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Regulation and Industrial Strategy

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Academic involved in Economist  Intelligence Unit report 

The Economist interviewed and cited Professor Ania Zalewska as part of their briefing paper on Creating Innovation Ecosystems in Eastern Europe.

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Perspectives on the regulation of   public services 

Join Andrew Wright, from the Durham Energy Institute, give his talk on Friday 16 November.

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Investor stewardship in the context of   the common ownership debate 

Join Dr Anastasia Petraki, Head of Research and Statistics at the Investment Association, give her talk on Friday 9 November.

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Responding to climate change   financial risks 

Patrick Cleary from the Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority discussed what insurers need to consider about arising climate change risk.

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Academic joins the Fond National de  Recherche 

Professor Ania Zalewska has joined a panel of international experts and members of the Research Council of the Fond National de Recherche (FNR) to design Luxembourg’s national research priorities for the next 5-10 years.

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CGR seminar series 2017:   Environment, technology and   regulation

April - June 2017

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Director of Centre

Professor Ania Zalewska

Deputy Director

Dr Phil Tomlinson

The Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy (CGR&IS) is a leading academic and policy research centre combining expertise across various social sciences (accounting, economics, finance, law, management, and politics). Its objective is to build a platform to foster leading international research and develop communication for cross-disciplinary research on the design and implementation of governance structures, forms of control and regulation that ensure that organisations, regions and markets are run effectively, efficiently, and lawfully and in the public interest. The Centre's research covers a wide range of topics relevant for the sound functioning of the financial sector, not-for-profit organisations and initiatives, industrial and environmental development. The Centre's mission is to:

The Centre’s mission is to:

  • inform academic and current practitioner debates through the provision of leading international academic and policy research
  • develop close collaboration between academic and business worlds to maximise the potential for cross-fertilisation.