The Relationship between Managers' Compensation and Market Value Added (MVA) in Iranian Listed Firms: Panel Data Technique
Nowadays, manager compensation is considered as one of the motivation factors in many communities. Other researchers have been done in scientific and professional associations about what variable should be the subject of compensation. Many firms and economic organizations determine the manager compensation based on profitability rates; however, it has been criticized due to formulating some failures on modification and computation of it. So, this research has intended to investigate the relationship between manager¡¯s compensation and market value added (MVA). In this paper, it is applied panel data technique for 46 listed firms in five years. Finally, it is concluded that there is a relationship between manager¡¯s compensation and market value added in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) and the 47% of fluctuations is explained by the defined regression model.
Volume (Year): 2 (2012)
Issue (Month): (November)
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