2009 - Present
“Recent developments in U.S. Corporate Governance: Dodd-Frank and After”, Revue D’Économie Financiére (forthcoming, March 2012)
“Reclaiming Fiduciary Duty Balance’, Rotman International Journal of Pension Management Fall 2011, Vol 4, Issue 2, with Keith Johnson and Ed Waitzer.
“Towards a Fiduciary Capitalism Perspective on Business Ethics”, in Finance and Sustainability (Emerald Group Publishing, UK), eds. Celene Louche, Roland Perez and William Sun (forthcoming fall 2011).
Sovereign Wealth and Pension Funds: Conceptualizing Implications for ‘Responsible Investment’, with Shyam Kamath and Andrew T Williams. Revue d’economie financière (April 2009), special issue.
“Corporate Initiatives on Climate Change”, (co-authored with) Paul Dickenson and Andrew T. Williams, in, Armin Rosencrantz and Steve Schneider Climate Change Science and Policy, 2009.
2002 - 2008
Guest co-editor (with Andrew Williams), special issue of Corporate Governance: An International Journal Vol 14, No 3 (May 2007), on Universal Owners.
“Universal Owners: Challenges and Opportunities” (with Andrew Williams)
“Universal Ownership: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges”, (co-edited with Andrew Williams and Mercer Investment Consulting. (October 2007)
“Shifting Ground: Emerging Global Corporate Governance Standards and the Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism,” with Andrew T. Williams, Environment and Planning A 37(11) 1995–2013 (see working papers)
“The Universal Owner’s Role in Sustainable Economic Development”,
(Co-authored with Andrew T. Williams) (Updated and significantly expanded from 2002 version) in Responsible Investment, (Green Leaf Press, London: 2005), ed. Rory Sullivan and Craig Mackenzie.
(Excepted in: “Research Letter”, Saint Mary’s College of California, School of Economics and Business Administration.)
“Universal Owners, Fiduciary Duty and Materiality,” (with Andrew T. Williams), 0.618 (United National Environmental Programme-Financial Initiative, Issue 5, January 2005, p.4)
- "The Universal Owner's Role in Sustainable Economic Development", James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams, Corporate Environmental Strategy, Vol. 9, No. 3 (2002)
- "Can Universal Owners Be Socially Responsible Investors?", James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams.
The SRI Advantage, Edited by Peter Camejo. New Society Publishers, 2002.
- "The Emergence of Universal Owners: Some Implications of Institutional Equity Ownership", Hawley, J. and Williams A., Challenge, The Magazine of Economic Affairs, July-August, 2000.
- "The Emergence of Fiduciary Capitalism", Hawley, J. and Williams A., Corporate Governance, October, 1997.
- "The Corporate Board of Directors as Philosopher Kings: The NACD Blue Ribbon Report on Director Professionalism", Hawley, J., Williams, A., Fall, 1997, Business and the Contemporary World.
- "Labour's Paradoxical Interests and the Evolution of Corporate Governance", Hawley, J., Williams, A. and Ghilarducci T., Journal of Law and Society, March, 1997.
- "Beyond the Financial Model of the Firm as workable corporate governance: U.S. governance as a work in progress and the emergence of institutionsl investors as universal "owners", Hawley, J.,
in Corporate Governance, Les perspectives Internationales, Collection Finance et Societe, eds. Alice Pezard et Jean-Marie Thiveaud, (Montchrestien, Paris), pp. 131-138, 1997.
- "Universal Owners: Can Europe Avoid U.S. Corporate Governance Mistakes?", Hawley, J. and Williams A., Tomorrow's Business, June, 1996.
- "Political Voice, Fiduciary Activism and the Institutional Ownership of U.S. Corporations: The Role of Public and Non-Corporate Pension Funds", Hawley, J., Sociological Perspectives, Fall, 1995.
- "Getting the Herd to Run: Shareholder Activism at the California Public Employees Retirement System", Hawley, J., Williams A. and Miller J., Business and the Contemporary World, Fall, 1994.