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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Michaelmas Term 2003

 

Reforming Corporate Governance in Britain: What Needs to be Done?

By Professor C. Mayer (Oxford University, Sad Business School, Head)

Chair:    Dr. S. Bond

Date:     Monday 17 November 2003

Venue: St. Cross Building, Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre

The St. Cross Building is located on the corner of St Cross Road / Manor Road, right behind (north to) the Department of Economics Building

Time:    5:00 - 7:00pm


This seminar is part of the OXONIA Distinguished Speakers Events in Michaelmas Term 2003. It has been organized in cooperation with the Economics Department, University of Oxford.The seminar is part of the OXONIA Programme "IMPROVING MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE".

Colin Mayer is Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies (Finance) at the Sad Business School, University of Oxford, where he is the Director of the Oxford Financial Research Centre, and Fellow of Wadham College. Colin Mayer is also Director of the Oxford Economic Research Associates Ltd (OXERA), Honorary Fellow of St. Anne's College, Oxford University, and member of the editorial board of numerous economics and finance journals. He was formerly Professor of Economics and Finance at Warwick University Business School, and Professor of Corporate Finance at City University Business School. Born in 1953, Professor Mayer gained a BA in Engineering Science and Economics and a D. Phil. in Economics at the University of Oxford. His research interests include Corporate Finance, Taxation and Regulation of Financial Markets.


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