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|Title:||The Effects of Firm Strategy on the Level and Structure of CEO Compensation: Evidence from the Canadian metal minin industry|
|Advisor:||Agarwal, Naresh C.|
|Abstract:||<p>Executive compensation has attracted much attention over the past few decades. However, a careful review of the literature reveals that there is a need for more empirical studies using different theoretical perspectives. In this thesis, we add theoretical insights from strategic management and analyze some of the determinants of executive compensation within a multidisciplinary framework. Using data from a relatively large sample of Canad ian-based metal mining firms, we examine and discuss the effects of firm strategy on executive compensation. Areas for future research are also discussed.</p>|
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