Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance (CCEG)

Improving corporate ethics, governance, and financial risk regulation through objective, empirical research and analysis.

The RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance, or CCEG, is committed to improving public understanding of corporate ethics, law, and governance. The Center also addresses related problems in public policy and risk management, particularly concerning the relationship between regulators and the private sector. The Center carries out studies with support from government, foundation, and private-sector sponsors. In all instances, our work reflects a commitment to impartiality, objective analysis, and multi-disciplinary problem solving.

CCEG Blog Postings

  • Volkswagen Appoints Feinberg to Head Independent Resolution Program

    Dec 17, 2015

    Volkswagen has appointed CCRMC Advisory Board chair Kenneth Feinberg to design and administer an independent resolution program over claims related to diesel vehicles rigged to cheat emissions tests.

  • Catastrophic Risk in California: Are Homeowners and Communities Prepared?

    Aug 6, 2014

    Predictions about the inevitability of a major earthquake in California is generating concern about how to pay for rebuilding after a catastrophic event. Insurance alone isn’t the answer, but exploring ways for insurance premiums to better reflect loss could help homeowners prepare for "the big one.”

  • Feinberg Details Compensation Program for GM Victims

    Jul 1, 2014

    CCRMC Advisory Board chair Kenneth Feinberg, who has been named to oversee the compensation fund for deaths and injuries resulting from accidents tied to a defective ignition switch in General Motors vehicles, presented the details of that compensation program on June 30, 2014. Boston’s NPR news station, WBUR, notes that while Feinberg finds the process "agonizing," he views it as an important public service.