HLS Forum on Corporate Governance Continues Growing

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The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance published a total of 647 posts during 2023, and its readership has continued to display steady growth, including:

  • Attracting more than 200,000 unique readers a month;
  • Having visitors to the Forum coming from 233 countries and territories during the year; and
  • Attracting more than 4.1 million page views.

Established in 2006 by Professor Lucian Bebchuk and the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance, the Forum has become the leading online resource and the central outlet for the exchange of ideas and debate in the fields of corporate governance and financial regulation.

The Forum’s posts are distributed daily, not only through its website but also its social media. Followers of the Forum have increased during 2023 to over 15,700 on X (formerly Twitter), over 24,000 on LinkedIn, and over 1,800 on Facebook. In addition, the number of subscribers to the Forum’s daily email release of new posts has grown to over 9,500. To subscribe to our daily email release and to follow the Forum through any of these channels, please click the icons at the top of our sidebar.

To date, the Forum has published since its inception more than 11,000 posts by more than 8,500 different contributors, including prominent academics, public officials, executives, legal and financial advisors, institutional investors, and other market participants. While most posts are solicited by the Editors, the Forum welcomes submissions of unsolicited posts for consideration.

The Forum’s editorial team has commonly been made up of Fellows of the Program on Corporate Governance. Former members of the Forum’s editorial team who now hold academic positions include  Itai Fiegenbaum (St. Thomas University)Tami Groswald Ozery (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), Scott Hirst (Boston University), Robert Jackson (NYU Law School), Kobi Kastiel (Tel Aviv University), James Naughton (UVA), Yaron Nili (Wisconsin), Noam Noked (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Aisha Saad (Georgetown Law), Greg Shill (Iowa), R. Christopher Small (University of Houston), Holger Spamann (Harvard), Wanling Su (Indiana University), Roberto Tallarita (Harvard), and Andrew Tuch (Washington University).

The success of the Forum has been made possible by the contribution of numerous authors, as well as by the engagement of the Forum’s ever-growing readership. As we celebrate another year of growth, we are deeply grateful for the support of our contributors and readers and look forward to continuing fruitful engagement in 2024!

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