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Are executives paid too much? / Beth Rosenthal, book editor. - Detroit, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2012. - 106 p. ; 24 cm. - At issue.Social issues . - At issue. Social issues. .

Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-102) and index.

Compensation committees should use reason to limit executives' salaries / Executives must be paid well in order to attract top talent / CEOs want to hide the gap between worker pay and their own / Executive compensation should be tied to company profitability / Executive compensation should not be tied to company profitability / Executives' high salaries should be capped / Executives' high salaries should not be capped / Government should regulate private-sector executive compensation / Government should not regulate private-sector executive compensation / Shareholders must be active in determining executive compensation / Executives put profits before good business decisions / Government regulation is the wrong way to fix executive compensation -- Mark W. Olson -- Dominic Basulto -- Sam Pizzigati -- Clive Crook -- Robert P. Murphy -- Dean Calbreath -- Steven Pearlstein -- Sarah Anderson and Sam Pizzigati -- Mitchell Schnurman -- Fred G. Steingraber and Karen Kane -- Les Leopold -- Edward E. Lawler, III.

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Executives--Salaries, etc.
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HD38.2 / .A74 2012