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Mw.prof.dr. Mijntje Lückerath (Full Professor)
Mw.prof.dr. Mijntje Lückerath
Business & Society (Corporate Governance), Finance (Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, Financial Services), Management & Organisation (Business Ethics, Corporate Governance)
Prof. dr. Mijntje Lückerath is professor in Corporate Governance at Tilburg University/TIAS. Her research focuses on the role of the board of directors, corporate governance, especially with respect to boardroom dynamics (including independency, board evaluations, transparency and board diversity). She is the author of the annual Dutch Female Board Index, co-author of the annual Dutch Non-executive Directors survey and of a Code of Conduct for Non-executive directors. She is (chief-)editor of the Yearbook Corporate Governance (Kluwer) and of a Dutch journal on Good Governance (‘Tijdschrift Goed Bestuur’). She is also a member of the Supervisory Boards of Achmea (no.1 Dutch insurer) and of the investment- and greenfund(s) of the sustainable ASN Bank.
Mijntje Lückerath graduated in 1994 with a masters degree in Financial Business Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Afterwards she worked until 2001 at Rabobank International in various financial positions, lastly as Vice-President Project Finance. From 2001 till 2012 she worked at the Erasmus University as Associate Professor Financial Markets and Supervision. From 2010 till 2013 she was professor of Corporate Governance at Nyenrode Business University. Her PhD-thesis concerned the decisions usefulness of the (operating) lease accounting standard.
Lückerath-Rovers, M., & Bos, A. de. (2011). Code of conduct for non-executive directors and supervisors.
Journal of Business Ethics
, 100(3), 465-481.
Lückerath-Rovers, M. (2013), Women on Boards and Company Performance,
Journal of Management and Governance
, vol. 17, nr.2, p.491-509
Lückerath-Rovers, M., M. Scheltema en A. de Bos (2010), Het RvC-verslag: weinig inzicht in toezicht,
Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie
, November 2010.
Lückerath-Rovers, M. (2011).
Mores Leren : Soft Controls in Corporate Governance
. Breukelen: Nyenrode Business Universiteit. Also available at Harvard
Lückerath-Rovers, M., & Paans, S. (2011, april). De haalbaarheid van het quota wetsvoorstel.
, 4, 160-164.
May 21, 2014
Measuring effectiveness of SB still in infancy
Speech by Mijntje Lückerath: Correlation of factors and purpose of supervisory board requires further study...
May 16, 2014
Ban the bias from the boardroom
It is not so much the laissez-faire attitude of directors that leads to wrong decisions, but their bias or prejudices, says Mijntje Lückerath-Rovers...
February 7, 2014
Governance codes offer no magic solution to behavioral change
Report of the 'Internal monitoring: a focus on culture and behavior' meeting at which Mijntje Luckerath spoke about governance codes...
January 22, 2014
Marcel Smits on when a supervisory board is successful
Marcel Smits and Sara Lee on the two most important questions for a supervisory board: is it an effective supervisory board and how do we assess this?
January 15, 2014
Results of the National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2013
Supervisory board members devote almost half their time to monitoring and a third to providing advice about strategy...
January 8, 2014
Divide supervision and advice equally in the Supervisory Board
Monitors should divide supervision and advise equally, according to Mijntje Lückerath-Rovers...
December 17, 2013
Twenty-five CEOs' views on their Supervisory Board Members
A survey of CEOs from the largest companies in the Netherlands of how directors assess their supervisory board members...
December 11, 2013
The supervisory board member is pushed too much into a monitoring role
A supervisory board member is also an advisor, employer and networker: these three roles are important for the company's continuity...
November 20, 2013
Publication of the third edition of the Corporate Governance Yearbook
The Corporate Governance Yearbook 2013 also addresses aspects of governance in cooperatives, social organizations, the MKB and family-run companies...
November 18, 2013
Jos Streppel on the Dutch Corporate Governance Code Monitoring Committee's final report
Jos Streppel on his committee's final report and the progress made in recent years related to compliance with the Code
October 2, 2013
Minister Jet Bussemaker takes receipt of the Governance Code for Culture
The Governance Code for Culture offers more possibilities for effective, critical discussions between the management, monitors and stakeholders...
September 5, 2013
The Dutch Female Board Index 2013
The number of female supervisory board members has risen dramatically: four Dutch stock listed companies already satisfy the EU quota...
January 1, 2013
Results of the National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2012
The National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2012 focused on the impact of the various governance codes on the supervisory board member's role...
September 21, 2012
The Dutch Female Board Index 2012
'The Dutch Female Board Index 2012' reveals that of 60 newly appointed supervisory board members in stock listed companies, only 14 were women (23...
January 1, 2012
Results of the National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2011
The National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2011 focuses specifically on assessing the supervisory board...
August 31, 2011
The Dutch Female Board Index 2011
The Female Board Index 2011 provides an overview of women representation on the management and supervisory boards of 97 Dutch NVs (public companies)...
January 1, 2011
Results of the National Supervisory Board Member Survey 2010
The 2010 survey focuses specifically on the accountability of supervisory board members and monitors, in for example the Supervisory Board Report or in other communication media...
August 31, 2010
The Dutch Female Board Index 2010
The annual Female Board Index does not reveal any increase in the number of stock listed companies with women at the top; the number continues to stagnate at 39 out of 99 companies...
August 31, 2009
The Dutch Female Board Index 2009
The Dutch ‘Female Board Index 2009’ provides for the third year an overview of female representation on the Executive Boards and Supervisory Boards of 107 Dutch NV companies listed on Euronext Amsterdam...
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