Marc Moore joined the Faculty of Laws in 2009, having previously lectured at the University of Bristol (2004-2009). He is Deputy Director of the UCL Centre for Commercial Law, and specialism convenor for graduate corporate law teaching at UCL. Marc also acted as director of the UCL Centre for Ethics & Law during the formative stages of its development. He is the joint commissioning editor of a new Palgrave-Macmillan advanced text series on Corporate and Financial Law, and is a content editor of Routledge Company Law Statutes and Tolley’s Company Law. In 2011, Marc was a visiting professor in the Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Center on Corporations, Law & Society based at the Seattle University School of Law, where he taught courses in US business entities law and comparative corporate law. In 2010, he was UK national reporter on corporate governance for the 18th Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law.
Research Marc’s principal research interests are in UK and US corporate law, corporate governance, capital markets and theory of the firm. His most recent work (currently in press) is Corporate Governance in the Shadow of the State (2013, Hart Publishing).
M. Moore, Corporate Governance in the Shadow of the State (2013, Hart Publishing, forthcoming - in press)
'Revitaliizing the Institutional Roots of Anglo-American Corporate Governance' (2011) 40 Economy and Society 884-111 (co-written with Antoine Reberioux).
'The Evolving Contours of the Board's Risk Management Function in UK Corporate Governance' (2010) 10 Journal of Corporate Law Studies 279-308.
'Corporate Power in the Public Eye: Re-Assessing the Implications of Berle's Public Consensus Theory' (2010) 33 Seattle University Law Review 1109-1139 (co-written with Antoine Rebérioux).
‘Whispering Sweet Nothings: The Limitations of Informal Conformance in UK Corporate Governance' (2009) 9 Journal of Corporate Law Studies 77-120.
‘The End of Comply or Explain in UK Corporate Governance?' (2009) 60 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 85-103.
‘Taking Stock of Corporate and Securities Law in Uncertain Times' (2009) Lloyds Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 134-143.
‘A Temple Built on Faulty Foundations: Piercing the Corporate Veil and the Legacy of Salomon v Salomon ' (2006) Journal of Business Law 180-203.
‘Directors' Pay as a Creditor Concern: The Lesson from MG Rover' (2006) 27 The Company Lawyer 237-242.
‘Corporate Governance: Scope, Key Components, and Regulatory Dynamics’ in K.J. Hopt (ed), Comparative Corporate Governance (2012, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
‘The Corporate Governance of the Firm as an Entity: Old Lessons for the New Debate', in Y. Biondi, A. Canziani and T. Kirat (eds.), The Firm as an Entity: Implications for Economics, Accounting and the Law (Routledge, 2007), 348-374 (co-written with Antoine Rebérioux).
Short Articles / Commentaries
‘Company Law, Corporate Governance and the Banking Crisis: Introduction' (2010) International Corporate Rescue, special online issue on Company Law, Corporate Governance and the Banking Crisis.
‘Why UK Company Law Must Face Up to the Political Realities of Today's Economic World' (2006) 17 International Company and Commercial Law Review 297-299.
Beyond Private Ordering: Towards an 'Intelligent Design' Theory of Corporate Law Evolution (UCL Research Seminar Paper, October 2010)
'From Minimization to Exploitation: Re-Conceptualizing the Corporate Governance Problem' (2009) CLPE Research Paper No. 16/2009 (co-written with Antoine Rebérioux).
Company Law Statutes 2012-2013 (London: Routledge, 2012).
Professional Journal Articles
‘Averting Overprescription of UK Corporate Governance Norms' (2008) 2(1) Journal of Securities Law, Regulation and Compliance 71-87.
‘ Phoenix Trading Within Groups – Extending the Boundaries' (2008) 8(1) Tolley's Company Law & Insolvency Newsletter 1-3.
‘Phoenix Trading' (2008) 32(6) Tolley's Company Secretary's Review 46-47.
'New Corporate Manslaughter [etc.] Bill' (2006) 6(3) Tolley's Company Law & Insolvency Newsletter 1-3.
'Response to FRC consultation on annual re-election of directors / chairman, on behalf of members of the LLM course Corporate Governance in the UK and US at University College London' (March 2010; co-written with Steven Slade, Folake Fawehinmi, Nikoletta Kleftouri, Glenn Donnelly, Joseph Segilia, Chrispas Nyombi, Ying Xu, Folajimi Alli-Balogun, and Giedre Berberausaite), published on the official website of the UK Financial Reporting Council.
‘Response to FRC Review of the Effectiveness of the Combined Code' (May 2009), published on the official website of the UK Financial Reporting Council.
‘Comments on the IOSCO Technical Committee Consultation Report on Private Equity', in Technical Committee of the International Organization of Securities Commissions, Private Equity: Final Report (May 2008), 40-42.
‘International Congress on Comparative Law: National Report on Corporate Governance in the UK'.
Current Teaching Undergraduate
Postgraduate Corporate Governance in the UK and US
Corporate Social Responsibility: An International Perspective
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