Dr Anna Tilba
Lecturer in Strategy and Corporate Governance, Director of Corporate Engagement
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Dr. Anna Tilba is a researcher and a Lecturer in Strategy and Corporate Governance and a Director of Corporate Engagement at the Newcastle University Business School. She joined NUBS in 2012 from the University of Liverpool Management School where she obtained her PhD in corporate governance and where she was teaching Strategy both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Her research interests include pension fund investment, financial intermediation and networks, accountability, corporate governance and investor engagement. Anna has an emerging record of publications in top tier academic journals. She also reviews papers for such scholarly journals as Corporate Governance: An International Review, Organization Studies, European Management Review, Business History and her papers appear at various international conferences.
Anna has been a member of the Advisory Committee on Fiduciary Duties of Investment Intermediaries for the Law Commission. The Consultation Paper on Fiduciary Duties is commissioned by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and arises from the Kay Review of UK Equity Markets and Long-Term Decision-Making.
More recently, Anna has carried out research for the UK Financial Conduct Authority on the Effectiveness of the Oversight Committees as past of the FCA's Asset Management Market Study (https://www.fca.org.uk/publications/market-studies/asset-management-market-study).
Anna Tilba is also an ambassador of the UK's Transparency Task Force, a campaigning organisation focused on making financial services markets fairer, safer, more efficient and likely to deliver better value for money. She has already been supporting the Taskforce as a valuable member of the transaction costs and charges team and international best practice team.
European Academy of Management
British Academy of Management
Northern Leadership Academy
Strategy Organization and Society
University of Liverpool Management School Teacher of the Year 2011/2012
North Leadership Academy Doctoral Fellow 2007
Corporate Governance, Accountability, New Actors, Institutional Investors, Processes, Interdependencies and Corporate Engagement.
Research Group Membership:
Strategy Organisations and Society
2007 North Leadership Academy Doctoral Fellowship Grant
2006 Fully Funded Research Studentship, University of Liverpool Management School
Tilba, A. and McNulty, T. (2012) ‘Engaged versus Disengaged Ownership. The Case of Pension Funds in the UK’ Corporate Governance: An International Review.
Tilba, A. (2008)‘The changing practice of UK institutional investors in relation to corporations: The case study of Pension Funds’Published in Developing Leadership Research (2008, Pages 57 – 62, Leeds University Press, ISBN: 978-0-85316-266-7).
EURAM (June, 2012) ‘Understanding Corporate Ownership: The Spectrum of Pension Fund Engagement’.
IFSAM (June, 2012) ‘Corporate Ownership in the Era of Financial Capitalism: Accounts of Accountability within Pension Fund Investment Chain’.
September 23-24, 2011, SDA Bocconi School of Management, Milan
Special Issue and Developmental Workshop of Corporate Governance: International Review on ‘Developing Corporate Governance Research through Qualitative Research. Paper Title: ‘Understanding the Investment Practice of Pension Funds: Implication for Corporate Governance and Ownership’.
EURAM 2011, Paper Title: ‘Pension Funds and Relationships within the Investment Chain’
Organizational Learning and Change Groups Research Day, Presentation of my PhD work-in-progress
RAM09 Conference Doctoral Colloquium, ‘The Practices of Pension Funds as Institutional Investors in Corporations’
Northern Leadership Academy Doctoral Conference, 2007 ‘The changing practice of UK institutional investors in relation to corporations: The case study of Pension Funds’
Strategic Business Analysis
NUBS 8060 International Business Strategy
- Tilba A, McNulty T. Engaged versus Disengaged Ownership: The Case of Pension Funds in the UK. Corporate Governance: An International Review 2013, 21(2), 165-182.
- Tilba A. The changing practice of UK institutional investors in relation to corporations: The case study of Pension Funds. In: Developing Leadership Research: papers from the Northern Leadership Academy Fellows 2007 Conference. 2008, Darlington, UK: Leeds University Press.
- Tilba A, McNulty T. Engaged versus Disengaged Ownership: The Case of Pension Funds in the UK. London, UK: The Law Commission, 2013. nr. 215.
- Wilson J, Schnyder G, Kern P, Tilba A. The Great Divide? Bank-industry relationships and corporate networks in Britain, 1904-2003. In: The Association of Business Historians 22nd Annual Conference. 2014, Newcastle University Business School.
- Tilba A. Stewardship and Fiduciary Duties: The Spectrum of Pension Fund Engagement. In: British Academy of Management Conference (BAM2014). 2014, Belfast: British Academy of Management.
- Tilba A. UK Law Commission Consultation on Fiduciary Duties of Investment Intermediaries: Response from Dr. Anna Tilba. UK Law Commission, 2014. The Law Commission, Consultation Paper nr. 215. Submitted.
- Wilson JF, Tilba A, Buchnea E. Corporate Networks and Finance of Business 1958-2010: Complexity, Disengagement and Short-Termism. 2015. Submitted.
- Tilba A. Stewardship and Fiduciary Duties: The Spectrum of Pension Fund Engagement. Journal of Business Ethics 2015. Submitted.
- Tilba A, Baddeley M, Sier C. The True Cost and Value of Ownership: A Case study of LGPS pension schemes. The Journal of Finance 2016. In Preparation.
- Tilba A, Wilson JF. Disengagement and Investment Short-Termism: A Contextual Study of UK Pension Funds. In: Corporate Governance, Shareholder Types and Ownership Forms Conference. 2014, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff, UK.
- Tilba A. Engaged versus Disengaged Ownership: The Case of Pension Funds in the UK. In: Re-Thinking and Economics of Pensions II: The Future of Pension Fund Management in a Pooled Environment. 2014, London, UK.
- Wilson J, Schnyder G, Tilba A. The Great Divide? Bank-industry relationships and corporate networks in Britain, 1904-2003. In: Association of Business Historians 22nd Annual Conference. 2014, Newcastle, UK.
- Tilba A. Book Review: The Cadbury Committee: A History, by Laura F. Spira and Judy Slinn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013, xii+257pp., £37.50 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-19-959219-7. Business History 2016.
- Billings M, Tilba A, Wilson J. 'To invite disappointment or worse': governance, audit and due diligence in the Ferranti-ISC merger. Business History 2016, 58(4), 453-478.
- Tilba A, Wilson JF. Vocabularies of Motive and Temporal Perspectives: Examples of Pension Fund Engagement and Disengagement. British Journal of Management 2017, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Tilba A. Evolution of UK Corporate Ownership and Control: Codification, Governance, Transition and Context. In: Wilson, JF; Toms, S; de Jong, A; Buchnea, E, ed. The Routledge Companion to Business History. Abington, Oxon: Routledge, 2017, pp.300-316.
- Tilba A. Book Review: The Cadbury Committee: a history. Business History 2016, 58(6), 981-982.
- Tilba A, Baddeley M, Liao Y. Research Report on the Effectiveness of Oversight Committees: Decision-Making, Governance, Costs and Charges. London, UK: Financial Conduct Authority, 2016. MS15/2.2.
- Wilson J, Buchnea E, Tilba A. The British corporate network, 1904-1976: Revisiting the finance-industry relationship. Business History 2017, (ePub ahead of Print).