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Dr Rebecca Stratling

Dipl Vw, PhD, PGCLTHE

Associate Professor in Economics/Finance

Rebecca's main research interests focus on the use of institutional economic theory to analyze institutional as well as organizational change. In terms of applied research Rebecca’s interests focus on the role of boards of directors and shareholders’ general meetings for corporate governance and performance.

Biography

Rebecca's main research interests focus on the use of institutional economic theory to analyze institutional as well as organizational change. In terms of applied research Rebecca’s interests focus on the role of boards of directors and shareholders’ general meetings for corporate governance and performance.

Prior to the appointment at Durham in 1999 Rebecca worked for five years at the Department for Economic Theory (II) and the Research Institute for Comparative Economic Systems at the Philipps University, Marburg.

Research Interests

  • Causes and effects of national and international differences in corporate finance and corporate governance
  • The development and impact of internal mechanisms of corporate governance, and the use of institutional economic theory to analyse institutional as well as organizational change
  • The didactics of economics

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Contact Details

Associate Professor in Economics/Finance
+44 191 3345379