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Summer School on Corporate Governance

29 June 2018
Effectiveness of Boards

A summer school on ‘Corporate Governance’ is meant to further develop research skills for researchers in this area. The summer school will take place between July 9th and July 14th of 2018 at the University of Groningen and will be taught by leading experts in the field of Corporate Governance.

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Dates + location

9 - 13 July 2018, Groningen, the Netherlands

Target level

ReMa, PhDs, Postdocs, academic staff members
and practitioners with relevant academic background

Coordinators

Niels Hermes, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen
Reggy Hooghiemstra
Kees van Veen

Fees

650 (excluding housing)
€895 (including housing)

More details about the Summer School on Corporate Governance .

Do you have any questions? Please contact prof. dr. Niels Hermes

email: c.l.m.hermes@rug.nl

tel: 050 36 34863

Last modified:10 July 2018 11.41 a.m.

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