Investors, employees, suppliers, customers, charities etc. are potentially hurt through poor corporate governance practices and helped with “best” practices for the entity in question. Through research and other activities, our faculty continue to develop knowledge and expertise in the area of corporate governance. The mission of the CGG is to leverage such expertise, and through our faculty, to have a positive impact on the corporate governance landscape and on the performance of organizations.
About the Corporate Governance Group
The Corporate Governance Group was founded in 1995. We are a group of faculty actively engaged in corporate governance-related activities in the areas of research, teaching and service. Our outreach to the community includes faculty sitting on boards, providing opinions to the press, consulting, expert witness work, boardroom and classroom education, and publishing in both trade and academic journals.
Leadership and Faculty
Dinos Eminent Scholar Chair of Private Enterprise and Professor of Accounting
Director of the Master of Accounting Program and Professor of Accounting
Director of the Center for the Study of Markets and Economic Opportunity and Professor of Economics
Interim Associate Dean of Research and Accreditation and Professor of Economics, Finance & Quantitative Analysis
PhD in Business Administration Accounting Discipline Lead and Professor of Accounting
Director of the School of Accountancy and Associate Professor of Accounting & Information Systems
If you have any questions about the Corporate Governance Group or the experiences and qualifications of any of our faculty, please contact our Director or any of the faculty listed above.
Director of Corporate Governance Group