Executive compensation and corporate governance with special reference to Bangladesh; some emerging issues
Wise, Victoria and Ali, Muhammad Mahboob 2010, Executive compensation and corporate governance with special reference to Bangladesh; some emerging issues, in IBRC 2010 : Research for change : Proceedings of 13th International Business Research Conference, World Business Institute, Melbourne, Vic..
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This discussion paper considers corporate governance issues associated with executive compensation arrangements. An historical perspective is used to demonstrate the absence of a sound empirically-based understanding of good corporate governance practices in relation to share-based payment arrangements. The paper provides an overview of issues including the potential earnings dilution and volatility effects of the introduction of regulations affecting executive remuneration. Potential future research questions have been framed addressing each of the major issues identified in this paper. We conclude that corporate regulators should ensure they are familiar with and consider best practice models for corporate governance when developing new, or revising existing business regulation. It is proposed that further research to remedy this deficiency would enable a more accurate assessment of the impact of management on accounting regulation and the better design and implementation of regulation.
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Field of Research
150303 Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
HERDC Research category
E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
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