Paul Sanderson
Paul Sanderson
Senior Lecturer (Management), Anglia Ruskin Univ., and Research Associate, Univ. of Cambridge
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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In the mirror of the market: The disciplinary effects of company/fund manager meetings
J Roberts, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Hendry
Accounting, Organizations and Society 31 (3), 277-294, 2006
2662006
In the mirror of the market: The disciplinary effects of company/fund manager meetings
J Roberts, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Hendry
Accounting, Organizations and Society 31 (3), 277-294, 2006
2662006
Applying the ‘comply-or-explain’principle: discursive legitimacy tactics with regard to codes of corporate governance
D Seidl, P Sanderson, J Roberts
Journal of management & governance 17 (3), 791-826, 2013
1132013
Owners or traders? Conceptualizations of institutional investors and their relationship with corporate managers
J Hendry, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Roberts
Human Relations 59 (8), 1101-1132, 2006
992006
Responsible ownership, shareholder value and the new shareholder activism
J Hendry, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Roberts
Competition & Change 11 (3), 223-240, 2007
802007
Can company-fund manager meetings convey informational benefits? Exploring the rationalisation of equity investment decision making by UK fund managers
R Barker, J Hendry, J Roberts, P Sanderson
Accounting, Organizations and Society 37 (4), 207-222, 2012
652012
Applying" comply-or-explain": Conformance with Codes of Corporate Governance in the UK and Germany
D Seidl, P Sanderson, J Roberts
Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 2009
332009
International comparison of ten medical regulatory systems: Egypt, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, South Africa and Spain
H de Vries, P Sanderson, B Janta, L Rabinovich, F Archontakis, S Ismail, ...
Rand Corporation, 2009
322009
Flexible or not? The comply-or-explain principle in UK and German corporate governance
P Sanderson, D Seidl, J Roberts, B Krieger
University of Cambridge. Centre for Business Research Working Paper, 2010
182010
Flexible or not? The comply-or-explain principle in UK and German corporate governance
P Sanderson, D Seidl, J Roberts, B Krieger
University of Cambridge. Centre for Business Research Working Paper, 2010
182010
Applying “comply-or-explain”: Conformance with codes of corporate governance in the UK and Germany. Centre for Business Research
D Seidl, P Sanderson, J Roberts
University of Cambridge Working Paper, 2009
112009
The impacts of family support on access to homeownership for young people in the UK
C Udagawa, P Sanderson
Social Mobility Commission, 2017
9*2017
Comply or Explain: The Flexibility of Corporate Governance Codes in Theory & in Practice
D Seidl, P Sanderson
End of Zero Risk Regulation: Risk Toleration in Regulatory Practice-2nd …, 2007
62007
What Britain needs is a bank of mum and dad for all
P Sanderson
The Guardian, 2017
52017
Applying the “Comply-or-Explain” Principle: Conformance with Codes of Corporate Governance in the UK and Germany
D Seidl, P Sanderson, J Roberts
Journal of Management & Governance, 2012
42012
Regulating the Corporation: The Role of the Institutional Investor
P Sanderson, J Hendry, J Roberts, R Barker
Journal of Corporate Ownership & Control 3 (1), 127-134, 2005
42005
The Limits of Flexible Regulation: Managers' Perceptions of Corporate Governance Codes and" comply-or-explain"
P Sanderson, D Seidl, J Roberts
Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, 2013
32013
Owners, Traders and Providers of Capital: The multiple faces of institutional investors
J Hendry, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Roberts
Centre for Business Research Working Paper, forthcoming, 2004
32004
Owners, Traders and Providers of Capital: The multiple faces of institutional investors
J Hendry, P Sanderson, R Barker, J Roberts
Centre for Business Research Working Paper, forthcoming, 2004
32004
The corporate-fund management interface: objectives, information and valuation
R Barker, P Sanderson, J Hendry, J Roberts
Brunel Research in Enterprise, Innovation, Sustainability, and Ethics, 2004
22004
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