Director: Professor Christine Mallin
The Centre for Corporate Governance research has a wide portfolio of research in the corporate governance area, both in a UK and an international context. Recent research includes the relationship between boards of directors and institutional investors; trends in voting; directors' remuneration; compliance with corporate governance codes by both large and small companies; corporate governance developments on Central and Eastern Europe; and corporate governance in the Far East. A number of projects have received external funding.
10th International Conference on Corporate Governance: ‘Corporate Governance and Universal Acceptance: Taking Stock of Progress and Indicators of Future Trends’ -25th June 2012
The Centre has the following aims:
To conduct and encourage high quality research in corporate governance;
To engage in interdisciplinary and cross-border research through collaboration with contacts in the UK and overseas;
To consult with professional bodies, corporations and other groups, on corporate governance issues;
To disseminate the research of the Centre as widely as possible through published research, presentations at conferences and seminars.
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