Research for the Real World: CEO Pay Over the Very Long Run

CEO Pay – History appears not to be repeating itself
Friday, July 11, 2014

CEO compensation continues to be a hot button issue in the United States. In this month’s “Research for the Real World” workspan column, Professor Kevin F. Hallock compares the recent and rapid increase in executive compensation to the relatively flat trend it exhibited in the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Click here to read.

Join Professor Hallock and others for Executive, Key Talent and Superstar Pay for Performance, New York City. This two-day professional development course will outline the contextual framework for evaluating performance-based compensation of executives, key talent and superstars. Truly understanding the basics of compensating executives, key talent and superstars is key to thinking and re-thinking how to align performance, strategy and pay for “must-retain” employees and organizational leaders. To learn more or register, explore here.

Find all of Hallock’s “Research for the Real World” columns here.

Professor Kevin F. Hallock is the Donald C. Opatrny '74 Chair of the Department of Economics, Joseph R. Rich '80 Professor of Economics and HR Studies and Director of the Institute for Compensation Studies at Cornell University-ILR School.