Millstein Center 10th Anniversary Essays
For over a decade, the Millstein Center has been addressing the most critical and challenging corporate governance questions that corporations, their investors, and the economy face. In recognition of the role the Center has played and the many issues that it has addressed, the Center is publishing a series of essays by contributors that have collaborated with and benefited from the Center's work. These essays will be published over the course of the FY17/18 academic year.
10th Anniversary Essay: Environmental and Social Sustainability in the Boardroom
By Jon Lukomnik
Jon Lukomnik explores how over the past decade, fundamental expectations of companies have changed, and predicts how they will continue to change over the coming decade.
10th Anniversary Essay: Short-Termism
By Douglas Chia
Douglas Chia lays out the data and arguments over short-termism and what structural changes may be needed to foster long-termism in public companies and to encourage the long term growth of the economy needed to build wealth in a durable manner.
10th Anniversary Essay: The Changing Landscape of the Capital Markets
By Barbara Krumsiek
Barbara Krumsiek explores how trend lines in the capital markets impact where governance and the performance of public corporations go from here, and the implications for how we think about public corporations and the capital markets going forward.
10th Anniversary Essay: Adapting Global Standards to a Changing World
By Mats Isaksson and Serdar Çelik
In this essay, Mats Isaksson and Serdar Çelik trace the evolution of global corporate governance standards and make the case for strong, clear, yet flexible public policy to support capital formation, economic stability, and growth.
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