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The Nordic Corporate Governance Network
NCGN is a network for Nordic researchers in corporate governance. It was founded in 2010 with the aim of contributing to a deeper international understanding of the Nordic corporate governance model. The Network arranges workshops and colloquia, promotes cooperation between Nordic researchers and aims to make research results more visible in the Nordic region and on an international arena. The network comprises 163 faculty members, predominantly from Nordic universities.

To register in the network, please send e-mail to Therese Strand: ts.int@cbs.dk. The network board 2016-17 comprises assistant professor Therese Strand, Copenhagen Business School (ts.int@cbs.dk), professor Minna Martikainen, Hanken School of Economics (minna.martikainen@hanken.fi), professor Karin Thorburn, Norwegian School of Economics (karin.thorburn@nhh.no), professor Bo Becker, Stockholm School of Economics, (bo.becker@hhs.se) and associate professor Throstur Olaf Sigurjonsson, Reykjavik University and Copenhagen Business School (throstur@ru.is and osi.int@cbs.dk).

Centre for Finance at the University of Gothenburg
The Centre for Finance (CFF) is an interdisciplinary (across faculties) research center within the University of Gothenburg. The objective of the research center is to provide an organizational structure that enables interdisciplinary research. The faculties involved at CFF are the School of Business, Economics and Law, the Faculty of Social Sciences (Psychology) and The Faculty of Science/Chalmers (Mathematics). CFF has its administrative base at the Department of Economics.

Gothenburg
Founded in 1621, Gothenburg is with its more than 550,000 inhabitants the second largest city in Sweden. Originally a fortified Dutch trading colony and later the home base for the Swedish East-India Company, Gothenburg evolved into an important industrial centre with the largest port in the Nordic countries and with companies such as Volvo, SKF, and Astra Zeneca having operations here. In later years blue-collar industries are gradually being replaced with high-tech and event- and tourism industries. Besides the University of Gothenburg, the city is also the home of the Chalmers University of Technology.
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