Share Ownership and the Alignment of Stakeholder's Interests in French Large Companies
There is very few reliable data on French executive compensations, but compiling all recent disclosures, we find consistent hints proving that stock options are a big issue in this framework. In order to explain how stock option plans arrived to play so important part in executive compensation, we have to present some features of French corporate governance.
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