Corporate governance is the overarching set of policies, procedures and relationships that enable an organization to establish objectives, set ethical boundaries to the acceptable means with which those objectives will be met, monitor the achievement of objectives, reward successful achievements and discipline unsuccessful or inappropriate attempts to meet objectives, in order to keep the organization aligned with the needs and interests of its primary stakeholders.
Through the perspectives of accounting, economics, finance and law, our research addresses timely topics in corporate governance, including the audit process, executive compensation, board structure and firm performance. Our primary emphasis examines public policy as it relates to corporate governance.
We conduct nationally recognized research on corporate governance, specifically focusing on public policy.
Associate Professor, Pugh Professor of Accounting, and John and Wanda Wisecarver Faculty Research Fellow
Kinney Family Faculty Research Fellow, Associate Professor, Finance PhD Program Co-Director, and Truist Professor of Finance
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