Agency

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Prof. Marco Becht (Solvay Brussels School for Economics and Management, Université libre de Bruxelles) discussing Prof. John Coffee's paper on "Activist Directors and Agency Costs: What happens When an Activist Director Goes on the Board?" at the "Corporate Governance And Ownership With Diverse Shareholders" conference at IESE Business School, Barcelona. The full paper and slides from the presentation and discussion can be downloaded here: https://ecgi.global/content/corporate-governance-and-ownership-diverse-s...

17 January 2020

Prof. John Coffee (Columbia Law School) presents his paper on "Activist Directors and Agency Costs: What happens When an Activist Director Goes on the Board?" at the "Corporate Governance And Ownership With Diverse Shareholders" conference at IESE Business School, Barcelona. The full paper and slides from this presentation can be downloaded here: ecgi.global/content/corporate-governance-and-ownership-diverse-shareholders#!event-programme

17 January 2020

Prof. Colin Mayer (Said Business School, University of Oxford) presents his paper on "Evolution of ownership: Its impact on corporate governance" at the "Corporate Governance And Ownership With Diverse Shareholders" conference at IESE Business School, Barcelona. Discussion of the paper is then presented by Prof. Charlotte Ostergaard (BI Norwegian Business School). The full paper and slides from this presentation can be downloaded here: ecgi.global/content/corporate-governance-and-ownership-diverse-shareholders#!event-programme

17 January 2020

Presentation

An extensive literature has debated the accountability of administrative agencies, and in particular, their relationship to Congress. A well-established strand in the literature emphasizes that Congress retains control over agencies by their design, and in particular, the structure and process by which agency decisionmaking is undertaken.

July 14 2020

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