Jeffrey N. Gordon
Professor Jeffrey N. Gordon is the Richard Paul Richman Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and co-director of the Richman Center for Business, Law and Public Policy and the Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership. He is also a visiting professor at Oxford University and a Fellow of the European Corporate Governance Institute. He has written extensively on corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions over his academic career but after events in fall 2008 began teaching and writing on financial regulation. His work in that field includes: Confronting Financial Crisis: The Case for a Systemic Emergency Insurance Fund, 28 Yale J. Reg. 151 (2011) (with Christopher Muller); Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation in Financial Firms: the Case for Convertible Equity-Based Pay, 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 834; Money Market Funds Run Risk: Will Floating Net Asset Value Fix the Problem? 2014 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 313 (with Christopher M. Gandia); Systemic Harms and Shareholder Value (with John Armour), 6 J. Legal Analysis 35 (2014); The Empty Call for Benefit-Cost Analysis in Financial Regulation, 43 J. of Legal Studies S351 (2014); and Bank Resolution in the European Banking Union: An American Perspective on What It Would Take (with Georg Ringe), 115 Colum. L. Rev. Law Review 1297 (2015). He is co-author of The Principles of Financial Regulation (forthcoming 2016 Oxford Univ. Press), a co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford University Press Handbook on Corporate Law and Governance, and a co-author of The Law and Finance of Corporate Acquisitions (3d edition in progress).
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