Bebchuk ranked as one of the 100 most influential people in finance
Post date: January 12, 2006
Lucian Bebchuk, director of Harvard Law School's Program on Corporate Governance, appears on 2005 list of "100 most influential people in finance" put together by Treasury & Risk Management. Others on the list are Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, President George w. Bush, Oracle CEO Lawrence Ellison, activist investor Carl Ichan, Senator Richard Shelby, NY State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer JD ' 84, NYSE CEO John Thain, and Lazzard CEO Bruce Wasserstein JD ' 71. The only other academics on the list are NYU's Edward Altman, who created Altman's Z-score for measuring a company's credit worthiness, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel, author of two classic best-sellers on investments, and Chicago's Richard Thaler, a pioneer in the area of behavioral finance. In placing Bebchuk in this list, Treasury & Risk Management referred to his work on corporate governance reform and his co-authored book on "Pay without performance." The full list of 100 most influential individuals can be found on http://www.treasuryandrisk.com/issues/2005_06/careers/416-1.html
updated: May 05
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