Shanshan Zhu

University of Genoa - Law School

Via Balbi 22, 6th floor

Genoa, Genoa 16100

Italy

EUSFIL Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence

Academic Fellow

Via Balbi

Genoa

Italy

http://www.eusfil.eu

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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The EU Sustainable Governance Consultation and the Missing Link to Soft Law

European Corporate Governance Institute - Law Working Paper No. 576/2021
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 12 Apr 2021
Guido Ferrarini, Michele Siri and Shanshan Zhu
University of Genoa - Law Department and Centre for Law and Finance, University of Genoa - Law Department and University of Genoa - Law School
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sustainable corporate governance, soft law, corporate governance codes, short-termism, directors’ duties, sustainable finance, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, shareholder primacy, shareholder value, shared value, social value, stakeholder theory, stakeholder governance, stakeh

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Will the EU Commission Successfully Integrate Sustainability Risks and Factors in the Investor Protection Regime? A Research Agenda

Sustainability 2019, 11, 6292
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 19 Dec 2019
Michele Siri and Shanshan Zhu
University of Genoa - Law Department and University of Genoa - Law School
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European Union, MiFID II, sustainable finance, investor protection, ESG investing, EU law, non-financial reporting

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Is There a Role for Benefit Corporations in the New Sustainable Governance Framework?

European Corporate Governance Institute - Law Working Paper No. 588/2021, An edited version of this paper will be published in the Festschrift for Rolf Skog (forthcoming)
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 23 Jun 2021
Guido Ferrarini and Shanshan Zhu
University of Genoa - Law Department and Centre for Law and Finance and University of Genoa - Law School
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Benefit corporation, corporate purpose, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, shareholder primacy, shareholder value, shared value, social value, stakeholder governance, sustainability