Annual Member Meeting

Video

Presentation

“There is only one law in shipping: there is no law in shipping” Sami Ofer (shipping magnate)

October 19 2018

"How good is bad corporate governance"

Empirical studies of the impact or determinants of corporate governance usually work with quantitative measures of the 'quality' of corporate governance, often condensed into one-dimensional quality measures. This is problematic because the quality and the impact of corporate governance is complex and should be measured along several dimensions. In this lecture, Professor von Thadden will discuss some of them and show how their explicit recognition can improve the empirical understanding and political assessment of good corporate governance.

October 19 2018

Following the lecture, ECGI awarded two research prizes for the best papers in the Finance and Law Working Paper Series’ from the previous year.

October 19 2018

Following the lecture, ECGI awarded two research prizes for the best papers in the Finance and Law Working Paper Series’ from the previous year.

October 19 2018

The annual lecture, which was attended by ECGI members together with interested members of the public, was delivered by Professor Francesca Cornelli, Professor of Finance and Director of Private Equity, London Business School. Professor Cornelli’s lecture, entitled “Are CEO’s Fired for Bad Luck?”, debated the accountability of senior corporate management and whether they always deserve the consequences of unfortunate events that may lead to their demise.

October 19 2018

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