An expert on corporations, comparative corporate governance, multinationals, foreign direct investment, and financial statement analysis, Zehra has scholarly publications in law reviews and SSRN.
After studying Business Administration at Istanbul University (BBA) and working in finance and accounting for several years, Zehra Gülay Kavame studied law at Bahçeşehir University (LL.B.) and Columbia Law School (LL.M.). During the time she worked as a postdoctoral research scholar at Columbia Law School, she focused on foreign direct investment and sustainable development in addition to working with the team advising to resource rich governments on multi-year investment plans.
She was teaching Comparative Corporate Law and Comparative Financial Reporting at Fordham University School of Law while completing her doctorate studies in law (S.J.D.). http://law.fordham.edu/faculty/26624.htm Currently, Mrs. Eroğlu is a lecturer at Deakin Law School in Melbourne, Australia. http://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/zehra-gulay-kavame-eroglu
Publications of Zehra Gülay Kavame: Whose Trojan Horse? The Dynamics of Resistance against IFRS, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, vol. 36, 2014, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2418356
The Political Economy of International Standard Setting in Financial Reporting: How the United States Led the Adoption of IFRS Across the World, Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, vol 37, Summer 2017,
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)