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(4/8/2014)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Cynthia Williams, John Conley and Deborah Rupp's article on the comparative analysis of the UK and the US's corporate governance and social responsibility was cited by the Texas Law Review. David A. Skeel, Jr., Corporate Governance and Social Welfare in the Common-Law World, 92 Tex. L. Rev. 973 (2014) (book review).

(3/26/2014)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Cynthia Williams's article on law and finance being inaccurate, incomplete, and important was cited by the Brooklyn Journal of International Law. Xiao Li, Legal and Economic Development With Sui Generis Chinese Characteristics: A Systems Theorist's Perspective, 39 Brook. J. Int'l L. 159 (2014).

(2/24/2014)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Cynthia Williams and Deborah Rupp's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Notre Dame Law Review. D. Daniel Sokol, Policing the Firm, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 785 (2013).

(1/17/2014)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Cynthia Williams and Deborah Rupp's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Fordham Environmental Law Review. Cynthia A. Williams & John M. Conley, Trends in the Social [Ir]responsibility of American Multinational Corporations: Increased Power, Diminished Accountability?, 25 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 46 (2013).

(12/18/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Cynthia Williams and Deborah Rupp's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the UMKC Law Review. Elizabeth J. Kennedy & Michael B. Runnels, Bringing New Governance Home: The Need for Regulation in the Domestic Workplace, 81 UMKC L. Rev. 899 (2013).

(10/28/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Cynthia Williams's article on law and finance being inaccurate, incomplete, and important was cited by the Singapore Journal of Legal Studies. Vivien J.H. Chen, The Evolution of Malaysian Shareholder Protection: A Legal Origins Analysis, 2013 Sing. J. Legal Stud. 100 (2013).

(9/23/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Cynthia Williams's article on law and finance being inaccurate, incomplete, and important was cited by the Cornell Law Review. D. Gordon Smith & Darian M. Ibrahim, Law and Entrepreneurial Opportunities, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 1533 (2013).

(9/23/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra's article on codes of good governance was cited by the Fordham International Law Journal. Fawn Lee, Note, Show Me the Money: Using the Business Case Rationale to Justify Gender Targets in the EU, 36 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1471 (2013).

(9/2/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Gregory Jackson's article on the cross-national diversity of corporate governance was cited by the American Business Law Journal. Shuangge Wen, The Achilles Heel That Hobbles the Asian Giant: The Legal and Cultural Impediments to Antibribery Initiatives in China, 50 Am. Bus. L.J. 483 (2013).

(8/9/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth V. Aguilera and co-authors Michel Goyer and Luiz Ricardo Kabbach-Castro's article on regulation and comparative corporate governance was cited by the Revue Juridique Themis. Konstantinos Sergakis, The UK Stewardship Code: Bridging the Gap Between Companies and Institutional Investors, 47 Revue Juridique Themis 109 (2013).

(5/20/2013)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Professor Cynthia Williams and Deborah Rupp's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Professor Aguilera and co-author Gregory Jackson's article on the cross-national diversity of corporate governance was also cited. Shuangge Wen, Less Is More--A Critical View of Further EU Action Towards a Harmonized Corporate Governance Framework in the Wake of the Crisis, 12 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 41 (2013).

(10/29/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Cardozo Law Review. Michael B. Runnels & Adam M. Burton, The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and New Governance: Incentivizing Ethical Foreign Direct Investment in China and Other Emerging Economies, 34 Cardozo L. Rev. 295 (2012).

(7/30/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Abhijeet K. Vadera's article on antecedents, mechanisms, and outcomes of organizational corruption was cited by the University of Memphis Law Review. S. Todd Brown, Specious Claims and Global Settlements, 42 U. Mem. L. Rev. 559 (2012).

(6/25/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-authors Professors Cynthia Williams and Deborah Rupp's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Seattle University Law Review. Professors Aguilera and Williams's article on law and finance being inaccurate, incomplete, and important was also cited. Peer Zumbansen, Rethinking the Nature of the Firm: The Corporation as a Governance Object, 35 Seattle U. L. Rev. 1469 (2012).

(6/11/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra's article on codes of good governance was cited by the Antitrust Law Journal. D. Daniel Sokol, Cartels, Corporate Compliance, and What Practitioners Really Think about Enforcement, 78 Antitrust L.J. 201 (2012).

(4/2/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera's article on a multilevel theory of social change in organizations was cited by the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy. William Bradford, Beyond Good and Evil: The Commensurability of Corporate Profits and Human Rights, 26 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 141 (2012).

(3/26/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Gregory Jackson's article on the cross-national diversity of corporate governance was cited by the Southern California Law Review. Nicola Faith Sharpe, Process over Structure: An Organizational Behavior Approach to Improving Corporate Boards, 85 S. Cal. L. Rev. 261, 262 (2012).

(1/16/2012)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera's article on putting the S back in corporate social responsibility was cited by the Brooklyn Law Review. Michael B. Runnels & Andrea Giampetro-Meyer, Cooperative NRDA & New Governance, 77 Brook. L. Rev. 107 (2011).

(7/25/2011)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth V. Aguilera and co-authors Professors Cynthia A. Williams and Deborah E. Rupp's article on increasing corporate social responsibility through stakeholder value internalization was cited by Theoretical Inquiries in Law. Professor Aguilera's article on putting the “S” back in corporate social responsibility and a multilevel theory of social change in organizations was also cited. Deborah E. Rupp & Cynthia A. Williams, The Efficacy of Regulation as a Function of Psychological Fit: Reexamining the Hard Law/Soft Law Continuum, 12 Theoretical Inquiries L. 581 (2011).

(7/18/2011)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra's article on codes of good governance was cited by the NYU Journal of Law & Business. Martin Gelter, Taming or Protecting the Modern Corporation? Shareholder-Stakeholder Debates in a Comparative Light, 7 N.Y.U. J. L. & Bus. 641 (2011).

(5/9/2011)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera and co-author Professor Cynthia Williams' article on law and finance was cited by the Boston University International Law Journal. Nuno Garoupa & Carlos Gómez Ligüerre, The Syndrome of the Efficiency of the Common Law, 29 B.U. Int'l L.J. 287 (2011).

(2/14/2011)

Ruth Aguilera

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Professor Ruth Aguilera's article on corporate social responsibility was cited by the Florida Journal of International Law. Iris H-Y Chiu, Standardization in Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting and a Universalist Concept of CSR?--A Path Paved with Good Intentions, 22 Fla. J. Int'l L. 361 (2010).