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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 Maitland

1A. Lee Roach ( Portsmouth)
       "The UK Stewardship Code: Preaching to the Choir?"
1B. Colin Mackie (Aberdeen )
       "From privilege to right: Themes in the emergence of limited liability"
1C. Lang Thai (Deakin University)
        "The push for (more) active shareholder participation and accountability"

Session 2: September 7th 13.45 - 15.15 Maitland

2A. Deirdre Ahern (Trinity College Dublin)
       "Directors' duties in plain sight: The accessibility agenda delivered?"
2B. Stephen Griffin  (Wolverhampton)
       "The potential liability of a director of a corporate director - Issues relevant to establishing the characteristics  of a de facto or shadow director"
2C. Wan Wai Yee (Singapore Management University)
       " Reconsidering the Directors' Duty of Recommendation in Takeovers"

Session 3 September 8th 09.30 - 11.00 Maitland

3A. Iris H-Y Chiu (University College London)
      "The impact of the regulatory treatment of corporate governance as part of wider prudential regulation in financial institutions"
3B. Dionysia Katelouzou ( Cambridge)
   'Shareholder Protection and Hedge Fund Activism: An Empirical Analysis Across 25 Countries'       
3C. Wangwei Lin ( Manchester)
        "A UK and PRC perspective on the regulation of takeover defences: A proposal for reform"

Session 4 September 8th 11.30 - 13.00 Maitland

4A. Roman Tomasic and Folarin Akinbami (Durham) 
       "Trust and the regulation of public companies: Reconceptualising company law theory" 
4B. Daniel Attenborough ( Leicester)
       " Giving Purpose to the Corporate Purpose Debate: an Equitable Maximisation and Viability Model"
 4C. Andrew Johnston (University of Queensland)
        "Reflexive Corporate Social Responsibility and Externalities"

Available Papers and Abstracts

“Shareholder Protection and Hedge Fund Activism: An Empirical Analysis Across 25 Countries” by Dionysia Katelouzou.
From Privilege to Right - Themes in the Emergence of Limited Liability by Colin Mackie.
Directors’ Duties in Takeovers and Enlightened Shareholder Value by Wai Yee Wan.
Giving Purpose To The Corporate Purpose Debate: An Equitable Maximisation And Viability Principle by Daniel Attenborough.
Reflexive Corporate Social Responsibility and Externalities by Andrew Johnston.
"Giving Purpose to the Corporate Purpose Debate: an Equitable Maximisation and Viability Model" by Daniel Attenborough.
"Reflexive Corporate Social Responsibility and Externalities" by Andrew Johnston.
"The UK Stewardship Code: Preaching to the Choir?" by Lee Roach.
“From Privilege to Right: Themes in the Emergence of Limited Liability” by Colin Mackie.
"The push for (more) active shareholder participation and accountability" by Lang Thai .
"Directors' duties in plain sight: The accessibility agenda delivered?" by Deirdre Ahern.
"The potential liability of a director of a corporate director - Issues relevant to establishing the characteristics of a de facto or shadow director" by Stephen Griffin .
"Reconsidering the Directors’ Duty of Recommendation in Takeovers" by Wan Wai Yee .
"The impact of the regulatory treatment of corporate governance as part of wider prudential regulation in financial institutions" by Iris H-Y Chiu .
"A UK and PRC perspective on the regulation of takeover defences: A proposal for reform" by Wangwei Lin.
"Trust and the regulation of public companies: Reconceptualising company law theory" by Roman Tomasic and Folarin Akinbami.