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Scheller Lunchtime Live: From CEOs to Football Coaches: Is Executive Pay Tied to Performance? Featuring Jacqueline Garner

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Friday, May 14

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Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business


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Executive compensation is an area of increasing scrutiny, whether it’s pay for CEOs or college football coaches. Senior Lecturer Jacqueline Garner looks at how top executives in the boardroom and on the football field are compensated and asks - “Is this too much or just enough?”

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Scheller Lunchtime Live is a livestream series hosted by the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business featuring faculty, student, and alumni speakers discussing relevant topics for the tech-driven, digital age.

Executive compensation is an area of increasing scrutiny, whether it’s pay for CEOs or college football coaches. In this episode of Scheller Lunchtime Live, Senior Lecturer in Finance, Jacqueline Garner looks at how top executives in the boardroom and on the football field are compensated and asks - “Is this too much or just enough?”

Just hit "Attend event" on the LinkedIn event and refresh this page or visit the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business page on Friday, May 14 at 12:00 p.m. ET to access the session. Please note, you must have a LinkedIn profile in order to register and view the livestream.

Jacqueline Garner About Jacqueline Garner

Jacqueline Garner received her PhD from Georgia State University in 1998. Prior to that, she received her MBA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She held various financial analyst positions prior to her doctoral work.

During graduate school, Dr. Garner worked as a financial economist at The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.  After receiving her PhD, she joined the staff of The University of Rhode Island. She has held teaching appointments at The University of Delaware and Georgia State University. In 2007 she taught at Korea University in Seoul, Korea. From 2002 to 2012, she was at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, and received tenure in 2007. Her most recent appointment was at Mississippi State University, from 2012 to 2016. She served as the Edie and Nutie Dowdle Professor of Finance.

She has published in numerous academic journals such as The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Business, Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Financial Management, among others. From 1999 to 2007, she regularly contributed to The Wall Street Journal Finance Educators™ Review. Her research focuses on corporate finance; more specifically she studies issues related to initial public offerings, corporate governance, and investment bank compensation.  In April of 2014, she was awarded the College of Business Research Award at Mississippi State University.

Dr. Garner has won several teaching awards. On two occasions, the Lead MBA class at Drexel University voted her Favorite Professor, and she was a fellow in The LeBow College of Business (Drexel University) Center for Teaching Excellence. In 2010, she won the prestigious Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award, a Drexel University-wide award for excellence in teaching. In April of 2014, she was awarded the Mississippi State University College of Business Research Award and was also voted “Favorite Finance Professor” by the students.

She has served on the board of Southern Finance Association and served as the vice president, Financial Education for Financial Management Association as well as the president and vice president of Program for Eastern Finance Association. She is currently a trustee for Eastern Finance Association. She serves as the executive editor of FMA-Online and is the associate editor (or serves on the Editorial Board) for five journals: Financial Review, International Review of Financial Analysis, Journal of Undergraduate Research in Finance, Journal of Applied Finance, and Journal of Risk Finance.