Mr Lu Wang
Mr Lu Wang graduated with a LLB from China Univerisity of Political Science and Law in 2007. He then came to Durham University, where he obtained a LLM in International Trade and Commercial Law in 2008.
Mr Lu Wang is currently a Phd candidate at the University of Durham under the supervision of Mr Chris Riley and Mr Jonathan Makwiri. He is currently researching the topic of executive remuneration. His study is a comparative one, focusing on the UK and China. Ultimately, it aims to address optimal executive remuneration structure for China by borrowing UK's experience.
His study proposes to identify which would be the optimal approach to setup executive remuneration. In particular, the study will align all the experiences, before and after the 2008 financial crisis, from the area of law, economics, management and sociology. To examine this issue, law, business datas and academic theory in the United Kingdom and China will be discussed.
The results of his study are expected to provide a optimal structure of executive remuneration and improve the effectiveness of corporate governance.
- Company Law
- Corporate Governance
- Executive Remuneration