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Executive compensation based on asset values

Byström, Hans LU (2012) In Economics Bulletin 32(2). p.1498-1502
Abstract
This paper describes how credit default swaps could be employed to create performance based

executive compensation portfolios that reflect the value of a firm’s debt as well as equity; i.e. the

total value of all a firm’s assets. We define so-called Asset Value Unit (AVU) compensation

portfolios that work both for executive- and non-executive pay schemes in financial as well as

non-financial firms.
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executive pay, executive compensation, stock, credit default swap
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Economics Bulletin
volume
32
issue
2
pages
1498 - 1502
publisher
Economics Bulletin
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  • Scopus:84873458740
ISSN
1545-2921
language
English
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executive compensation portfolios that reflect the value of a firm’s debt as well as equity; i.e. the<br/><br>
total value of all a firm’s assets. We define so-called Asset Value Unit (AVU) compensation<br/><br>
portfolios that work both for executive- and non-executive pay schemes in financial as well as<br/><br>
non-financial firms.},
  author       = {Byström, Hans},
  issn         = {1545-2921},
  keyword      = {executive pay,executive compensation,stock,credit default swap},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {1498--1502},
  publisher    = {Economics Bulletin},
  series       = {Economics Bulletin},
  title        = {Executive compensation based on asset values},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2012},
}