Benjamin E. Hermalin
Professor of business and economics, Haas School of Business; Willis H. Booth Professor of Banking and Finance
Haas Economic Analysis and Policy Group
Hermalin's research has focused on corporate governance, particularly the use of incentive pay, executive compensation, and boards of directors.
Lecturer, Haas School of Business
Teaching summer course at 3:30-6 p.m. Monday/Wednesday/Thursday on intermediate financial accounting in which he and students are discussing current issues surrounding U.S. accounting procedures.
Associate Professor, Haas School of Business, Business and Public Policy Group and Socially Responsible Business
Rosen's research focuses on American business history, American urban history and corporate environmental management. She teaches a course on history of the American business system, looking at the development of large corporations, corporate governance, ethics and regulation. She also teaches a course on corporate environmental strategy and management, emphasizing management strategies and tools that can help firms gain a competitive edge while reducing environmental impacts.
Jackson H. Ralston Professor of International Law
Buxbaum publishes in the fields of corporate law and comparative and international law. He has served on various state and national committees engaged in the drafting and review of corporate and securities legislation.
Robson Professor of Political Science; director of the UC Washington Center, Washington, D.C.
Cain has expertise in California and U.S. politics. He has written numerous articles for professional journals and co-edited several books on government and public policy.