Size, Growth, Profits, and Executive Compensation in the Large Corporation: A Study of the 500 Largest United Kingdom and United States Industrial Corporations

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Contents
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List of Tables viii
Preface xi
1. Introduction 1
2. Alternative Measures of Firm Size: Some Theoretical Considerations 3
1. Introduction 3
2.
Conditions under which empirical results are independent of the measure of firm size 4
3.
Alternative measures of firm size 7
3. Alternative Measures of Firm Size: Empirical Evidence 10
1. Introduction: the data 10
2. Definitions of the United Kingdom and the United States firm-size measures 10
3.
Statistical considerations 11
4.
Empirical evidence for the United Kingdom14
5.
Empirical evidence for the United States19
6.
Some implications of the results for previous empirical studies 25
7.
Conclusions 27
4. Size and Growth of Firms 28
1. Introduction 28
2.
Conditions under which conclusions concerning growth rates are independent of the measure of firm size 29
3.
Linear and non-linear relationships between alternative firm-size measures: empirical evidence for the United Kingdom and the United States31
4.
Size and growth of firms: empirical evidence for the United States33
5.
Size and growth of firms: empirical evidence for the United Kingdom35
6.
Conclusions 37

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