News Articles

December 23, 2016

A «Successful» Case of Activism at the Canadian Pacific Railway: Lessons in Corporate Governance

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | Harvard Law School Forum

September 29, 2016

What’s the risk of losing a significant number of corporate head offices now located in Quebec?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | IGOPP

September 13, 2016

Making Say-on-Pay Vote Binding: A Good Idea?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | The CLS Blue Sky Blog - Columbia Law School

June 27, 2016

Enhancing the Dynamics of Boards of Directors

Yvan Allaire | IGOPP

June 8, 2016

Canadian Global Champions: Their nature and staying power

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | IGOPP

May 13, 2016

The case for dual class of shares

Yvan Allaire | IGOPP

April 21, 2016

Two flawed studies about controlled corporations by ISS and IRRCI

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | IGOPP

April 20, 2016

Japan discovers “good” corporate governance, American style

Yvan Allaire | JAPANTODAY

March 7, 2016

“Good” Governance and Stock Market Performance

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | IGOPP

November 30, 2015

Who Should Pick Board Members?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | The CLS Blue Sky Blog - Columbia Law School

November 9, 2015

The game of ‘activist’ hedge funds: Cui bono?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | International Journal of Disclosure and Governance

October 14, 2015

The Game of “Activist” Hedge Funds: Cui Bono ?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | The CLS Blue Sky Blog - Columbia Law School

September 13, 2015

The Game Of ‘Activist’ Hedge Funds: Cui Bono?

Yvan Allaire and François Dauphin | Value Walk

August 28, 2015

To Govern in the Interest of the Corporation

Yvan Allaire and Stéphane Rousseau | Journal of Management and Sustainability

July 1, 2015

Capturing long-term investors the Toyota way

Yvan Allaire | Financial Post

May 27, 2015

Dual-class of shares: with the proper framework, a benefit for all

Yvan Allaire | Financial Post