Corporate Structure and Governance

Research at the Centre for Law Markets and Regulation on corporate governance, conduct and control ranges from legal control, through routines of governance observed in corporations to debates about ethics and the limits of regulation. It is not limited to the conduct of companies and changes in their control, but extends to a renewed interest in legal models for business beyond the corporation. CLMR research in this area is a mix of funded research projects, on-going research by individual scholars and of groups pursuing a program of research and influence as is the case with the Legal Models Beyond the Corporation Working Group. 

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