The End of Corporate Governance Law, ExpressO (2006)
This article argues that corporate governance is sub-optimal because of special interest influence at both...
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Rethinking the Corporation (and Race) in America: Can Law (and Professionalization) Fix "Minor" Problems of Externalization, Internalization, and Governance?, St. John's Law Review (2012)
A Flaw in the Sarbanes-Oxley Reform: Can Diversity in the Boardroom Quell Corporate Corruption?, St. John's Law Review (2012)
Taking Economic Human Rights Seriously After the Debt Crisis., Loyola University Chicago Law Review (2011)
Lessons from the Subprime Debacle: Stress Testing CEO Autonomy, St. Louis University Law Journal (2009)
Enterprise-Wide Risk Management and Corporate Governance., Loyola University Chicago Law Journal (2008)
Taking Voting Rights Seriously: Race and the Integrity of Democracy in America., Northern Illinois University Law Review (2007)
The End of Corporate Governance Law: Optimizing Regulatory Structures for a Race to the Top., Yale Journal on Regulation (2007)
The Special Interest Race to CEO Primacy and the End of Corporate Governance Law., Delaware Journal of Corporate Law (2007)
Recently, many respected business leaders have voiced concern that corporate governance in American public companies...