Posted: September 17th, 2017
Topic I: Literature Review
Address the following question making reference to both theory and examples.
‘Critically discuss if the level of executive pay reflects rent seeking by managers’
Within your discussion please make reference to reading indicated in the lecture slides, contained in the additional reading folder on the Blackboard website and from your own research.
The information for this assessment can come from a range of sources including appropriately referenced academic papers, regulatory sources and the wider media.
The format of your answer must include an introduction, a conclusion and references. The report will be judged on the following criteria: a) Argument, understanding and analysis (e.g. addressing the task with relevant knowledge, understanding and insight; coherent, cogent and structured progression of argument); b) Sources and evidence (e.g. breadth and depth of reading; proper citation; use of primary and secondary data; appropriate use of qualitative/quantitative methods); and c) Written communication (e.g. layout, headings; spelling, grammar; paragraphing (overlong/too short); repetition; references).
You must ensure careful citation of all journal articles and electronic sources of information, and include a list of references. Please make sure that the references are cited and listed in Harvard style.
Aims and Objectives: This assignment gives you the opportunity to demonstrate awareness of current research issues within corporate governance.
Word limit: 3,000 words (A4 paper, Times New Roman 12 point, 1.5 line spacing).
This limit includes any footnotes, but excludes the contents page, appendices and references. Please state the word count on the cover page of your work.
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