Corporate Governance and Performance: causation?
12-13 November 2010

An academic conference in the Yale ECGI Oxford (YEO) series organised by the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance, the European Corporate Governance Institute and the Said Business School, University of Oxford to be held at the Yale School of Management. Attendance is by invitation only.

Background | Schedule, Papers and Presentations

Background

Every two years, the Yale School of Management's Millstein Center and Oxford's Said Business School hold a research conference to address leading topics in global corporate governance. From 2010, the event expands to include the European Corporate Governance Institute.

This year's conference, YEO 2010, focuses on perhaps the most elusive issue in the field: whether or to what extent corporate governance may be identified as having a causal relationship with corporate performance. The organisers have invited some of the world's top scholars along with rising academic stars to tackle this research challenge.

The event is open to academics and practitioners by invitation.  The dinner in particular is structured as an opportunity to mix private sector leaders with academics.

The organisers are administering the conference through a joint oversight committee of the three institutions.  A separate Scientific Committee (see below) has selected papers and discussants.  Operational responsibilities for YEO 2010 are split. Yale's Millstein Center is responsible for all on-site administration and logistics.  The ECGI is responsible for online facilities including online registration.

Further information
For further information, please contact at Yale crysta.collins@yale.edu or at the ECGI, christine.miller@ecgi.org
Scientific Committee
The Scientific Committee comprises:
John Armour
Lovells Professor of Law and Finance
Oriel College, University of Oxford and ECGI Fellow
Stijn Claessens
Assistant Director/Division Chief
International Monetary Fund and ECGI Research Associate
Martijn Cremers
Associate Professor of Finance
Yale School of Management International Center for Finance
Julian Franks
Professor of Finance
London Business School and ECGI Fellow
Roberta Romano, Oscar M. Ruebhausen Professor of Law and Director, Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, Yale Law School Roberta Romano
Oscar M. Ruebhausen Professor of Law and Director Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law
Yale Law School and ECGI Fellow

The conference has been made possible by the generous provision of a Research Grant from the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance, Yale School of Management