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The experimental evidence in this collection of papers is sufficient for organizations to take action—at least with respect to investigating or testing alternative pay schemes. Some organizations have already implemented a number of these procedures. The failure of an organization’s directors to follow evidence-based procedures for executive pay might be used as a basis for legal action by shareholders when results are detrimental to a firm.
Originally published in Interfaces © 2013 INFORMS
This is a pre-publication version. The final version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/inte.2013.0710
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Armstrong, J. S., & Jacquart, P. (2013). The Ombudsman: Is the Evidence Sufficient to Take Action on Executive Pay? Reply to Commentators. Interfaces, 43 (6), 602-604. http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/inte.2013.0710
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