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Adams, Renée B. and Kirchmaier, Thomas (2016) Women on boards in finance and STEM industries. American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 106 (5). pp. 1-6. ISSN 0002-8282
Agrawal, Ashwini K. (2012) Corporate governance objectives of labor union shareholders: evidence from proxy voting. The Review of Financial Studies, 25 (1). pp. 187-226. ISSN 0893-9454
Bastow, Simon (2013) Lockup quotas in U.S. prisons are not necessarily a tax on low crime, and may actually help maximise value for money for taxpayers. LSE American Politics and Policy (05 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.
Besley, Timothy (2015) Law, regulation, and the business climate: the nature and influence of the World Bank Doing Business project. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 29 (3). pp. 99-120. ISSN 0895-3309
Cuñat, Vicente, Giné, Mireia and Guadalupe, Maria (2015) Say pays! Shareholder voice and firm performance. Review of Finance, 20 (5). pp. 1799-1834. ISSN 1572-3097
Cvijanović, Dragana, Dasgupta, Amil and Zachariadis, Konstantinos (2016) Ties that bind: how business connections affect mutual fund activism. The Journal of Finance, 71 (6). pp. 2933-2966. ISSN 0022-1082
Danielsson, Jon, James, Kevin R., Valenzuela, Marcela and Zer, Ilknur (2012) Dealing with systematic risk when we measure it badly. European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics.
Danielsson, Jon, James, Kevin R., Valenzuela, Marcela and Zer, Ilknur (2016) Model risk of risk models. Journal of Financial Stability, 23 . pp. 79-91. ISSN 1572-3089
David-Barrett, Liz (2011) All too often the revolving door between business and government can lead to ethical conflicts. A new statutory body to rule on appointments is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.
Djankov, Simeon (2016) The Doing Business project: how it started: correspondence. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30 (1). pp. 247-248. ISSN 0895-3309
Etienne, Julien (2011) Compliance theory: a goal framing approach. Law and Policy, 33 (3). pp. 305-333. ISSN 0265-8240
Ferrarini, Guido and Saguato, Paolo (2014) Regulating financial market infrastructures. ECGI Working Paper Series in Law, 259/2014. European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), Brussels, Belgium.
Ferrarini, Guido and Saguato, Paolo (2015) Regulating financial market infrastructures. In: Ferran, Eilís, Moloney, Niamh and Payne, Jennifer, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook on Financial Regulation. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. (In Press)
Frantz, Pascal and Instefjord, Norvald (2012) Corporate governance and the cost of borrowing. Social Science Research Network.
Frantz, Pascal and Instefjord, Norvald (2013) Corporate governance and the cost of borrowing. Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting, 40 (7-8). pp. 918-948. ISSN 0306-686X
Frantz, Pascal and Instefjord, Norvald (2007) Corporate governance, shareholder conflicts and audit quality. Social Science Research Network.
Grant, Jeremy and Kirchmaier, Thomas (2004) Corporate ownership structure and performance in Europe. CEPDP, 631. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. ISBN 0753017571
Hertzberg, Andrew, Liberti, Jose Maria and Paravisini, Daniel (2011) Public information and coordination: evidence from a credit registry expansion. The Journal of Finance, 66 (2). pp. 379-412. ISSN 0022-1082
Lodge, Martin (2014) Regulatory capture recaptured. Public Administration Review, 74 (4). pp. 539-542. ISSN 0033-3352
Massa, Massimo, Vermaelen, Theo and Xu, Moqi (2013) Rights offerings, trading, and regulation: a global perspective. Financial Markets Group discussion paper, DP727. Financial Markets Group, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.
Ryan, John (2012) Greenspan and Bernanke the chief architects of dollar destruction. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 9783846582619
Ryan, John (2011) Power shifts between Europe, nations and regions. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 9783845470276
Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl (2013) Congress has a very limited ability to hold central bankers to account. LSE American Politics and Policy (13 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.