A leading free-market conservative concludes that CEO compensation practices are flawed.


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Published in Slate April 15, 2009 by Eliot Spitzer

Richard Posner, esteemed federal judge of the 7th Circuit, is one of the most respected and prolific conservative intellectuals…. [He wrote an opinion] saying that the market is arguably incapable of either setting CEO compensation or determining mutual-fund fees.

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