The Center for Corporate Governance (CCG) is recognized as a premier research center of effective and responsible corporate governance. The research conducted among our world-renowned faculty is the core focus of CCG. Our research is published in top academic journals and informs and influences thought leaders in the business community at a variety of high-level industry and academic events throughout the year.
Board Influence, Excess Compensation, and Shared Power: Evidence from Nonprofit Firms
Jacqueline Garner and Teresa Harrison, Financial Review (2013)
Corporate Social Responsibility, Customer Orientation, and Job Performance of Frontline Employees
Daniel Korschun, CB Bhattacharya, and Scott D Swain, Journal of Marketing Vol. 78.
A Paper Tiger? An Empirical Analysis of Majority Voting
Ralph Walkling, Jacqueline Garner and Jie Cai, The Journal of Corporate Finance. (June 2013)
Sources of Gains in Corporate Mergers: Refined Tests from a Neglected Industry
David Becher, J. Harold Mulherin, and Ralph Walkling, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (February 2012)
Anticipation, Acquisitions and Bidder Returns: Industry shocks and the transfer of information across rivals
Jie Cai, Moon H Song, and Ralph Walkling, Review of Financial Studies (June 2011)
Stock option grants to target CEOs during private merger negotiations
Eliezer Fich, Jie Cai, and Ahn Tran. Journal of Financial Economics (August 2011)
Democracy or Disruption: An Empirical Analysis of Majority Elections for Directors
Ralph Walkling, Jie Cai and Jacqueline L Garner.