Professor Colin Mayer FBA
About this Fellow
Colin Mayer is the Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. He is a Professorial Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford and an Honorary Fellow of Oriel College and St Anne's College, Oxford. He is a member of the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, the UK Government Natural Capital Committee and the International Advisory Board of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. Colin Mayer was the first professor at the Saïd Business School in 1994 and the Peter Moores Dean of the Business School between 2006 and 2011. He was a Harkness Fellow at Harvard University, a Houblon-Norman Fellow at the Bank of England and the first Leo Goldschmidt Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance at the Solvay Business School, ULB. Colin Mayer researches in the fields of corporate finance, governance, regulation, taxation and the role of the corporation in contemporary society. He works on the nature of the corporation, the regulation of financial markets and institutions, and their effects on the financing and control of corporations. The common theme of his research is the international comparative nature of corporate finance and corporate governance and the relation of these to financial markets.
- Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford; Fellow, Wadham College, Oxford
Social stratification and power, property ownership and business organisation; theory and its history in sociology, early British sociology; social network analysis, research methodology, the use of documents in social research.
Public management, both in the UK and internationally, with special reference to the health care and higher education sectors and focussing on narratives of public management reform
Accounting, auditing and organisations; sociology of quantification and valuation; the practice of regulation and risk management; risk cultures and corporate governance
Critical studies of management; applications of social theory to management philosophies and practices; organizational change and control