On this page you'll find research on how various ways of paying and promoting employees leads them to behave more or less ethically.


AREAS OF RESEARCH

  • Two to five bulleted sub-areas for focus

CASE STUDIES 
   A)FAILURES

  • Two to four links to example cases; can be a placeholder for now

   B)SUCCESSES

  • Two to four links to example cases; can be a placeholder for now

IDEAS TO APPLY 

  • Two to four key takeaways for academics and/or business people; each should be one to three sentences.

OPEN QUESTIONS [areas that need research]

  • Two to five questions for more investigation

TO LEARN MORE 

  • Two to six books, articles, videos, etc.

This page is overseen by resident expert XXXX, although other contributors may have added content.
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Miscellaneous Links & References

The Shareholder Value Model
This is the reigning model for thinking about the duties of corporations, and for how to reward executives. It was developed and popularized by Milton Freeman, for example, in this article. [link]. It says that executive pay should be "aligned" with shareholder interests by rewarding executives primarily for raising the stock's price. But.... [then briefly summarize Stout's argument, with links to her work]