Perhaps Executive Compensation Levels Have Less to Do With Markets and More to Do With Clubs

Economics PhD candidate Owen Zidar writes about research by Kelly Shue, U Chicago business school, suggesting perhaps the huge pay being raked in by our top executives – those risk-taking job creators, you know – has less to do with performance than it does with peer connections.

Later,

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