Seok-Young Lee

Sungshin Women's University

Assistant Professor

249-1 Dong-Dong 3-Ka Sungbuk-Ku

Department of Business Administration

Seoul 136-742

KOREA

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

An Empirical Analysis of Continuing Improvements Following the Implementation of a Performance-Based Compensation Plan

Number of pages: 45 Posted: 06 Jan 2000
Temple University - Department of Accounting, Sungshin Women's University, Cornell University - School of Hotel Administration and University of Pittsburgh - Katz Graduate School of Business
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Salesforce compensation; Pay-for-performance; Self-selection; Incentive plans; Moral hazard; Productivity improvement

An Empirical Analysis of Continuing Improvements Following the Implementation of a Performance-Based Compensation Plan

Posted: 24 May 2001
Temple University - Department of Accounting, Sungshin Women's University, Cornell University - School of Hotel Administration and University of Pittsburgh - Katz Graduate School of Business

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Salesforce compensation; Pay-for-performance; Self selection; Incentive plans; Moral hazard; Productivity improvement

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Conflict between Supervisory Monitoring and Monetary Incentives

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 15 Aug 2018 Last Revised: 22 Dec 2021
Rajiv D. Banker, Shunlan Fang and Seok-Young Lee
Temple University - Department of Accounting, Kent State University and Sungshin Women's University
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Incentive plans; Monitoring; Interaction between control mechanisms; Salesforce performance; Field experiment

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An Empirical Examination of the Impacts from Termination of a Performance-Based Incentive Plan

Posted: 03 Jan 2005
University of Pittsburgh - Katz Graduate School of Business, Temple University - Department of Accounting, Sungshin Women's University and Cornell University - School of Hotel Administration

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pay for performance, agency theory, termination of incentive plan, selection effects

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A Field Study of the Impact of a Performance-Based Incentive Plan

Posted: 15 May 1995
Rajiv D. Banker, Seok-Young Lee and Gordon Potter
Temple University - Department of Accounting, Sungshin Women's University and Cornell University - School of Hotel Administration

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