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CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP REPORTING AND MANAGERS PAY: A STUDY OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT AND BOARD INFLUENCE

Yusuf Mohammed Nulla

DOI: 10.22495/cbv11i3art3

Abstract

This research study explores the determinants of the executive compensation from a social, sustainability, governance, and financial perspectives. The quantitative research method is used for this research study. This research finds that there is a significant positive correlation between executive compensation, social and environmental performance, corporate governance, employee participation, and market and financial performance. However, it also finds that there is a weak negative correlation between executive compensation and sustainability costs. The negative correlation between social performance and sustainability costs. The negative correlation between sustainability costs and corporate governance. The positive correlation between social performance, corporate governance, and stock price.

Key words: Managers Pay, Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Corporate Board, Environmental Reporting, Board Power, Financial Performance

How to cite this paper: Nulla, Y. M. (2015). Corporate citizenship reporting and managers pay: A study of senior management and board influence. Corporate Board: role, duties and composition, 11(3), 25-36. http://doi.org/10.22495/cbv11i3art3

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