Executive compensation

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5 Steps for Tying Executive Compensation to Sustainability

The final link in the chain of improving corporate accountability for sustainability is to tie improvements to pay. In our last article, we explained that companies should use incentives to motivate executives to tap big strategic opportunities related to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. Now we want to describe how these incentives should be designed. What

Investors Worried About Wealth Inequality Should Focus on Fund Manager Compensation

Since Bill McGlashan, the cofounder of a prominent social and environmental impact investing fund, TPG Rise, was charged in the recent college admissions bribery scandal, people in the impact investing community have faced another fierce round of questions about their relationships with economic inequality, power, and privilege. Joining broader criticism of philanthropy and impact investing from Anand Giridharadas, Rob

Globalization Boosted Income Inequality, Study Says

Globalization's rise in recent decades has widened income inequality in the U.S. while padding executives' pockets, according to a study put out by the National Bureau of Economic Research that directly links globalized commerce with the country's prominent wage gap. Researchers from the University of Colorado–Boulder and Williams College in Massachusetts surveyed executive compensation at