Adelaide Law School
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Year Citation 2019 de Zwart, F. (2019). “Enhancing Firm Sustainability Through Governance Part 2: The Framework of the Relational Corporate Governance Approach”. Australian Journal of Corporate Law. 2018 de Zwart, F. (2018). Enhancing Firm Sustainability Through Governance Part 1: The Challenge of Corporate Governance. Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 33(2), 144-165. 2015 de Zwart, F. (2015). Global and national comparative corporate governance codes. Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 30(2), 89-139. 2014 de Zwart, F. (2014). Enron and Hastie: what can we learn?. Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 29(2), 169-211. 2014 de Zwart, F. (2014). Enron's recurring themes. Governance Directions, 66(4), 226-228.
Year Citation 2015 de Zwart, F. (2015). Global and National Comparative Corporate Governance Codes. In Corporate Law Teacher's Association Annual Conference 2015, Corporate Law: local and global dimensions (pp. 1-49). Melbourne Law School. 2014 de Zwart, F. (2014). "Enron and Hastie: What Can We Learn?"
This paper was awarded the Governance Institute of Australia Prize for Best Paper at the Annual Corporate Law Teachers’ Association Conference, 3-4 February, 2014, the leading Australian conference for corporate law academics.. In nnual Corporate Law Teachers’ Association Conference, 3-4 February, 2014. Adelaide.
2007 de Zwart, F., & Gilligan, G. (2007). The relationship between good governance and sustainability in Australian sport. In 2007 Corporate Law Teachers Conference (pp. 1-37). Online: CLTA.
2018 - $2,793
I have a successful Learning Development Grant Application in 2018 for a Module on Indigenous Perspectives on Colonisation and the Law in the First-Year Foundations of Law subject (with Assoc Prof Matthew Stubbs and Prof Alex Reilly). I was part of the team which successfully introduced and trialled this Module in Semester 2 2017. This is significant as one of the first Law Schools in Australia to introduce an Indigenous Perspectives module in an introduction to law course.
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