To date, STI's Governance branch has held the following Experts Meetings:
Many policy recommendations that emerge from the flourishing literature on corporate governance do not take into account the diversity of company owners and the different goals of heterogeneous shareholders in the 21st century. Many of them assume that dispersed shareholders are the representative form of corporate ownership. This hypothesis is still dominant in most theoretical studies and in many empirical studies.
The latest financial crisis is often described as a severe credit crunch and a breakdown of trust among banks in the world financial system. While true, this analysis is incomplete.
What makes a corporation truly responsible throughout?
Effective business management is grounded in good business science and robust ethical and anthropological conceptions of human flourishing
Four prominent international economic policy-makers explored the relationship between faith, economic and distributional justice, and policy applications.
Conference in honor of the late Peter T. Bauer, whose contributions to the public dialogue about economics and economic policy-making were unmatched.