Renée B. Adams is a Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Her work focuses on information flows on boards, bank governance, group decision-making, the governance of central banks and gender diversity on and off boards.
Bo Bian is Assistant Professor of Finance at UBC Sauder School of Business. Her research interests are in empirical corporate finance: topics related to productivity, innovation, bankruptcy, and the interaction of regulatory and political economy factors with financing and investment.
Jens C. Dammann is the Ben H. and Kitty King Powell Chair in Business and Commercial Law Professor at the University of Texas School of Law. His research interests include corporate law, law and economics, contracts, European Union law, and consumer protection law.
Jared A. Ellias is a Professor of Law and the Faculty Director of the Center for Business Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. His research interests include corporate bankruptcy, corporate governance, contract law, empirical methods in social science and law and economics.
Tarek A. Hassan is Associate Professor of Economics at Boston University. His research interests are in the area of asset pricing, international/macro finance and economic growth.
Thomas Keusch is Assistant Professor of Accounting and Control at INSEAD. His research interests include corporate governance, shareholder activism, and risk management.
Christian Leuz is the Joseph Sondheimer Professor of International Economics, Finance and Accounting at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. He studies the role of disclosure and transparency in capital markets and other settings, the effects of regulation, international accounting as well as corporate governance and corporate financing decisions.
David Martinez-Miera is Associate Professor of Finance at the Business Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. His research interests are in the area of banking, macro-finance, corporate finance, microfinance.
Konstantin W. Milbradt is Associate Professor of Finance at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. His research interests are in financial economics, specifically in how financial frictions affect asset prices and corporate decisions.
Curtis J. Milhaupt is International Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. His research and teaching interests include comparative corporate governance, the legal systems of East Asia (particularly Japan), and state capitalism.
Mathias Siems is Professor of Private Law and Market Regulation at the Law Department of the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy. He is on special leave from Durham University where he is Professor of Commercial Law at Durham Law School. His research interests include corporate and securities law, comparative law, empirical legal studies, law &economics, European private law and private international law.
Holger Spamann is the Lawrence R. Grove Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches corporate law and finance. His research focuses on law and economics of corporate governance and financial markets, judicial behavior, and comparative law.
Jörg Stahl is Assistant Professor at the Católica Lisbon School of Bussiness & Economics. His research interests are in the area of corporate finance with a particular focus on the interaction of the corporate field and the political environment.
Matthias Thiemann is Assistant Professor for European Public Policy at the Sciences Po Centre des Etudes Européennes. His research focuses on political economy with a particular focus on financial regulation and post-crisis regulatory changes.
Vikrant Vig is Professor of Finance at London Business School, where he teaches Investments and Financial Economics to Master and Ph.D. students. His Research interests are in the area of corporate finance, law and finance, banking, and organizational economics.
Paul A. Wachtel is a Professor of Economics and the Academic Director of the B.S. in Business and Political Economy Program, at New York University Stern School of Business. He teaches courses in monetary policy, banking and central banking, and global macroeconomics.
Alexander F. Wagner is Associate Professor of Finance at University of Zurich and the Swiss Finance Institute. His research focuses on corporate finance and governance, behavioral finance, communication, experimental economics, political economy and regulation.
Cornelia Woll is Professor of Political Sciences at Sciences Po and co-directs the Max Planck Sciences Po Center. Her research is in international political economy, in particular business-government relations and financial regulation.