|Lecturer in Commercial Law||
D dot Katelouzou at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 7620
|Blackdale Annex 0.14|
Dionysia Katelouzou is a Lecturer in Commercial Law at the University of East Anglia, specialising in Company Law, Corporate Governance, Law and Finance and Empirical Legal Studies. She holds an undergraduate degree in Law from the University of Athens (summa cum laude) and an LLM (I class) from the University of Cambridge. She is currently in her final stages of her Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge, researching hedge fund activism under the supervision of Prof Brian R Cheffins. Her Ph.D. thesis employs a novel approach to the study of shareholder activism, hedge fund style, which combines comparative legal analysis with empirical quantitative methods. She is a research associate at the London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics at the University of Birkbeck.
Her teaching has included Company Law, Comparative Corporate Governance and Quantitative Empirical Methods for Lawyers. Her research interests include all aspects of shareholder activism and corporate law, and in particular how the two interact in a comparative legal context.
D Katelouzou (2013) ‘Myths and Realities of Hedge Fund Activism: Some Empirical Evidence’, Virginia Law and Business Review (forthcoming), also available at ssrn: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2152351
D Katelouzou (2012) ‘Is Strong Shareholder Protection a Catalyst for Hedge Fund Activism’, Canadian Law and Economics Association (CLEA) Conference
D Katelouzou (2012) ‘Myths and Realities of Hedge Fund Activism: Empirical Evidence Across 25 Countries’, 10th International Conference on Corporate Governance, Birmingham Business School – Best Paper Prize Award
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