Examines key historical executive branch and regulatory approaches to executive pay and corporate governance, including brief review of "say on pay," as proposed by Department of Treasury to give shareholders right to a non-binding vote on executive pay. Discusses more recent executive pay and corporate governance initiatives, and provides in-depth examination of say on pay and its potential costs and benefits.
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Microfiche version: Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. "Say on Pay" and Other Corporate Governance Reform Initiatives