Adelaide Law School
Faculty of the Professions
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - 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 (2018), 33(2). 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 2018 de Zwart, F. (2018). Handbook of Relational Corporate Governance for the Governance and Supervision of Banks, currently 150,000 words and 595 variables.. 2015 de Zwart, F. (2015). Enhancing firm sustainability through governance, the relational corporate governance approach (Vol. 34, 1 ed.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2019 Co-Supervisor Financial intermediaries: Their role in the provision of financial services; associated issues and the need for regulatory reform Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Mr Giuseppe Mottillo
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