The PRI Academic Network Advisory Committee has curated a selection of rigorous and high-quality academic studies in the areas of: ESG integration, corporate engagement, the performance impact of specific ESG issues, and reporting and regulation.
Investors want to know their portfolio companies are paying taxes in line with their business activities, as aggressive tax planning costs governments billions of dollars of revenue, and creates market distortions in both developed and developing countries.
Academic Network Conference 2018 Papers and presentations Opening keynote: ESG, investors and risk Professor Laura T. Starks, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Finance Governance, engagement, and ESG performance A neo-configurational analysis of the effectiveness of shareholder engagement on ...
This webinar will explore how investors can play a role in pushing for more and better human rights due diligence and will focus in particular on efforts to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking. Speakers from the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights, the World Business Council for ...
Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking’s Blueprint provides a collective action framework for the whole financial sector and professional service providers to accelerate action to end modern slavery and human trafficking.
The PRI hosted a webinar to explore the issue of child sexual exploitation online and how investors can engage with ICT companies on this issue. During the webinar speakers took the opportunity to discuss the issues related to the governance of ICT companies and their role in protecting users, of ...