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Program on Corporate Governance Seeks Post-Doctoral Fellows

Post-doctoral fellows and senior associates in the fields of corporate governance and/or law and finance: applications from highly qualified candidates who are interested in working with the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance are now being accepted. Post-Doctoral Fellows Applicants for a position of a post-doctoral fellow should be interested in spending between one and three years […]

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De-emphasizing Pay for Performance

It is common knowledge that people are not driven solely by the prospect of financial rewards. Yet, in business, motivational tools for top executives—particularly the CEO—almost singularly comprise financial incentives. In 1980, only 10 percent of the UK’s largest FTSE100 companies utilized incentive arrangements (in the form of cash and stock-based variable pay). Today, they […]

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