Rachel Hayes and Scott Schaefer of the University of Utah have published CEO Pay and the Lake Wobegon Effect in the Journal of Financial Economics. The central tenet is that every CEO wants to be paid above average because that means the company is performing above average.
CEO Pay and the Lake Wobegon Effect
- Compliance Bricks and Mortar for April 17
- $250 Could Cost a Firm $6.1 Million
- Pyramid Scheme or Ponzi Scheme
- Invest With Managers Who Eat Their Own Cooking
- So It’s a Security, But Maybe the Private Placement Was Okay?
- Compliance Bricks and Mortar for April 10
- Sure Fire Way To Spot a Fraud: Look for the SEC Seal
- Personal Foul Called on Athlete Lending Firm
- The Producers Success and Oil Wells
- Norman Leventhal
You can keep coming back to this website, but we can notify you when there is a new story if you Subscribe.
Dodd-Frank’ed Real Estate
The Dodd-Frank law brought many real estate private equity firms into the world of the Investment Advisers Act. These are some key stories on the topic: