A comparison of the association between corporate social responsibility and executive compensation: United States versus Canada
Accounting and Finance
With today's technology, real estate professionals can easily use Monte Carlo simulation as a tool to quantify the inherent uncertainties surrounding many of the estimates used to model long-term real estate investment decisions. How current software can formally model and analyze many of the risks involved with long-term investment decisions is demonstrated step-by-step. Three discounted cash flow models are developed to value the future cash flows associated with income-producing property: a deterministic model, sensitivity analysis and a probabilistic model. The success of any decision model depends on the reliability of the underlying inputs.
Thorne, L., Mahoney, L. S., & Bobek, D. (2010). A comparison of the association between corporate social responsibility and executive compensation: United States versus Canada. In C. Jeffrey (Ed.), Research on professional responsibility and ethics in accounting (Vol. 14, pp. 37–56). Bingley, U.K: Emerald. doi:10.1108/S1574-0765%282010%290000014006