The Program on Corporate Governance seeks to foster research and scholarship about corporate governance and facilitate discourse in this field among academics, practitioners, and policy-makers.
The Program’s Advisory Board consists of William Ackman, Peter Atkins, David Bell, Kerry E. Berchem, Richard Brand, Daniel Burch, Paul Choi, Jesse Cohn, Creighton Condon, Arthur B. Crozier, Renata J. Ferrari, John Finley, Carolyn Frantz, Bruce H. Goldfarb, Joseph Hall, Jason M. Halper, Paul Hilal, Carl Icahn, David Millstone, Theodore Mirvis, Maria Moats, Erika Moore, Carey Oven, Morton Pierce, Philip Richter, Paul K. Rowe, Marc Treviño, Steven J. Williams, and Daniel Wolf.
The Program’s director is Professor Lucian Bebchuk, and other Harvard Law School faculty members contributing to its activities are Robert Clark, John Coates, Alma Cohen, Allen Ferrell, Jesse Fried, Howell Jackson, Reinier Kraakman, Mark Ramseyer, Mark Roe, Robert Sitkoff, Holger Spamann, and Guhan Subramanian.
Also contributing to the Program’s activities are its Senior Fellows, Stephen M. Davis, Oliver Hart, Kobi Kastiel, and Leo E. Strine, Jr., and its Fellows, Raffaele Felicetti, Leeor Ofer, Anete Pajuste, Roberto Tallarita, Yifat Naftali Ben Zion, Ariel Rava, Jitendra Aswani, Kenneth Khoo, and Anna Toniolo.
In planning events and conferences, the Program receives input from the members of its Corporate Governance Roundtable Advisory Council and of the Advisory Council of the Harvard Law School Institutional Investor Forum.
The Program’s Associate Director is Roberto Tallarita, its Director of Publications, Operations and Legal Research is Anna Restuccia, its Administrator is Jordan Figueroa, and its Event Coordinator is Kat Linnehan.
This website also includes information about several research projects operated by the Program on Corporate Governance—the Corporate Governance Lab, the Project on Controlling Shareholders, the Project on Corporate Political Spending, the Project on Hedge Fund Activism, the Project on Institutional Investors, the Project on M&A and Corporate Control, the Project on Short-Termism, and the Project on Stakeholder Capitalism.
The Program on Corporate Governance seeks to foster research and discussion by individuals holding a wide range of views on corporate governance issues. The Program does not take any positions on such issues; all views expressed in connection with the Program’s activities should be attributed only to the individuals expressing them. The work of the Program on Corporate Governance is supported by the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance Fund.