Comparative Corporate Governance

Comparative Corporate Governance

Professor Mark Roe
Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 seminar
F 1:00pm - 3:00pm; F 1:00pm - 3:00pm in WCC Room 3015
2 classroom credits

Note: The first meeting of this course will take place on Friday, September 7th in WCC 5048.

Prerequisite: Enrollment is by permission of the instructor.

Exam Type: No Exam

In this seminar we will investigate topics in corporate governance, often from a comparative perspective, using concepts from general corporate analysis and often with a legal policy perspective. The topics that we will examine are likely to include the legal foundations for large public firms, the reasons for differing corporate structures around the world, private equity, hedge fund activism, the modern short-termism controversy, and the differing goals around the world for corporate governance and corporate law.

This seminar is given in association with the LLM corporate governance concentration, although enrollment is not necessarily limited to those students. The seminar will meet 12 times throughout the academic year.

Note: The credit breadown is as follows: two total credits with one credit awarded per term.

Subject Areas: Business Organization, Commercial Law, and Finance, International, Comparative & Foreign Law