Emmanuel Lokin
Utrecht University
ShareholderAccountingBusinessExecutive compensationStatutory lawCommon lawMarket failureStakeholderCorporate lawValue (ethics)LegislationRemunerationFinancial crisisObligationInstitutionPublic administrationCorporate governanceTransparency (graphic)Sustainability
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This paper addresses the question how the Dutch regulatory and institutional setting enables policy coherence, specifically with regard to safeguarding stakeholders interests and promoting sustainable governance. To address this question, we engage with idiosyncratic theoretical notions in the Dutch corporate governance model. We follow the evolution of these notions in statutory company law and case law, their development in the Dutch Corporate Governance Code, and their relation to the Enterpr...
Developments in executive compensation have resulted in more legislation and regulations on executive pay being introduced over the past two decades than in the previous hundred and fifty years. Ever since the last financial crisis, executive compensation has remained high on the agenda of many authorities. When there are concerns about executive remuneration, legislators first of all try to find the remedy through increasing the level of transparency. Such a transparency measure, currently favo...