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.
Relatively few companies have implemented compliance mechanisms and programs in support of their corporate political spending. A roundtable symposium considered key questions in operations, compliance, ethics, and transparency in political disclosure.
This report evaluates the impact the National Institute on Money in State Politics has had on the public discourse over campaign finance at the state level.
These proceedings summarize the key themes and issues raised during a September 2012 RAND symposium. Discussion focused on how hedge funds might contribute to systemic risk and the extent to which recent financial reforms address these risks.