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Thomas Noe

Professor of Management, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK

Thomas Noe is Ernest Butten professor of management studies at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and an expert on corporate finance and corporate governance. His work has influenced the way companies are financed through the issuance of securities, contributed to the way we analyze systemic risk for firms, and provoked a reevaluation of the way senior managers are compensated. Since the turn of the century he has been one of the 20 most prolific researchers to have their work published in leading finance journals, and over the course of his career he has been a visiting lecturer at academic and research institutions on five continents.

Articles by this Author

  • Executive Pay Structures in Financial Services: The Limitations of the “Tournament” Approach
    by Thomas Noe
    There is obviously a long-running controversy over how bankers are rewarded, but this controversy blurs the distinction between bankers and traders in banks—with the latter being the more obvious candidates for performance-related pay. What is your view of appropriate compensation structures in the financial services sector?It is useful to understand the background to some of the concepts involved, such as performance-related pay, piecework, and...

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