Financial Regulatory Suspensions and Debt Provision during the Covid-19 crisis

Policymakers and regulators have launched financial relief and rescue programs to promote economic recovery and alleviate household suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic. In doing so, prudential regulation for banks has been adjusted and it remains uncertain if such suspensions are temporary or entail longer-term effects. In our paper ‘Debt Expansion as “Relief and Rescue” at the Time of […]

Employee Advisory Panels: A new paradigm for shareholder-based governance in the US in light of COVID-19?

Courtesy of Konstantinos Sergakis and Andreas Kokkinis Employee participation in corporate governance refers to a range of institutions, voluntary or legally mandated, that engage employees in corporate decision-making. Examples include works councils with co-decision powers on labor matters, advisory panels, information and consultation committees, employee share ownership schemes, and board representation. In the US, Senator […]