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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Performance pay won’t perform in the classroom

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

22 October 2013

An article by Schools Minister David Laws last week displayed an enthusiasm for performance-related pay (PRP) for teachers which is based more on ideology than evidence. I’m sure Mr Laws genuinely believes these proposals will command wide public support among those who bemoan educational standards or who think that teachers have been protected from the pressures of what he likes to call ‘the real world’

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Perverse Consequences of the EU Bonus ‘Cap’?

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

26 September 2013

Professor Stephen Bevan responds to the news yesterday that the Treasury is challenging an EU proposal to cap bonuses in the City.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Coalition Government sets cap on ‘excessive’ incomes

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

24 January 2012

You could be forgiven for being unfamiliar with Section 953(b) of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. In fact, if you are familiar with it, you really should get out more.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Can we keep a lid on executive pay?

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

09 January 2012

It’s the start of the bonus season. This week, US banks will start to announce the bonuses some of their top executives will be enjoying, closely followed in the coming days by their UK counterparts.

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Professor Stephen  Bevan

Just desserts?

Posted By Professor Stephen Bevan

18 May 2011

The interim report of the High Pay Commission, published on Monday, focuses attention – yet again – on the fundamental issue of fairness in modern workplaces.

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