About the Authors
directs the Global Economy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies. Sheco-authored the 19 previous IPS annual reports on executive compensation.
,an Institute for Policy Studies associate fellow, began his work on excessiveexecutive pay in the mid-1990s when he crafted the first shareholder proposals on executivepay while working as a social investment portfolio manager. He is a CFA charterholder.
an IPS associate fellow, is the author of
The Rich Don’t Always
Win: The triumph over plutocracy that created the American middle class
(Seven Stories Press). He also edits
, the IPS online weekly on excess and inequality, and writes a weekly column distributednationally by the Institute's OtherWords editorial service.
Javier Rojo, IPS New Mexico Fellow; Anthony Bucci III, intern; and Emily Rose Swift, intern.
Advisors: John Cavanagh
, IPS Director
, an Institute for Policy Studies senior scholar, directs the IPS Program onInequality and the Common Good.
We are indebted to Charlie Cray, Research Specialist at Greenpeace,and Vineeta Anand, Chief Research Analyst in the AFL-
Office of Investment, forproviding valuable comments on drafts of this report. We also wish to thank Emily SchwartzGreco, Managing Editor of the IPS editorial service OtherWords, for careful proofreading.
Bethany Wong (infographics) and Emily Norton (cover).
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