Are Directors Paid Too Much? An Analysis of Corporate Board Member Compensation from 1997-2012

The Conference Board, Inc., 10 pages, March 7, 2018
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Director excess compensation may be a sign of board entrenchment while an increase in overcompensation of directors reduces pay-for-performance sensitivity.

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Excessive CEO pay has been researched and discussed extensively. However, relatively little attention has been placed on the compensation of outside directors. To address this, the authors develop a model to predict expected or normal director compensation. On average, there is greater evidence of over- rather than undercompensation.

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