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The Institute for Regulation and Ethics at QMUL enters partnership with the CCP Research Foundation

29 June 2015

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The Queen Mary Institute for Regulation and Ethics (IRE) at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) has entered in to a partnership with the CCP Research Foundation. The partnership means that data and expertise will be shared and the two institutions will arrange joint seminars and events.

Under the three year arrangement, IRE becomes an honorary member of the Foundation’s Conduct Costs Project Association. Dr Costanza Russo, Co-Director of IRE and lecturer at QMUL, will also join the Advisory Board of the CCP Research Foundation.

“We are absolutely delighted to enter into this partnership with the Queen Mary University Institute for Regulation and Ethics at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, which will open up new opportunities for our research work in the conduct, culture and people areas and strengthen our contacts with the academic world, where interest in the relationship between business and ethics is clearly growing very rapidly” – Roger McCormick, Managing Director of CCP Research Foundation.

Dr Costanza Russo (IRE) and Roger McCormick (CCP) signing their three year partnership agreement  
Dr Costanza Russo (IRE) and Roger McCormick (CCP) signing their three year partnership agreement

“We see a number of important synergies between the work being carried out at the CCP Research Foundation and the research on regulation and ethics carried out at our Institute. Both our organisations are committed to evidenced-based research and working together on topics of common interest will provide great opportunities for mutual support and ideas-sharing that will be valuable to us both" – Dr Costanza Russo, Co-Director of the Institute for Regulation and Ethics.

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