A chapter from a long study (by Esa Mäkeläinen). Please click the corresponding chapter number (3.2.) from the table of contents after you have chosen this link.
The long-run Performance of Firms Adopting Compensation Plans Based on Economic Profit.
A paper that examines the long-run performance of firms adopting EVA-like plans. Written by Cris Hogan and Craig Lewis. Professors from Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University.
A paper that tests the correlation between EVA and shareprices and the effectiveness of EVA based compensation plans. Written by following professors: GARY C. BIDDLE, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology; ROBERT M. BOWEN University of Washington; JAMES S. WALLACE University of California, Irvine
A chapter from a long study (by Esa Mäkeläinen). Please click the corresponding chapter number (2.2.3.) from the table of contents after you have chosen this link.
Eli Lilly Is Making Shareholders Rich. How? By linking pay to EVA.
Eli Lilly, maker of Prozac, is among a pioneering group of companies that are tying pay to EVA goals. FORTUNE's Justin Martin spoke with Randall Tobias, the pharmaceutical giant's CEO, to learn how such a system is paying off for the company.