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UK Shareholder Voting on Director's Remuneration: Has Binding Vote Made any Difference?
Directors’ remuneration has been a contentious issue in the UK since the early 1990s. The Companies Act 2006 gives the shareholders voting rights and highlights the shareholders as responsible for monitoring and curbing ...
Directors Pay Regulation: One Goal Two Approaches
Purpose This paper aims to examine the two different approaches adopted in the UK to regulate directors’ remuneration. The paper also aims to explore the two approaches to understand which one better regulates directors’ ...
Corporate Social Responsibility in Cameroon: The Hydro Electricity Sector
Corporate social responsibility concept is relatively new in Cameroon. That is why a majority of the large companies do not have either CSR policies in place or a team that deals with corporate social responsibility issues. ...
The Role of the Law in the Determination of Executive Remuneration
(FLE Learning Ltd, 2014)
Executive remuneration has been a contentious issue in the UK since the early 1990s. The lack of link between executive pay and company performance has been the shareholder’s concern. The law makes no provisions on how ...