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In this episode of See generally, University of Southern California Gould School of Law Professor Dorothy Lund joins Kristen Marino to discuss her research in corporate law and corporate governance. Professor Lund outlines her new article, Asset Managers as Regulators, in which she develops a theoretical framework for evaluating the role of asset managers in the modern regulatory environment. She discusses the costs and benefits of these dynamics and corporations’ responses to them. Additionally, Professor Lund explains the role of the government in managing this privatization of regulation, as well as the effects of intermediation and agency costs. Lastly, Professor Lund discusses the difficult normative questions associated with this development.
Interview by Kristen Marino, Media Editor, Vol. 171, University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
Produced and edited by Andrew Gormley.
Cover Art by Emily Horwitz, Online Executive Editor, Vol. 170, University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
Cite as: See generally, A Conversation with Professor Dorothy Lund, U. Pa. L. Rev. (Jan. 23, 2023), https://anchor.fm/see-generally-podcast.
© University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2023.