A compilation of recent papers.
- “Modern Portfolio Theory and Risk Management: Assumptions and Unintended Consequences”, with Mehdi Beyhaghi, (under submission).
- “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 - Link to article
- “Corporate Fraud and Corruption: What corporate governance can and cannot do”, Principles of Responsible Academic Network Digest April 2011.
- “Reclaiming Pension Fund Fiduciary Duty Fundamentals”, with Keith Johnson and Ed Waitzer, Principles of Responsible Investment Academic Network, annual conference, Stockholm, Sweden, September 2011.
- “Modern Portfolio Theory: its unintended contribution to the financial crisis”, SRI in the Rockies, San Antonio, Texas, 2010.
- “Fiduciary duties of major institutional investors” (working title), with Keith Johnson and Ed Waitzer, Principles of Responsible Investment Academic Network conference, May 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark.
- “An exploration into corporate governance, risk analysis and the financial crisis: what did universal owners do, and not do, to contribute to the crisis?”, Principles of Responsible Investment Academic Network conference, Ottawa, Canada, October 2009.
- “Shifting Ground: Emerging Global Corporate Governance Standards and the Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism,” (April 2004), with Andy Williams, Global Finance Conference, Las Vegas. (Joint paper, presented by Andy Williams)
- "Shifting Ground: Emerging Global Corporate Governance Standards and the Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism." (November 2003), with Andrew T. Williams. Invited paper at the Conference on Global Standards, University of Oxford, co-sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council Future Governance Programme, and Bistol University (U.K.)
- “The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism and its Implications for the Economy and Society: Universal Owners in a Post-Enron World,” The Post-Keynesian Conference, University of Missouri, July, 2002.
- "Fiduciary Capitalism Post Enron: Does Ownership Still Matter?", James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams, Presented at the 7th International Post Keynesian Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, June 2002.
- "Can Universal Owners Be Socially Responsible Investors?", Andrew T. Williams, SRI in the Rockies, Tucson, Arizona, September 2001.
- "Fiduciary Capitalism", James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams,
Bottomline 2001 Conference, San Francisco, California, April 2001.
- "Stockholders as Stakeholders? Implications for Universal Investors", Hawley, J. and Williams, A.
Allied Social Science Meetings, Chicago, IL. January, 1998.
- "Comparative Corporate Governance: Explaining Changing Patterns in France, The U.S., The U.K. and Germany", Hawley, J., Annual Conference, Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington, March, 1996. Link to article
- "Corporate Governance in the United States: The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism, a Review of the Literature, Hawley, J. and Williams, A., Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, 1996.",
(Winner, First Prize. Lens, Inc., 1996 International Corporate Governance Paper Competition).
- "The Westinghouse Corporation and Institutional Investor Activism", Hawley, J. and Williams, A.,
6th annual meetings of the International Association for Business and Society, Vienna, Austria, June, 1995. - Link to article