The proposed paper revolves around a research problem that has become one of the most important topics in management literature: pay gap between executives and average workers. The significance of this research problem is evident by the abundance of literature available on various questions arising from it. The proposed paper focuses on studying signs of due change required in the pay gap of the two working classes.
The proposed paper is to be divided in 5 main sections, including Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Findings & Discussions, and Conclusions & Recommendations. Each of these sections is briefly introduced below.
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These conclusions will simply provide brief answers to the question whether the hypotheses of the study were right or not. Recommendations will be made for future research and on the research problem.
The following literary references will greatly help me in completing my paper:
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Dew-Becker, I. (2009). How Much Sunlight Does it Take to Disinfect a Boardroom? A Short History of Executive Compensation Regulation in America. CESifo Economic Studies. 55 (3/4), pp. 434-457.
Faulkener, M., Kadyrzhanova, D., Prabhala, N. and Senbet, L. (2010). Executive Compensation: An Overview of Research on Corporate Practices and Proposed Reforms. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance. 22 (1), pp. 107-118.
Hirschler, B. and Barber, S. (2011). Insight: CEOs Warned: Mind the Pay Gap. Reuters. Issued on 08-04-2011. Accessed from:...