Martin Conyon (BSc. MA, PhD, FRSA) is the Trustee Professor of Corporate Governance at Bentley University. He is also the Director of Bentley's PhD Program.
Martin is also Senior Fellow at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a Fellow at the Institute of Compensation Studies at Cornell University.
Martin studies organizations and corporate governance. He has written extensively on boards of directors, executive compensation, leadership and top management teams, stakeholder interests, organizational restructuring, society and ethics. Martin's current research investigates how corporate governance shapes organizational outcomes and performance.
Professor Conyon's research has appeared in leading academic journals including the Academy of Management Journal, the Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, the Economic Journal and the Review of Financial Studies. He serves on the editorial board of major journals including the Strategic Management Journal and Long Range Planning.
His recent book, entitled Corporate Governance: Mechanisms and Systems, investigates the implications of corporate governance.