ECGRF is supporting the Cass Mergers and Acquisitions Conferences at Cass Business School, City University London. The event, which is organised in cooperation with the European Corporate Governance Institute highlights the work that is being done by the newly established research centre at Cass focusing on research into the global M&A industry.read more
ECGRF is supporting the continuing dialogue between the European Corporate Governance Institute and leading academics in Asia. This takes the form of conferences in Tokyo and in Singapore to address issues in relation with Corporate Governance.read more
ECGRF supported the Swedish House of Finance Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance Conference in Stockholm, 9-10 June 2017. This conference examines the many aspects of Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance, including activism, takeovers, competition, and liquidity.read more
With plans announced to create a single market for capital within the European Union by 2019, ECGRF is supporting an important conference which will bring together senior scholars and policymakers with the objective of examining the important questions and identifying the cutting edge insights from existing scholarship in the fields of law, economics, and finance.read more
Research Members play a special role in the governance of ECGI, they are the guardians of its scientific independence and integrity. With the support of ECGRF, 25 new research members have been appointed to the European Corporate Governance Institute in January 2017.read more
ECGRF supported the CSEF – EIEF – SITE Finance & Labour Conference in Capri, 8-9 september 2016. The interaction between financial markets and labour markets affects both the well-being of employees and the performance of companies, and have become the focus of a rapidly growing area of research at the interface between financial and labour economics.
The event, which was organised in cooperation with the CSEF, EIEF and SITE, brought together researchers from financial and labour economics.
The European Corporate Governance Institute has always been an important repository for Corporate Governance material and research. Their working paper series, conference lectures, and directory of codes and principles are important references for anyone with an interest in Corporate Governance.read more
The European Corporate Governance Institute supports an international network of leading academics who contribute independent scientific research on Corporate Governance related matters. These publications are central to the ongoing work of the Institute and through the Foundation, ECGRF underpins this valuable work by supporting the administration and promotion of this important research.read more