Centre for Corporate Governance Research
The objective of the Centre for Corporate Governance Research (CCGR) is to improve the insight into how the governance of firms influences the welfare of its stakeholders.
The Centre for Corporate Governance Research (CCGR) focuses on empirical research and primarily studies Norwegian firms. The projects often use data that are difficult to obtain in other countries (such as unusually detailed ownership data for listed firms and high-quality accounting data for non-listed firms) or that reflect institutional environments which are unique internationally (such as mandatory representation of employees and females on the board of directors). The CCGR pays special attention to the private industry in general and to non-listed firms and family firms in particular.
The quality control devices of the CCGR are a careful selection of research teams, a commitment to publishing in reputable academic journals, close interaction with the business community and regulating bodies, and a policy of disseminating the findings to the general public through the media.
Øyvind BøhrenDepartment of Finance
- Phone: +4746410503
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BI Norwegian Business School
The CCGR is associated with the Department of Finance.
Switchboard: +47 46 41 00 00
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 - European Corporate Governance Institute
CCGR project receives Best Paper Award from the European Corporate Governance Institute
Tuesday, 20 March 2018 - NRK Radio
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Friday, 19 January 2018 - BI Business Review
Making us wiser in corporate governance
Professor Øyvind Bøhren receives BI's award for impact on society and research communication 2018. - Bøhren participates in many of the major business debates, has an international impact, and has…
Tuesday, 12 December 2017 - Oxford Business Law Blog
CCGR project featured on Oxford Business Law Blog
The ECGI working paper “Dividends and Taxes: The Moderating Role of Agency Conflicts” was recently featured on the Oxford Business Law Blog.