Minerva is delighted to assist academic research with its unique corporate governance, executive remuneration, voting results and sustainability data.
Academics can access Minerva’s data sets in a variety of straightforward and beneficial ways:
- On-line: Immediate access to the latest analysis of governance and voting trends together with full histories stretching back to 1996.
- Discounted Subscriptions: Many academic institutions subscribe to Manifest’s unique data at attractive and discounted academic rates.
- Data Support: We can supply tailored data exports so giving academics access to the exact data they need for their research in time and effort saving formats. We can help you refine your project based on our detailed understanding of how governance data works in different jurisdictions.
World-Leading Academic Journals
Our governance data is used by some of the field’s leading academics and has been referenced in papers in the World’s top journals:
- British Journal of Management
Symbolic Management and the Glass Cliff: Evidence from the Boardroom Careers of Female and Male Directors
Brian G. M. Main and Ian Gregory-Smith
- The Review of Financial Studies
Returns to Shareholder Activism: Evidence from a Clinical Study of the Hermes UK Focus Fund
- The Economic Journal
Fired or Retired? A Competing Risks Analysis of Chief Executive Turnover
Ian Gregory-Smith, Steve Thompson & Peter Wright
- The Academy of Management Perspectives
Compensation Consultants and Executive Pay: Evidence from the United States and the United Kingdom
Martin J. Conyon
- Corporate Governance: An International Review
Shareholder Voting and Directors’ Remuneration Report Legislation: Say on Pay in the UK
Martin J. Conyon & Graham V. Sadler
- Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
Chief Executive Pay and Remuneration Committee Independence
- Review of Finance
Say on Pay Votes and CEO Compensation: Evidence from the UK
Fabrizio Ferri and David A. Maber
- On Director Networks and CEO Compensation
Luc Renneboog and Yang Zhao
- Managerial remuneration and disciplining in the UK: A tale of two governance regimes
Luc Renneboog and Grzegorz Trojanowski
Academic data is offered at a significant discount to our regular fees and can either be tailored to a one-off project or subscribed to as an on-going resource.
Students, please note that we cannot provide free data sets, in the first instance please contact your head of library services or supervisor to discuss your funding options.
or telephone +44 (0) 1376 503500 directly to discuss your requirementsLast Updated: 3 May 2011