2015 Student Research Conference:
28th Annual Student Research Conference

Capitalization of Executive Compensation to Improve Company's Performance
Tommy Ng
Dr. Katherine Jackson, Faculty Mentor

Student: Tommy Ng Faculty Advisor: Dr. Katherine Jackson Capitalization of Executive Compensation to Improve Company's Performance Several studies have found empirical results between executive performance and executive compensation. While they have been proven to be statistically significant, there are substantial differences among various types of companies and industries. In order to maximize executive performance, compensation should consider and evaluate the sensitivity of executive pay in response to risky and long-term projects while determining executive compensation. The purpose of this research is to analyze the executive performance in response to compensation and personal attachment to the company. Oftentimes, executive pay is evaluated solely by monetary value. The study will show additional variables in regards to personal background and history such as the executives bond to the company in order to perform well and push for companys long-term development. Moreover, the final phase involves the studies of misconduct and the potential of disengagement due to poor compensation model, which results in poor performance and some even damage the companys reputation.

Keywords: Executive, Compensation, Company, Performance, Model

Business Administration

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 109-2
Location: VH 1212
Time: 8:45

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