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Professor Niamh Moloney

Professor of Law
Law Department, London School of Economics
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Niamh Moloney, Professor of Law, Law Department, London School of Economics
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Biography    
Professor Niamh Moloney joined the Law Department in January 2009. Previously she was Professor of Capital Markets Law at the University of Nottingham and Reader in Law at Queen's University Belfast and held lectureships at the University of Nottingham and University College London. She is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin (LLB) and Harvard Law School (LLM). Her primary research interests are EU financial services law (she is the author of the first book on the EU's regulation of financial markets, EC Securities Regulation (Oxford University Press, second edition, 2008)) and retail investor protection. She is also a Research Associate of the European Corporate Governance Institute and a Fellow (Household Finance) of the Centre for Financial Studies, Frankfurt.

Research Interests
Commercial law
European community Law
Executive remuneration
Financial services regulation
Securities regulation

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Understanding Directors' Pay in Europe: A Comparative and Empirical Analysis ECGI Law Working Paper 126/2009 June 2009
Executive Remuneration in the EU: The Context for Reform ECGI Law Working Paper 032/2005 April 2005
Executive Remuneration in the EU: Comparative Law and Practice ECGI Law Working Paper 009/2003 June 2003

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