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Professor Kang Presents on Corporate Governance at International Conference in Beijing

STL Professor Sang Yop Kang recently participated in a March 2018 international conference on “Diversity of Shareholders and Corporate Governance” at Peking University Law School in Beijing. Professor Kang presented his research on “Unpacking Voting Leverage Mechanisms: Theoretical Analysis,” which analyzes voting leverage mechanisms, controlling minority structures, agency problems, law and finance theory, ownership gap (and its potential abuse in tunneling), and other corporate governance issues.  He also raised the possibility that multiple voting leverage mechanisms can be used in a corporation.

Professor Kang was joined at the conference by leading corporate law scholars from China, Japan, Korea, and Germany, including faculty from Peking University, Tsinghua University and Renmin University.

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