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Indiana University Bloomington

Institute for Corporate Governance

Program Objectives

The Institute for Corporate Governance is dedicated to the study, dissemination, and application of best-in-class corporate governance principles.

Examples of Institute for Corporate Governance Engagements and Program Participants

AccentureFarm Bureau InsurancePhilip Morris USA
Alleghany CorporationGoldman Sachs & CompanyPraxair
Allison TransmissionGoodyear Tire & RubberPricewaterhouseCoopers
AltriaGuidantPrudential Financial
American ExpressHealthSouthQuest Diagnostics
Amstead IndustriesIBMRaytheon
AnixterJohn DeereReliant
Bank of AmericaJohn Wiley & SonsRemy International
BellSouthJP Morgan Chase & Co.Roche Diagnostics
Black & DeckerKorn Ferry KPMGSchlumberger
BoeingKraft FoodsSiemens Corporation
Booz Allen HamiltonLoews CorporationSimon Property Group
CitigroupMcDonald’s CorporationTarget
Credit Suisse First BostonMead JohnsonTelamon
Crow HorwathMeadWestvacoThe Hartford
CumminsMicrosoftTIAA-CREF
DanaherNASDAQ OMXTowers Perrin
Deloitte & ToucheNavistar InternationalTrammel Crow
Duke EnergyNewell RubbermaidTRW
EDSNiSourceWellpoint
Eli Lilly & CompanyOneAmericaWells Fargo Bank
Ernst & YoungPepsicoWeyerhaeuser
Fairchild SemiconductorPetsMartXerox


Government and Nonprofit/Foundations Engagements and Program Participants

CatalystHudson InstituteRose Hulman Institute of Technology Trustees
Center for Corporate Financial LeadershipIllinois CPA SocietyThe Corporate Library
Columbia UniversityIndiana CPA SocietyUnited Way
Damon Runyon Cancer Research FoundationInternal Revenue ServiceUniversity of Texas, Austin
Dartmouth UniversityNational Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)U. S. Department of Justice
Federal Reserve Bank(Chicago)National Trust for the HumanitiesU. S. Securities & Exchange Commission
Ford FoundationNational Trust for the HumanitiesU. S. Sentencing Commission
Goodwill IndustriesRiley Children’s Foundation