#sociallyresponsibleinvesting

  1. The change in the cost of capital that results from a divestiture strategy can be closely approximated as a simple function of three parameters: (1) the fraction of socially conscious capital, (2) the fraction of targeted firms in the economy and (3) the return correlation betwee
  2. This could be true if The change in the cost of capital that results from a divestiture strategy can be closely approximated as a simple function of three parameters: (1) the fraction of socially conscious capital, (2) the fraction of targeted firms in the economy and (3) the ret
  3. The Impact of Impact Investing

    Jonathan Berk Stanford Graduate School of Business; National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Jules H. van Binsbergen University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School; National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Date Written: August 21, 2021 Abstract The change in the cost of capital
  4. The Impact of Impact Investing*

    Jonathan B. Berk Stanford University and NBER Jules H. van Binsbergen University of Pennsylvania and NBER January 10, 2024 Abstract The change in the cost of capital that results from a divestiture strategy can be closely approximated as a simple function of three parameters: (1) th
  5. Investing Lessons From Warren Buffett And Bill Gates: Profiting While Making A Positive Impact

    By Austin DeNoce Explore the potential of making a change while generating profit with DLP Capital’s real estate funds. While making money and doing good for the world are often seen as mutually exclusive goals, this is not necessarily the truth. Many ventures in the world of finan
  6. 'Woke' or not, many Americans ignore ESG in investing, despite political tug-of-war

    By: Medora Lee, USA TODAY Despite disagreements between politicians, finance leaders and corporate boards over adopting an environmental, social and governance framework in investing, called ESG , Americans don’t care, a new poll shows. Most Americans aren’t very familiar with ESG
  7. ESG fireworks on Capitol Hill over climate change: Smart business or ‘woke capitalism’?

    By: Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY Smart business or "woke capitalism "? Democrats and Republicans squared off over environmental, social and governance investing again Wednesday, this time during a House Oversight Committee hearing . House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Jamie Rask