Renée B. Adams is 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.
Leon Anidjar holds a PhD in Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate in Management Sciences at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, and also serves as a lecturer in corporate governance, contract law, financial regulation and technology at the Netanya Academic College (Israel).
Yifat Aran is an Assistant Professor at the University of Haifa Faculty of Law and an Institute Fellow at the Rutgers Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing. Her primary research interests lie in corporate law and governance and in securities regulation, with a focus on venture capital and the entrepreneurial process.
Patrick Augustin is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University. His research interests lie at the intersection of macroeconomics and financial markets with a focus on sovereign credit risk, firm fundamentals and credit risk with a focus on credit derivatives, and law and finance with a focus on insider trading.
Bo Bian is Assistant Professor of Finance at UBC Sauder School of Business. Her research interests include empirical corporate finance: issues related to productivity, innovation, bankruptcy, and the interaction of regulatory, legal, and political economy factors with financing and investment.
Jannis Bischof is a Professor of Accounting at the University of Mannheim. His research addresses the role of disclosure and transparency in the financial sector and other settings, the regulation of financial institutions, and managerial discretion in reporting decisions.
Nina Boy is Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Warwick. She holds a PhD in Politics from Lancaster University. Her research is based at the intersection of security studies and international political economy, focusing on conceptions of security in law, politics and finance.
Matthias Breuer is an Assistant Professor in the Accounting Division at Columbia University. His research interests revolve around the determinants and economic consequences of firms’ financial reporting.
Anna Christie is Assistant Professor of Banking, Corporate and Financial Law at the University of Edinburgh Law School and a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Centre for Business Research. She has broad research interests in comparative corporate governance and law and finance, with a particular focus on sustainability and climate change, ESG investing and shareholder activism.
Peter Conti-Brown is the Class of 1965 Associate Professor of Financial Regulation, and an Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He studies central banking, financial regulation, and public finance, with a particular focus on the history and policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve System.
Francesco D'Acunto is Assistant Professor of Finance at Boston College, Carroll School of Management. His research interests focus on the topics Beliefs and Financial Decision-Making, Cultural Finance and FinTech/Entrepreneurship.
February - June 2022
Jihad Dagher is currently a Fellow at the Milken Institute. Previously he was a visiting scholar at USC Marshall School of Business and a senior economist at the IMF. His research interests are in the areas of political economy, finance, and financial regulation.
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 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.
Diane Fromage is currently a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at Sciences Po Paris (Law School, IMPACTEBU Project). She was previously Assistant Professor of European Law at Maastricht University and at Utrecht University. Her research focuses on regional and national parliaments in the European Union, EMU and Banking Union, and in general on EU institutional matters and comparative constitutional law.
Alperen A. Gözlügöl is a postdoctoral researcher in the field of law & finance. His research interests include comparative corporate law & governance, capital markets law and financial regulation. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Hamburg and his LL.M. from the University of Cambridge. He is currently working on the intersection of (business) law, sustainability and climate change.
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.
Nicolas Jabko is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests include neoliberalism, sovereignty, crisis politics, and constructivist and pragmatist approaches in political science.
Kobi Kastiel is a tenured, Associate Professor at Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law. He also serves as a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance, and as a Lecturer of Law at Harvard Law School. Kastiel teaches and researches in the fields of corporate law, corporate governance, comparative corporate law, financial and securities regulation, with a particular focus on public companies with controlling shareholders, and shareholder activism.
Thomas Keusch is Assistant Professor of Accounting and Control at INSEAD. His research interests include corporate governance, shareholder activism, and risk management.
Michael Klausner is the Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. His expertise includes Banking & Financial Institutions, Business & Corporate Law, Capital Markets, Contract Design, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Securities Regulation.
August / December 2019 - February 2020
July - August 2021 / September 2022
Christian Leuz is the Charles F. Pohl Distinguished Service Professor of Accounting and Finance 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 economic effects of regulation; international accounting; corporate governance and corporate financing.
Stefano Lombardo is Associate Professor of Economic Law at the Faculty of Economics and Management of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. His research interests are in (economic analysis of) company law and securities regulation, corporate governance, law and finance, and banking law.
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 Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. 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.
Karsten Müller is an Assistant Professor of Finance at NUS Business School. His research focuses on finance, macroeconomics, and political economy.
Andreas Neuhierl is Assistant Professor of Finance at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. His research interests are in the area of asset pricing, financial econometrics and machine learning, macroeconomics and commodity markets.
Enrico Perotti is Professor of International Finance at the University of Amsterdam. His research interests include banking, corporate finance and governance, political economy of finance, organization theory, legal and financial history.
Wolf-Georg Ringe is Professor of Law and Finance and Director of the Institute of Law & Economics at the University of Hamburg. He is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford, Faculty of Law. His research focuses on questions of corporate law, capital markets, and financial regulation, from an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective.
Sandro Romano is an Assistant Professor of Corporate Law at Bocconi University. His current work focuses on the role of colors in policymaking.
Mathias Siems is Professor of Private Law and Market Regulation at the Law Department of the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy. His research interests include corporate and securities law, comparative law, empirical legal studies, law and economics, European private law and private international law.
Shikhar Singla is a researcher in Finance from London Business School. His research interests include regulation, competition, artificial intelligence, political economy, and law & finance.
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.
Sascha Steffen is Professor of Finance at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. His research is in the area of banking, corporate finance and financial intermediation.
Oren Sussman is a Reader in Finance at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School. His research focuses on financial crisis, financial constraints and the business cycle, economic analysis of insolvency law, cross-border insolvency, sovereign debt and exchange-rate volatility. Much of this work combines insights from macroeconomics, law, finance and economics.
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.
Stefan Thomas is Professor of Law at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, where he teaches private law, business law, competition and insurance law. He is specialized in European and German antitrust law. He explores the relationship between the democratic social order and the effects of competitive markets.
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 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.
Michael Weber is Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago‘s Booth School of Business. His research interests include asset pricing, macroeconomics, international finance, household finance, and law & finance.
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.
Luofu Ye is a young researcher in Finance from London Business School.
Her research interests are empirical corporate finance, innovation, and labor. In particular, she is interested in firms, talent, their role in innovation process, and how government policy can reduce the frictions to encourage knowledge spillover and innovation.