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2003 | z. 38 | 156--175
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Wynagrodzenie menedżerskie jako mechanizm nadzoru korporacyjnego

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Management's Remuneration as a Mechanism of Corporative Supervision
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Artykuł dotyczy wykorzystywania poziomu i struktury wynagrodzenia w procesie motywowania kadry zarządzającej. Punkt wyjścia rozważań stanowi teoria agencji. Teoria ta wciąż pozostaje najczęściej wykorzystywaną perspektywą teoretyczną w badaniach nad motywacyjną funkcją wynagrodzeń. Rośnie świadomość niedoskonałości stosowania jednego podejścia i w efekcie obserwuje się integrację istniejących teorii oraz uwzględnianie w analizie czynników socjo-politycznych, instytucjonalnych, demograficznych, ekonomicznych oraz zasobów ludzkich.
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The article is devoted to use of level and structure of remuneration in process of manager's motivation. Starting point is agency theory. This theory the most frequently using theoretical perspective in research. (M.P.)
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