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    Title: 產業競爭程度對高階主管現金薪酬級距與經營績效之影響
    Other Titles: The impact of industry competitiveness on the association between top executive compensation gap and firm performance
    Authors: 阮淑芬;Juan, Shu-fen
    Contributors: 淡江大學會計學系碩士班
    洪玉舜;Hung, Yu-shun
    Keywords: 產業競爭程度;薪酬級距;公司治理機制;公司績效;Industry Competition;Pay Gap;corporate governance;Firm Performance
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 04:25:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文以產業競爭程度代表不確定性,探討當產業競爭程度愈高時,表徵其外在環境之不確定性亦愈高,出資者為誘發經理人發揮較大的努力,經由提高經理人報償級距與公司績效之連結,有效解決經理人與股東間之代理問題。
    In this paper, competition is used as a proxy for uncertainty, so that the level of industry competition represents the level of uncertainty in a company''s business environment. Investors face a problem of how to motivate the managers who represent their interests. One solution is to increase the level of linkage between firm performance and manager compensation.
    This study covers a period of nine years, from 1997-2005. The sample is all companies traded on the Taiwan Stock Exchange over the study period. The main conclusions are as follows:
    1. Pay and performance: CEO pay is shown to be significantly positively correlated with firm performance; CEO compensation is significantly negatively correlated with average performance in the sector. We conclude that the contribution of CEOs cannot be explained by sector performance, and that CEO compensation is based on measures of firm performance.
    2. Industry competition and pay: CEO pay rises with the level of industry competition. Companies facing high levels of industry competition are willing to pay high levels of industry compensation to managers with the ability to improve firm performance.
    3. Industry Competition and pay gap: In the companies studied, there was a small, non-significant negative correlation between the level of industry competition and the pay gap between the first and second ranks of vice-presidents. This result suggests that there is no significant differentiation among vice-presidents in Taiwanese public companies.
    4. Competition, pay gap, performance: for a given level of industry competition, CEO pay gap is more strongly correlated with sector performance than with firm performance. However, the pay gap between the first and second ranks of vice presidents is more strongly correlated with firm performance than with sector performance.
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