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The words "CEO compensation" in today's post-Enron age are likely to inspire pay rage. The top 20 highest paid executives in U.S. public companies made an average of $36.2 million in 2006, essentially triple that of their European counterparts. Most people are aware that CEO salaries have increased steadily since 1980, in line with the companies they manage. While the correlation between growing firms matched by growing salaries seems obvious on the surface, there is little research on the internal and external influences that play a role in executive compensation.
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