CEO compensation and topmanagement incentives. Internal or social problems ?
This paper analyzes the income of french top managers taking as a sample firms that made the CAC 40 in 2009. The pay gap between CEOs and unskilled workers have never been higher. In our view, explanations of this trend are not solely related to economic
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