Unit 33 Research Report Executive Remuneration BTEC HND in Business Module Level 4
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Course Code: AYB311
Course Title: Unit 33 Research Report: Executive Remuneration BTEC HND in Business Module Level 4
University: University Of Melbourne
Knowledge and Technolo
gical Skills (KS)
1.1 Demonstrate and apply integrated discipline (including technical) knowledge across the broad field of business with depth in one or more core business disciplines
Higher Order Thinking (HO)
2.2 Exercise independent judgment and initiative in adapting and applying knowledge and skills for effective planning, problem solving and decis ion making in diverse contexts.
Be professional communicators in an intercultural context (PC)
3.1 Use information literacy skills, and communicate effectively and professionally in written forms and using media appropriate fo r diverse purposes and contexts
Research Paper Background Information
Executive compensation has been a target for criticism by stakeholders and academics since the global financial crisis. CEO compensation packages aim to address the principle-agent problems. In theory, well-designed compensation packages are often served as a means of aligning managers’ incentives with shareholders’ wealth. For many years, academics, policymakers, and the media have drawn attention to the high levels of pay awarded to Australian chief executive officers (CEOs), questioning whether they are aligned with shareholder interests.
This project is the form of an individual coursework report based on the same case study albeit with a different focus on event analysis and trade. The purpose is to develop relevant Excel templates to conduct event studies to test market efficiency. Based on the result of event studies, trading strategies and instruments are to be applied to exploit price efficiency/inefficiency during the process of acquisition to arrive at appropriate conclusion and recommendation for the deal.
What is your business idea? Clearly state with justification the business, the sector, location, how the business is going to operate (e.g. online, high street, both). Also, briefly state the reasons you think the business is a good idea, how it is going to meet the needs of its customers in a new and innovative way that is not already met by existing businesses. Include a table that identifies some of your key competitors, explaining why you consider them competition....ReadMore
What is the setting for your project?
What are the aims of your project?
0What is your project about?
What is your project about?
An overview of the subject, issue or theory under consideration
Critically review current theoretical and empirical research, e.g. compare and contrast ideas and information in relation to your research topic. Consult a wide range of relevant literature
Show how the research you discussed is relevant to your research...ReadMore