Keeping nonprofit CEOs out of the room when boards decide what to pay them yields good results

Keeping nonprofit chief executive officers out of meetings when members of their boards discuss or vote on compensation can lead to these CEOs making less money and working harder.

In this story shared July 27, 2021, on The Conversation:

We zeroed in on 1,698 nonprofits located in New York to see if their CEO pay changed after new regulations took effect in 2013. Since then, New York has prohibited nonprofit officers from being present at meetings where their pay is being discussed.


Ilona Babenka, associate professor of finance




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