Voici le compte rendu hebdomadaire du forum de la Harvard Law School sur la gouvernance corporative au 13 août 2020.
Cette semaine, j’ai relevé les quinze principaux billets.
Bonne lecture !
- Board Structure, Director Expertise, and Advisory Role of Outside Directors
- Initial Perspectives and Implications of SEC Proxy Advisory Reform
- Assessing Your Company’s Response to COVID-19
- A Look Back at Shareholder Activism During the 2020 Proxy Season
- SEC Roundtable: “Emerging Markets, Including China”
- Blindsided by Social Risk: How Do Companies Survive a Storm of Their Own Making?
- ESG and Corporate Purpose in a Disrupted World
- Facing the COVID-19 Challenge in Corporate Boardrooms
- Alibaba: A Case Study of Synthetic Control
- Shareholder Complaints Seek to Hold Directors Liable for Lack of Diversity
- Exercising Business Judgment Through COVID-19
- IQ from IP: Simplifying Search in Portfolio Choice
- Was the Business Roundtable Statement on Corporate Purpose Mostly for Show? – (1) Evidence from Lack of Board Approval
- Audit Committee Priorities in the Current Quarter and Beyond
- Does Joining the S&P 500 Index Hurt Firms?