If policy makers care about corporate sustainability, they should limit the influence of activist hedge funds as sustainability suffers because of their focus on shareholder value in the short term.
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Thursday 22 October 2020 marked an exciting day for students of the master Legal Theory & Socio-Legal Studies, as on that day the study association Sui Generis was officially founded.
PhD researcher Mathijs Giltjes challenges financial regulation expert Piebe Teeboom on several issues relating to high frequency trading in financial markets.
Prof. Houweling appeared in an interview at RTV Rijnmond about the mutual rights and obligations of employers and employees as well as about how things can be improved in the home working environment.
Researchers from Erasmus School of Law consider a ban on community service for acts of public violence against police officers disproportionate
Researchers from Erasmus School of Law have investigated the possibilities of a community service ban for public violence against police officers and other public officials.
Episode two of Law Out Loud brings together Erasmus Graduate School of Law PhD researcher Priskila Penasthika and Professor Xandra Kramer.
Prof. Sanne Struijk, associate professor of criminal law at Erasmus School of Law, responds to a draft bill from Minister Grapperhaus and Minister Dekker.
Martin de Jong explains why with a second wave of infections and hospitalizations taking off, otherwise forgivable ignorance, carelessness and lack of determination may have become unforgivable.
Prof. Hélène Vletter-van Dort about the role of members of supervisory boards during the corona crisis
Members of the supervisory board must leave their screens in corona time, according to Prof. Hélène Vletter-van Dort, professor of Financial Law and Governance at Erasmus School of Law, in FD.