Established in 2005 by the Centre for Commercial Law, the Corporate Governance eJournal (Bond) is an Australian journal on corporate management law. The eJournal has an international and comparative law focus. Contributors will discuss and analyse all aspects of corporate governance law and practice, with special emphasis on company directors' powers and duties.
The eJournal is published online as each article or note is refereed, accepted for publication, edited and posted on the web. From time to time, selected contributions will also be published in monographs.
The eJournal will be of interest to lawyers, managers, law and management academics and students. Articles are written by leading researchers, practitioners and students in aspects of corporate governance law and practice.
Corporate Class Actions - A Primer, Victoria S. Baumfield
New Capitalism, Andrew D. Clarke
The gender gap: A quota for women on the board, J. F. Corkery and Madeline Taylor
Executive remuneration under scrutiny: The cutting edge of the 'shareholder spring', Jim Corkery and Sabina Medarevic
Corporate Social Responsibility in China, Jessica Jue Fang
What’s all the talk about Directors’ Ethics?, Wolfgang Harder
The Checks and Balances of Good Corporate Governance, John Lessing
Educational institutions, corporate governance and not-for-profits, John Lessing, David Morrison, and Maria Nicolae
ASIC v Citigroup and fiduciary obligations, Bernard McCabe
Corporate Decision-Making, Corporate Collapse and Inefficiency, Jeremy Pearce Dr
Directors' Duties Of Care, Skill and Diligence In Vietnam, Jeremy Pearce
ASIC v Citigroup: An Amber Light For Proprietary Trading, Thomas Ritchie
Independent Directors: Magic Bullet or Band-Aid?, Thomas Ritchie
Corporate governance in the shadows of private equity, Brendan Scandrett
Corporate governance in Qatar: A comparative analysis, Zain Al Abdin Sharar
Corporate Governance in China, Mabel Tsui
A case of champagne: a study of geographical indications, Tim Jay and Madeline Taylor
Legal risk management in online sales of food and wine, Dan Svantesson