The Role of Intermediaries in Corporate Governance: Empirical Evidence and Policy Challenges
LAMB will hold a corporate governance conference on October 25, 2012 on “The Role of Intermediaries in Corporate Governance: Empirical Evidence and Policy Challenges.” This timely conference will bring together leading scholars in law and related fields to present empirical evidence on the role of institutional investors and other intermediaries in corporate governance and discuss key normative and prescriptive legal policy issues concerning this role.
Conference speakers include:
- LAMB Faculty Fellow K.J. Martijn Cremers, Professor of Finance, University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business
- Jill E. Fisch, Perry Golkin Professor of Law and Co-Director, Institute for Law and Economics, University of Pennsylvania Law School
- Tamar Frankel, Professor of Law and Michaels Faculty Research Scholar, Boston University School of Law
- Siona Listokin-Smith, Assistant Professor, George Mason University School of Public Policy, and Research Scholar, Yale Law School
- Paul Rose, Associate Professor of Law, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
- Randall Thomas, John S. Beasley II Professor of Law and Business, Vanderbilt Law School, and Professor of Management, Vanderbilt University Owen School of Management
- LAMB Director Avishalom Tor.
The conference will conclude with a lunch keynote speech by Bernard S. Black, Nicholas D. Chabraja Professor, Northwestern University School of Law and Kellogg School of Management.
Video recordings of both conference sessions and the lunch keynote are now available online here: