Corporate Governance: Arrangements & Laws eJournal
Editor: Lucian A. Bebchuk
Harvard Law School

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that deal with various arrangements and laws in the field of corporate governance. The journal welcomes research with a focus on using tools and methods from accounting, economics, finance, law, management, sociology and psychology to study the causes and consequences of such arrangements and laws. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, arrangements and laws in the areas of corporate law, insolvency and reorganization law, and securities regulation, arrangements and laws produced by legislation, agency regulation, case law, exchanges and other self-regulating organizations, or privately adopted charter provisions, bylaws, and corporate policies and guidelines, political economy/public choice analysis of governance arrangements and laws, regulatory competition in corporate governance, and enforcement and litigation.

This eJournal is sponsored by the IRRC Institute. The mission of the IRRC Institute is to provide thought leadership at the intersection of corporate responsibility and the informational needs of investors. While the Institute is a relatively new non-profit organization, formed with the proceeds of the sale of the Investor Responsibility Research Center in 2006, it continues the tradition and standards of objective research for which IRRC has been known since 1972. For more information, please see www.irrcinstitute.org.

Authors submitting their work to the CGN network should submit it to no more than two CGN eJournals. In particular, they should submit it to no more than one "methodological" CGN eJournal (CG & Accounting; CG & Economics; CG & Finance; CG & Law; CG & Management; CG & Sociology or Psychology; CG Educator; CG Practice Series), and should submit it to no more than one of the "sub-field" journals (Acquisitions, Mergers, Contests for Control, & Activism; Actors & Players; Arrangements & Laws; Bankruptcy, Financial Distress, & Reorganization; Capital Raising, Investments, Distributions, & Market Trading; Comparative; Compensation of Executives & Directors; Economic Consequences, History, Development, & Methodology; Disclosure, Internal Control, & Risk-Management; Governance, Organization, & Processes; Governance of Special Types of Firms; International/Non-US; or Social Responsibility & Social Impact).

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Corporate Governance: Arrangements & Laws eJournal Advisory Board
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Editor: Lucian A. Bebchuk
Harvard Law School


Patrick Bolton

Brian R. Cheffins

John C. Coffee

Julian R. Franks

Henry Hansmann

Oliver D. Hart

Bengt R. Holmström

Klaus J. Hopt

Michael C. Jensen

Hideki Kanda

Steven Neil Kaplan

Rakesh Khurana

David F. Larcker

Christian Leuz

Marco Pagano

Raghuram G. Rajan

Roberta Romano

Andrei Shleifer

Laura T. Starks

Rene M. Stulz

Jean Tirole

Luigi Zingales