Editorial Board

Reviewing and editorial process for the Journal “Corporate Law & Governance Review” involve three main pillars based on the consistent cooperation of the following parties:

Co-Editors-in-Chief are responsible for the journal’s standing and position in the academic world, and for the overall scholarly quality of the journal. They determine the main editorial policies with guidance from the Editorial Board members as needed. Given the international scope and structure of the journal, one of the crucial goals of the Board, and especially of the Co-editors will be to generate interest amongst a variety of scholars from a variety of different locations. The journal policy is guided by two Editors-in-Chief because of the growing challenging issues related to the scope of the journal and its international scope. Co-Editors-in-Chief are assisted by Managing editor who oversees copy editing of papers approved for publication, typesetting, and transmittal of proofs to authors. This editor works closely with authors if an article requires clarifications, regarding the language and formatting issues. The managing editor co-operates with the editor-in-chief to maintain the quality of the journal.

Advisory Board provides to the editorial team their advice with regard to the new topics for commissions, special editions and advising on direction for the journal - giving feedback on past issues and making suggestions for both subject matter and potential authors as well as endorse the journal to authors and readers and encourage colleagues to submit their best work.

Editorial Board is a team of experts in the journal’s field, who takes responsibility to review submitted manuscripts; advise on journal policy and scope; identify topics for special issues, which they may guest edit; attract new authors and submissions. Editorial Board members are selected by the journal’s co-editors. A journal’s Editorial Board can affect its quality, so co-editors consider the following: the location of board members should represent the reach of the journal; board members’ expertise should represent the journal’s scope; representatives should be appointed from key research institutes etc. Paper reviewing in our journal is based on blind peer reviewing.

Gianfranco Vento Regent’s University London, UK
Roberto Moro Visconti Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy
Managing editor:
Daryna Chorna Virtus Interpress, Ukraine
Editorial Board Members:
Andrew Felo Nova Southeastern University, USA
John Lowry University College London, UK
David C. Donald The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Ian King University of Salford, UK
Susan Watson University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ligia Catherine Arias Barrera University of Warwick, UK
Sabrina Bruno University of Calabria, Italy
David Milman Lancaster University, UK
Anita Anand University of Toronto, Canada
Fang Ma University of Portsmouth, UK
Pablo de Andrés Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Clare Chambers-Jones Bristol Law School, UK
Ahmed El-Masry Coventry University, UK
Richard Painter University of Minnesota, USA
Stelios Andreadakis Brunel University, UK
José Vaz Ferreira University of Coimbra, Portugal
Viviane de Beaufort ESSEC Business School, France
Bashar Malkawi College of Law, University of Sharjah, UAE