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SALZBURG GLOBAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FORUM

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Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance

The Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance is a new online discussion series introduced and led by Fellows of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum.

Each month, a different Salzburg Global Fellow publishes a thought-piece to spark discussion around a key issue for the future of corporate governance. Articles are published both on SalzburgGlobal.org and on the professional networking site LinkedIn, where we encourage Fellows and their networks to post responses and join in the discussion. You can find the links to the LinkedIn discussion in each article below.

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Ravi Chaudhry - How Do We Pursue Governance Beyond Compliance?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance, former chairman of Tata Group companies Ravi Chaudhry advises how CEO and Boards can move further toward responsible leadership and entrepreneurship

Zachary Mollengarden - "Human Capital"‚Äč Disclosure: What Is The Role Of Corporate Transparency In Addressing Social Ills?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance, associate at Three Crowns LLP Zachary Mollengarden reflects on corporate transparency, human capital, and the variability of disclosures with the US Securities and Exchange Commission

Shreya Bose - Are Consumers Ready To Make More Informed Choices When It Comes To Climate Change?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance, policy advocate Shreya Bose explores how organizations can help amplify the conversation on climate change and educate consumers

How Should Boards Be Addressing Black Lives Matter And Broader Issues Of Systemic Racial Inequality?

Read the fourth and final summary from the 2020 annual meeting of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum - Putting Directors to the Test: How Does Leadership Measure Up in a Time of Crisis?

Are Companies Prepared To Handle The Converging Risks Of COVID-19 And Climate Change?

Read the third of four summaries from the 2020 annual meeting of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum - Putting Directors to the Test: How Does Leadership Measure Up in a Time of Crisis?

Shared Prosperity: What Is The Role Of The Compensation Committee In Addressing Income Inequality?

Read the second of four summaries from the 2020 annual meeting of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum - Putting Directors to the Test: How Does Leadership Measure Up in a Time of Crisis?

What Does It Take For A Business To Survive An Existential Threat?

Read the first of four summaries from the 2020 annual meeting of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum - Putting Directors to the Test: How Does Leadership Measure Up in a Time of Crisis?

Myeong Cho - Should Audit Committee Members Be Elected Independently Of Other Directors?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance series, professor of strategy and corporate governance Myeong Cho reflects on an innovative proposal for new Korean legislation which its supporters argue would improve the oversight of boards

Kayla Winarsky Green - How Can Human Rights Help Corporations Build Back Better?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance series, human rights and sustainable development advisor Kayla Winarsky Green explores how executives can build stronger and more responsible companies

Christopher Lee - Is the Rise of Index Funds at Odds with Good Corporate Governance?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance series, FAA Investments senior partner Christopher Lee reflects on the relationship between index funds and corporate boards
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The articles and comments represent opinions of the authors and commenters, and do not necessarily represent the views of their corporations or institutions, nor of Salzburg Global Seminar. 

Readers are welcome to address any questions about this series to Forum Director, Charles E. Ehrlich