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Many of the articles in this edition come from our recent Academic Network Conference held in Paris. This was our largest conference to date, attended by 58 academics from 46 institutions, alongside 58 investors.
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.
Technology has improved our standard of living, but the rapid pace of development has also created ethical dilemmas for companies and poses significant challenges for regulatory bodies.
This is the winning essay of a student competition issued by the PRI on “How and where will millennials invest: the missing link between RI and financial education”. Shortlisted articles were presented by the students at PRI in Person 2018 in San Francisco. The authors are Saphira Rekker and Anne-Claire ...
At a time of heightened political and societal sensitivity, the debates that took place at the PRI Academic Network Conference 2017 were brought into sharp focus.
The global community is still catching its breath after US President Donald Trump confirmed he would pull the US out of the Paris Agreement.
We highlight the outcomes and takeaways from COP22, which was designed to build the foundations that would allow the pledges of the Paris Agreement to be put into action.
To understand an issue as complex and important as redirecting the global economy to avoid dangerous climate change, the numbers matter.
The Academic Network Conference was integrated with PRI in Person for the first time this year, with a full stream dedicated to academic research. Over 1,000 delegates from 35 countries attended PRI in Person, making it the largest ever responsible investment conference.
I am pleased to introduce the seventh issue of RI Quarterly: presenting key research findings to investment professionals, this time on the topic of reporting and disclosure.
It is my pleasure, as Chair of the Steering Committee of the Academic Network, to introduce this issue of RI Quarterly. The present issue centres on a topic that is close to all of us: the PRI itself. The articles below discuss the history, challenges, members and future direction of ...
Each year the PRI Academic Network Annual Conference grows in stature, and this year was no exception! Using a deliberate strategy to ‘bridge the gap’ between responsible investment academics and investors, our 7th annual conference exceeded its goals.
Climate-related investment practice is on the verge of rapid change.
Why is there so little academic research on long termism in financial markets?
In this second volume of the PRI Academic Network’s RI Quarterly we focus on the issue of fiduciary duty.
Welcome to the first issue of the PRI Academic Network’s RI Quarterly.