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Articles of interest

Here we share articles, papers and publications which relate to the research of Gorporate Governance at LSE.

News articles

EBay and PayPal: Better off alone
The Economist, 16 July 2015

U.K. bank FX-rigging fine dwarfed by PPI mis-selling bill, 12 November 2014

VTB said to woo global financiers at Sanctions Burlesque, 6 November 2014

Deutsche Bank replaces executives as legal expenses soar, 30 October 2014

Women rise at Fidelity, Santander as gender gap persists, 14 October 2014

Prison prospect makes UK bank boards less appealing, 8 October 2014

Research papers

The rule in Foss v Harbottle is dead; long live the rule in Foss v Harbottle
David Kershaw (LSE)

Between law and markets: is there a role for culture and ethics in financial regulation?
David Kershaw (LSE)

The path of Fiduciary Law
David Kershaw (LSE)

Board of banks
Daniel Ferreira (LSE), Tom Kirchmaier (University of Manchester and FMG, LSE) and Daniel Metzger (Stockholm School of Economics and FMG, LSE)

Shareholder empowerment and bank bailouts
Daniel Ferreira (LSE), David Kershaw (LSE), Tom Kirchmaier (University of Manchester and FMG, LSE) and Edmund-Philipp Schuster (LSE)

Barriers to boardrooms
Renee B Adams (University of New South Wales) and Tom Kirchmaier (University of Manchester and FMG, LSE)

Corporate boards in Europe: size, independence and gender diversity [pdf]
Daniel Ferreira (LSE) and Tom Kirchmaier (University of Manchester and FMG, LSE)

Board diversity: should we trust research to inform policy? [pdf]
A comment piece by Daniel Ferreira (LSE).


Women in finance: a global perspective
Panel discussion with Tom Kirchmaier at Sibos Boston, 2 October 2014.

Women in finance: myths versus research truths
Renee B Adams, 30 September 2014.

Diversity and women in finance
Lieve Mostrey (Eurcolear), Lisa Lansdowne-Higging (RBC), José Placido (BNP), Paribas and Francis Vanbever (SWIFT). Sibos TV interview, 30 September 2014.


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