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 ME  Vol.6 No.10 , October 2015
Study of Evaluation Methods of SOEs Manager’s Performance for Inhibiting Corruption
Abstract: Nowadays, state-owned enterprises in China have been troubled by executives corruption. The one of reasons is inappropriate design of the evaluation methods of SOEs manager’s performance, which is the basis of executives compensation program. Then, we explore evaluation methods of SOEs manager’s performance, and try to come up with some advises to prevent corruption.
Cite this paper: Xia, J. (2015) Study of Evaluation Methods of SOEs Manager’s Performance for Inhibiting Corruption. Modern Economy, 6, 1051-1055. doi: 10.4236/me.2015.610101.
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