The following speakers have confirmed for the London seminar on the 26th of March:
- Prof. Gordon Clark, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford: ‘Corporate Benefits Policy in an Era of Global Competition.‘
- Prof. Morten Huse, Department of Innovation and Economic Organisation, Norwegian School of Management: ‘Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Any Evidence of Critical Mass?’
- Prof. Paddy Ireland, Kent Law School.
- Dr. Sue Konzelman, Department of Management, Birkbeck College, University of London: ‘Governance, Regulation and Financial Market Instability: The Implications for Policy.‘
- Prof. Sally Wheeler, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast.
We also hope to have a speaker from the TUC rounding the discussion off at the end of the day. We will distribute a timetable and paper titles soon.
Confirmed speakers for the Seminar in Newcastle on the 17th of May are
- Prof. Alice Belcher, Dundee Law School, University of Dundee: ‘How Collective Responsibility could be Built into a Re-Engineered Incorporation.’
- Sir Michael Darrington (recently retired as chief executive of Greggs plc): “Corporate Governance has failed to prevent explosive growth in executive pay – at what cost to society?”
- Prof. Melvin Dubnick, Department of Political Science, University of New Hampshire
- Prof. Julie Froud, Manchester Business School
- Prof. Joanna Gray, Newcastle Law School and Prof. Neill Marshall, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University: ‘The Run on the Rock: the Crisis of the Provincial, Demutualised plc.’
- Prof. Justin O’Brien, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales.