|Genevieve Helleringer is a law professor at ESSEC Business School and a fellow of St Catherine's College, Oxford. Her academic research focuses on corporate and financial law, contract and alternative dispute resolution, and draws on insights from comparative law, economics, sociology and psychology.|
She has written, edited, or contributed to numerous books and articles published in international law journals including:
• ‘Corporate Opportunities in the US and in the UK: How differences in enforcement explain differences in substantive fiduciary duties’ (with M Gelter) in A Gold (ed), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Duties (E Elgar Publishing, forthcoming in 2018)
• ‘Sharing, Ranking, Matching, and Pricing: A Socio-Psychological Approach to Financial Regulators’ (with G Castellano) in E Avgouleas & D C Donald (eds.), Financial Regulation: Political, Economic and Theoretical Foundations (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018)
• ‘A Behavioural Perspective on Consumer Finance’ in H Micklitz, A-L Sibony, F Esposito (eds), Handbook of Research in European Consumer Law (E Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2018)
• ‘Opportuny Makes the Thief. Corporate Opportunities vs. Private Profits in Comparative Perspective (US, UK, Germany and France)’, (with M Gelter) Berkley Business Law Review (forthcoming 2017)
• ‘Shedding Light on EU Financial Regulators’ (with G. Castellano) 40 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 1 (2017) 69 121
• ‘Do Lift Not the Corporate Veil. To Whom Directors Really Own Their Duties’ (with M Gelter),
• Illinois Law Review, (2015), issue 3, 1069-118
• ‘Operating International Law in a Global Context’ (with JS Bergé) The Australian International Law Journal (2014), 1-18
• ‘Constituency Directors and Corporate Fiduciary Duties’ in A Gold (ed.), Philosophical Foundation of Fiduciary Duties (with M Gelter) (Oxford University Press, 2014) 302-320
• ‘The role of the European Central Bank in Preventing Banks’ Failures’ (Le rôle de la BCE dans la prévention des défaillances des établissements de crédit) (with P Allard),
• International Journal of Financial Services, 1 (2014) 61-66
• ‘Conflicts of Interest in Global Companies (Les conflits d'intérêts au sein de l'entreprise multinationale)’ 56 Archives de philosophie du droit (2013)131-151
• ‘Conflict of Interests in the Corporation: New Issues in the Old World (Les dirigeants à l’épreuve des opportunités d’affaires)’ Recueil Dalloz (2012)1560-1566
Geneviève is an executive editor of the Journal of Financial Regulation (Oxford University Press).
Before completing her doctoral work, Genevieve worked for Shiseido in Japan, and practised corporate law at Willkie Farr & Gallagher in New York and later at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Paris (2000-2006). Her work was mainly in the field of corporate, private equity and capital markets, advising on investment funds for mergers and acquisitions and leveraged buy-outs.
Genevieve holds a JD from Columbia University, an MSc in legal sociology from Paris II Panthéon Assas University,as well as an MSc and a doctorate in private law from the Sorbonne University. She also completed a MSc at Oxford University in experimental psychology.
Corporate and financial law, contract and alternative dispute resolution.