As a company law scholar, my research focus is on small and medium sized companies that are owner-managed or family-owned. I’m particularly interested in corporate governance issues and minority shareholder protection. I combine this legal core with Regulation Theory and Economics of Corporate law putting special attentions to different regulation techniques.
In my dissertation, I discuss and evaluate the regulation of organisation in limited companies from a closely held company perspective. I also study how owner-managed limited companies via flexible decision-making procedures, such as informal meetings or family council, can make lawful decisions. The study includes suggestion for policy changes.
In my current research project, I study the protection of minority shareholders from a closely held company perspective. It is a two-year study financed by Ragnar Söderberg’s Foundation.