' of 2012.

Whatever your opinion on this subject, the book just might lead you either to altering it, or substantiating it. The book does provide copious resources for further research in the form of footnotes, extensive bibliographies at the end of each article and a detailed index at the back.

With its global perspective and erudite approach, this book would certainly be an asset to anyone involved professionally or academically in any matters relating to executive pay.
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