London Business School Review

Professor of Finance

The gap between the owners and managers of listed companies is narrowing and that can only be a good thing

By Julian Franks

30 years ago, Michael Jensen, of Harvard Business School, predicted “the eclipse of the public corporation”. It has happened.

By Julian Franks

Julian Franks talks to Stuart Crainer about being prepared for the next financial crisis

By Julian Franks

An important contributory factor to the banking crisis has been the implicit and explicit guarantees by the State on bank deposits.

By Julian Franks

Over the last 40 years the world of finance has been revolutionised. In no other discipline are theory and practice so intimately related.

By Julian Franks

Julian Franks “You may be unsure about life after death for humans, but there is most surely life after death for companies.”

By Julian Franks

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