Title

Changing Executive Compensation: Widening the Lens and Focusing on Directors

Authors

Tiffany Rowe

Streaming Media

Document Type

Event

Publication Date

2-10-2010

Abstract

Tiffany Rowe, a fourth-year evening student at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law, makes a persuasive case that executive compensation is too often calculated by irrational standards. Her address argued that the cult of celebrity that sprang up around well-known CEO’s in the 1990s directly fueled the astonishing growth of top executive paychecks over the past couple of decades.

A summary of the event is available here.

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