Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review
The Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review (ECGAR) explores the relationship between the corporation and its stakeholders in the United States and abroad. This online, student-run publication seeks to identify the relevant actors in the corporate arena and addresses squarely how far to each of them corporate responsibility should extend.
Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1 (2022) A Corporate Governance Update from Around the World
IntroductionRhonda Heermans started serving as the Senior Editor in 2000 and Managing Editor in 2018 of the Emory University School of Law Journals. In 2022, after more than 20 years of service, Rhonda retired. ECGAR would like to celebrate her retirement and dedicate this issue to her for her generous commitment since ECGAR's inception in 2014. Rhonda, thank you for being a constant advocator on behalf of ECGAR's needs and mission. None of the Emory Law Journals would have as much success if it were not for you. We are eternally grateful for your contributions.
Corporate Response To The War In Ukraine: Stakeholder Governance Or Stakeholder Pressure?
Anete Pajuste and Anna Toniolo
Max Chen and Liu Ming Xin
An Ocean Apart: The Mandatory Takeover Rule in Brazil and in Europe
Jorge Brito Pereira
Universal Owners, Shareholder Primacy, and Stakeholderism
Why Antitrust, Not Unionization, is the Answer to Underpayment of Student-Athletes