Executive Compensation and Firm Performance in Egypt Research Proposal by Nicky

Executive Compensation and Firm Performance in Egypt
A research proposal to explore the relationship between increased executive compensation and incentive plans and organizational performance in Egypt.
# 150205 | 1,522 words | 45 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published on Jan 29, 2012 in Business (Management) , Middle Eastern Studies (General)


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Description:

The paper presents a research proposal to identify current chief executive officer compensation plans among Egypt's privatized industries and the impact these plans have had on the respective firm's performance. The paper outlines the research questions, the methodology and the ethical considerations involved.

Outline:
Introduction
Literature Review
Research Objective
Research Importance
Research Methodology
Ethical Consideration

From the Paper:

"The term "corporate governance" refers to a process whereby the interests of all of the stakeholders involved in a corporation are taken into account in its management. In this regard, corporate governance is defined by Fort and Schipani (2003) as "a top management process that, when operating correctly, should manage value creation and value transference among various corporate claimants in a way that ensures accountability toward those claimants" (377). In the case of privatized national enterprises, the stakeholders involved can even include an entire country's population. For instance, Fort and Schipani add that, "Claimants can be broadly defined to include all of those with a stake in corporate operations, including shareholders, customers, employees, suppliers, creditors, and the local community" (377).
"The definition of corporate governance provided above therefore includes elements of efficiency as well as fairness. Although effective corporate governance provides transparency in operations and a goal of providing value creation for all of the stakeholders involved, it can also contribute to a nation's economic growth in other ways, including a reduction of regional violence (Fort & Schipani 2003). As a result, effective corporate governance can contribute to a peaceful society during periods of political turmoil and changes in the balances of power (Mayer 2002)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Beer, M. & Katz, N. 2003. "Do Incentives Work? the Perceptions of a Worldwide Sample of Senior Executives." Human Resource Planning, 26(3): 30-31.
  • Dennis, C., & Harris, L. 2002. Marketing the e-Business. London: Routledge.
  • Egypt. 2009. U.S. government: CIA World Factbook. [Online]. Available: https://www.cia.gov/ library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/eg.html.
  • Fort, T. L. & Schipani, C. A. (2003. "Adapting Corporate Governance for Sustainable Peace." Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 36(2): 377-378.
  • Fraenkel, J. R. & Wallen, N. E. 2001. Educational Research: A Guide to the Process. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Cite this Research Proposal:

APA Format

Executive Compensation and Firm Performance in Egypt (2012, January 29) Retrieved October 15, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/executive-compensation-and-firm-performance-in-egypt-150205/

MLA Format

"Executive Compensation and Firm Performance in Egypt" 29 January 2012. Web. 15 October. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/research-proposal/executive-compensation-and-firm-performance-in-egypt-150205/>

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