His scientific interests lie mostly in Finance, Accounting, Control, Investment and Corporate governance. The Financial regulation research he does as part of his general Finance study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Association, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Colin Mayer has researched Accounting in several fields, including Market economy, Inflation accounting, Restructuring and Shareholder.
Colin Mayer focuses mostly in the field of Restructuring, narrowing it down to matters related to Discipline and, in some cases, Equity and Investor protection. His work on Closed-end fund as part of general Investment research is often related to Oecd countries, thus linking different fields of science. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Stakeholder and Indirect finance.
Colin Mayer mainly focuses on Finance, Accounting, Corporate governance, Financial system and Market economy. His Finance research includes themes of Insider and Investment. His work in Accounting covers topics such as Restructuring which are related to areas like Function.
His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Competition, Stakeholder and Remuneration. In his study, Investment opportunities is inextricably linked to Financial market, which falls within the broad field of Financial system. He studied Shareholder and Equity that intersect with Monetary economics.
His primary areas of study are Financial system, Finance, Corporate governance, Corporation and Law and economics. Colin Mayer works mostly in the field of Financial system, limiting it down to topics relating to Asset and, in certain cases, Cost of equity and Bank credit, as a part of the same area of interest. Many of his studies on Finance apply to Investment as well.
His Corporate governance research integrates issues from Valuation and Prosperity. His biological study deals with issues like Government, which deal with fields such as Institutional structure and Restructuring. His Shareholder research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Politics and Public administration.
His main research concerns Corporation, Corporate governance, Financial system, Finance and Financial regulation. In the field of Corporate governance, his study on Shareholder overlaps with subjects such as Information infrastructure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Institutional structure and Restructuring in addition to Financial system.
His work focuses on many connections between Finance and other disciplines, such as Financial crisis, that overlap with his field of interest in Accounting. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Financial institution and Financial intermediary. His Financial regulation study incorporates themes from Financial market, Share price and Reputation.
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New Issues in Corporate Finance
European Economic Review (1988)
Ownership and Control of German Corporations
Julian Franks;Colin Mayer.
Review of Financial Studies (2001)
Finance, Investment and Growth
Wendy Carlin;Colin Mayer.
Journal of Financial Economics (2003)
Financial Systems, Corporate Finance and Economic Development
NBER Chapters (1990)
Returns to shareholder activism: evidence from a clinical study of the Hermes UK Focus Fund
Marco Becht;Julian R. Franks;Colin Mayer;Stefano Rossi.
Review of Financial Studies (2009)
Hostile takeovers and the correction of managerial failure
Julian Franks;Colin Mayer.
Journal of Financial Economics (1996)
Who Disciplines Management in Poorly Performing Companies
Julian R Franks;Colin Mayer;Luc Renneboog.
Journal of Financial Intermediation (2001)
Returns to Shareholder Activism: Evidence from a Clinical Study of the Hermes U.K. Focus Fund
Marco Becht;Marco Becht;Julian R. Franks;Julian R. Franks;Colin Mayer;Colin Mayer;Stefano Rossi;Stefano Rossi.
Social Science Research Network (2008)
Sources of Funds and Investment Activities of Venture Capital Funds: Evidence from Germany, Israel, Japan and the UK.
Colin Mayer;Koen Schoors;Yishay Yafeh.
Journal of Corporate Finance (2005)
Capital markets and corporate control: a study of France, Germany and the UK
Julian Franks;Colin Mayer;Jeremy Hardie;Edmond Malinvaud.
Economic Policy (1990)
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