Read our special issue on 'CEO pay vs CEO performance'
Our special issue on 'CEO Pay vs CEO Performance' is now available as free access until 11 June in Management Research.
Do CEOs receive the pay they deserve? Using a novel analytical approach, our leading article from Aguinis, Gomez-Mejia, Martin, O'Boyle and Joo analyses CEO pay vs CEO performance in US firms. Their findings uncover that the top performing CEO's are not the top earning CEO's. The implications of the study are discussed and challenged by nine written commentaries by Martin J. Conyon, Donald C. Hambrick, Michael A. Hitt, Katalin Takacs Haynes, Adam J. Wowak, Michael J. Mannor, Patrick M. Wright, Anthony J. Nyberg, Robert M. Wiseman, Hadi Faqihi, Albert A. Cannella, Jr., Valerie Sy, Gerald E. Ledford, Edward E. Lawler, James P. Walsh, B. Joseph White, and Jeffrey R. Edwards.
These focus on understanding why CEO pay and CEO performance are decoupled and what this means for global businesses. Does this have positive or negative implications? Is this the only way it can be? The debate has already started in first issue, Volume 16, of Management Research.
This research also is featured by the Wall Street Journal at https://www.wsj.com/articles/ceo-pay-and-performance-dont-match-up-1526299200
Management Research (MRJIAM), the official journal of The Iberoamerican Academy of Management (an affiliate of the Academy of Management), provides a rigorous forum for the publication of high quality peer-reviewed articles covering all major disciplines in management.
CEO Pay vs CEO Performance
A short presentation to a great issue on CEO pay and performance
The two sides of CEO pay injustice: A power law conceptualization of CEO over and underpayment
Herman Aguinis, Geoffrey P. Martin, Luis R. Gomez-Mejia, Ernest H. O'Boyle, Jr., Harry Joo
The fattest of the fat cats: observations on Aguinis and colleagues' findings on CEO pay
Donald C. Hambrick
CEO overpayment and underpayment: executives, governance and institutions
Michael Hitt, Katalin Takacs Haynes
Do CEOs receive the pay they deserve? A new vantage on a familiar question
Adam J. Wowak, Michael J. Mannor, Craig Crossland
The elusive linkage between CEO pay and performance
Gerald Edward Ledford Jr., Edward E. Lawler III
Academic research meets practice: why controversial results are not controversial
Patrick M. Wright, Anthony J. Nyberg
The rocky road from insight to understanding
James P. Walsh, B. Joseph White, Jeffrey R. Edwards
The two sides of CEO pay injustice: a commentary
Albert Cannella, Jr., Valerie Sy
The continuing search for the Holy Grail
Robert M. Wiseman, Hadi Faqihi
Comments on two sides of CEO pay injustice: A power law conceptualization of CEO over and underpayment
Martin J. Conyon
CEO pay is indeed decoupled from CEO performance: charting a path for the future
Herman Aguinis, Luis R. Gomez-Mejia, Geoffrey P. Martin and Harry Joo
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