Wilkie Collins was an English writer best known for writing mystery novels. Collins was also a good friend of Charles Dickens and often collaborated with him on plays and short stories. Some of Collins' classics include The Moonstone, Armadale, and No Name, but this was also one of his acclaimed works.
This volume examines how those at the top in public life are rewarded. Contributors look at contemporary experience in Europe and the United States and examine: How much public officials are paid in different countries; who decides their reward and how they decide; how reward structures interact with career patterns; and how variations are to be explained.<P><B></B></P><B> </B><P><B>Rewards at the Top </B>provides a thorough and comprehensive analysis of this important topic and makes fascinating reading.</P>
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