Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN)
The CCGN is a forum for scholars, researchers, policy makers and industry. The CCGN host events and seminars and is the repository of The Cadbury Archive. The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School consists of papers compiled and preserved by Sir Adrian Cadbury from his time as Chairman of the Committee on the Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance.
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CCGN is a confederation of University of Cambridge faculties, research centres and academics interested in corporate governance. The network spans the Faculties of Law and Economics, and Cambridge Judge Business School.
The CCGN brings together approximately 40 faculty from across the university. Faculty engage in research linked to the CCGN and use their research to inform their teaching and research supervision. The areas of faculty interest include:
Accounting Fraud & SEC Enforcements; Boards of Directors; Bribery & Corporate Corruption; Business Ethics; Capital Market Regulation; Comparative Corporate Governance; Corporate-Community Relations; Corporate Failure & Bankruptcy; Corporate Finance & Governance; Corporate Finance Law; Corporate Law; Corporate Ownership & Control; Corporate Reputation; Corporate Social Responsibility; CSR and Bottom of the Pyramid Strategies; CSR and Innovation; Creative Accounting; Director Liability; East Asian Corporate Governance & Finance; Emerging Market Business Groups; Employee Representation; Environmental Regulation & Competitive Advantage; Ethics & Micro-finance Institutions; Executive Compensation; Financial Services Regulation; Financial Reporting & Accounting Regulation; Governance, Innovation & Firm Performance; Hedge Fund Activism; Hedge Funds; Historical Perspectives on Corporate Governance; Information Asymmetries & Agency Problems; Insolvency & International Insolvency Law; Institutional Investors; IT Governance; Japanese Corporate Governance; Law & Finance; Long-run Sustainability; Management Turnover or Succession; Mergers & Acquisitions; Organisational Behaviour & Corporate Governance; Ownership, National Institutions & Firm Performance; Pension Fund Governance; Private Equity; Privatisation or Management of State-owned Institutions; Proxy Voting & Proxy Advisory Firms; Risk Governance; Shareholder Activism; Social Movements & Markets; Stakeholder Theory; Stock Markets & Corporate Governance; Stock Market Regulation; Strategic Management & Corporate Governance; Theories of Regulation; Trust & Partnership; Tunnelling & Expropriation.