Family CEOs May Get Paid Less in the US; New Study Suggests the Opposite is True for India

originally published by SMS Journals Press Releases Few topics in organization studies have received as much attention from scholars as CEO compensation. Two key questions are why some CEOs are paid more than others and to what extent is CEO … Continue reading Family CEOs May Get Paid Less in the US; New Study Suggests the Opposite is True for India

Does Social Entrepreneurship Training Work? – Only if Carefully Designed

by Thomas Åstebro & Florian Hoos Social entrepreneurship is characterized by a deep commitment to a social cause and the desire to develop new business models with economic, social, and ecological impacts. But can people be trained to become better … Continue reading Does Social Entrepreneurship Training Work? – Only if Carefully Designed

Do Owners Pressure for More or Less Corporate Social Performance?

by Kurt Desender and Mircea Epure This year marks the 50th anniversary of Milton Friedman’s influential New York Times piece, which argued that corporations should pursue value maximization while other socially responsible actions can be managed efficiently via explicit political … Continue reading Do Owners Pressure for More or Less Corporate Social Performance?