The Global Corporate Governance Colloquia (GCGC) is a global initiative to bring together the best research in law, economics, and finance relating to corporate governance at a yearly conference held at 12 leading universities in the Americas, Asia and Europe. The 12 hosting institutions are:
Columbia University, Harvard University, Imperial College London, Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE/DFG LawFin Center, Goethe University Frankfurt (Germany), National University of Singapore, Peking University, Seoul National University, Stanford University, Swedish House of Finance, University of Oxford, University of Tokyo, and Yale University.
The aim of the conference series is to attract current research papers of the highest scholarly quality in the field of corporate governance. The conferences are primarily ‘academic to academic’ events with some participants from industry and the public sector including the practitioner partners of GCGC and other invited panelists. The current practitioner partners are Zurich Insurance Group and Japan Exchange Group (JPX).
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This event is organised by the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)
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Papers & Presentations:
Retail Shareholder Participation in the Proxy Process: Monitoring, Engagement, and Voting Alon Brav
Which Firms Require More Governance? Evidence from Mutual Funds’ Revealed Preferences Irene Yi
The Corporate Governance Machine Elizabeth Pollman
LBO Financing Samuel Lee
As California goes, so goes the nation? Board gender quotas and the legislation of non-economic values Markus Schmid
Investing in influence: Investors, portfolio firms, and political giving Eyub Yegen
Tunneling Through Group Trademarks Woochan Kim
The Sustainability Wage Gap Philipp Krueger
Underperformance in Family Successions: The Role of Outside Work Experience Charlotte Ostergaard
For Whom Corporate Leaders Bargain Lucian Bebchuk
The Voting Premium Nadya Malenko
Systematic Stewardship Jeffrey Gordon
Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law, Stanford Law School