This is your chance to catch a preview of our latest cross-disciplinary research. The Vlerick Research Brown Bags are full of inspiring and innovative findings and provide excellent opportunities for sharing research practice.
Follow the brown bags free of charge via videoconferencing from our Ghent or Leuven campus. The sessions are held once a month from 12.30 pm to 2 pm and are open to all researchers and faculty from Vlerick Business School, our parent universities and other academic institutions.
This session will be chaired by James P. Walsh (Ross School of Business, University of Michigan) and focuses on "Self-dealing CEOs and the people who study them".
About this session:
In this session, Jim Walsh will present the results of a new empirical study that investigates possible CEO self-dealing. At the same time, he will share some insight about the broad scholarly quest that animates a research question like this. The goal of the session is to give you both an appreciation for some current corporate governance research and a fruitful consideration of your own scholarly journeys.
About James P. Walsh:
Jim Walsh (PhD, Northwestern University) is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and the Gerald and Esther Carey Professor of Business Administration at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. His teaching and research focuses on questions of corporate governance. Jim was a founding co-editor of the Academy of Management Annals, a Senior Editor and Associate Editor-in-Chief of Organization Science, a Consulting Editor for the Academy of Management Review, and an Associate Editor for the Strategic Management Journal. He is a past president of the Academy of Management and the current Dean of its Fellows Group. He published his work in different journals, such as: Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal.
Visit www.jamespwalsh.com for more information.
This session takes place in room M 1.4 at our Ghent campus and can be followed through video conference at our Leuven (A 2.04) campus.