The Economics of Firm Culture (24 October, Barcelona)
Why should firms care about corporate culture? Can they simply rely on corporate governance and incentives to ensure that management and employees maximize the objective of the company? When is culture a better way to shape behavior? When are incentives more effective?
In this lecture, Professor Sapienza will provide a unifying framework to understand the role corporate culture plays in shaping behavior within firms. The lecture will also review the empirical evidence on corporate culture and direction for future work.
The Economics of Firm Culture
The event will take place at IESE Business School | Barcelona on 24 October
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The 2019 ECGI Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Paola Sapienza, Donald C. Clark/HSBC Chair in Consumer Finance Professor at the Kellogg School of Management. Prof. Sapienza is an ECGI Research Member and a Trustee of the European Corporate Governance Research Foundation (ECGRF). She also serves as a faculty research fellow in the National Bureau of Economic Research's program on corporate finance and political economy.
Prof. Sapienza's areas of expertise include banking and financial institutions, behavioral economics, behavioral finance, corporate finance, emerging markets and regulation of financial markets, private equity and venture capital.
She has been featured in the Thompson Reuter's list of most influential scientific minds in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Click here to read full her biography.
|This year, the ECGI Annual Members' Meeting will precede the 2019 IESE - ECGI Conference which will take place on 25-26 October, which is already fully subscribed (a waitlist now applies).|
Open to the public (24 October):
ECGI Annual Lecture
ECGI Members only:
ECGI General Assembly Meeting (24 October)
Members Dinner (24 October)
IESE - ECGI Conference (25-26 October) - waitlist only
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