Book Launch: The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law and Governance

Book Launch: The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law and Governance

  • 11 May 2018
  • Said Business School, Oxford

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The launch conference of the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Law and Governance, edited by Jeffrey N. Gordon and Wolf-Georg Ringe and published by Oxford University Press, was held in Oxford on Friday May 11, 2018. Speakers included Ronald J. Gilson (Columbia/Stanford), Mark Roe (Harvard), Colin Mayer (Oxford), and Simon Deakin (Cambridge).

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For further information on the Handbook, please see https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford-handbook-of-corporate-law-and-governance-9780198743682

Organisers

Jeffrey N. Gordon (Columbia Law School and ECGI)

Wolf-Georg Ringe (University of Hamburg, University of Oxford)

Information

Address:
Said Business School, Oxford, UK
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Friday 11 May

10:50

Coffee Break

12:10
- 13:00

Loyalty shares – a Coasian bargain? Evidence from the Loi Florange Experiment

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13:00

Lunch Break

16:30

Reception

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Welcome

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09:00h

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From Corporate Law to Corporate Governance

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09:10h
- 10:00h

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The Future of the Corporation

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10:00h
- 10:50h

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Corporate Short-Termism

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11:20h
- 12:10h

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Loyalty shares – a Coasian bargain? Evidence from the Loi Florange Experiment

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12:10h
- 13:00h

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Fellow Research Member Institutional Member Board Member

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Corporate Social Responsibility

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14:00h
- 14:50h

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Panel Discussions

Panel debate: Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Law - Globalisation, cross-border integration (EU) & disintegration (Brexit) -