Executive Compensation in the Nonprofit Sector


Executive Compensation in the Nonprofit Sector

New Findings and Policy Implications
December 10, 2001


The strong economy and tight labor market of recent years have spurred hefty increases in executive compensation in corporate and nonprofit America. Yet, the growth of salaries and benefits for nonprofit officers has been significantly more controversial than increasing executive compensation in the corporate sector. Even government regulators have taken notice, as evidenced by the temporary regulations recently passed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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