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CAMBRIDGE, MA – A new report, issued by the Kennedy School of Government's Center for Business and Government (CBG), calls for greater understanding and analysis of government's role in regulating and enforcing the regulation of American corporations.
The report, titled "The Role of Government in Corporate Governance," is a synthesis of discussions and findings emanating from a conference on corporate governance held at the Kennedy School in May 2004. The conference was sponsored by CBG's Regulatory Policy Program.
The report is authored by Cary Coglianese, associate professor of public policy; Thomas J. Healey, adjunct lecturer in public policy; Elizabeth K. Keating, assistant professor of public policy; and Michael L. Michael, senior fellow, Center for Business and Government.
To access the report as a pdf file: http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/cbg/Events/Papers/RPPREPORT8.pdf