Gerhard Schnyder

Dr Gerhard Schnyder is a reader in International Management at Loughborough University London. He joined LU LND in August 2017 from King’s College London, where he worked from 2009 as lecturer, senior lecturer, and then reader in Comparative Management. Before that he was a research fellow at the Centre for Business Research (CBR), University of Cambridge (2007–2009) and the Centre for International Studies, and Diplomacy (CISD), SOAS, University of London (January–August 2009). Gerhard holds a PhD in political science from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland (2008), an MA ("DEA") in political science from the Universities of Lausanne and Geneva (2003) and a BA ("licence") in political science from the University of Lausanne (2001).

Latest Articles by Gerhard Schnyder

  1. law

    18 June, 2018

    Lawful impediment: company law and insider control

    Does an increase in legal shareholder protection reduce insider control? Recent academic research finds that sometimes it does, but sometimes it does not.

  1. executive behaviour, executive education, directors

    7 September, 2017

    Improve executive behaviour with better board education

    Everyone wants executive behaviour to improve. But the solution cannot just be to increase regulation—the answer lies in better managerial education and audacious corporate governance reform.