“Responses to Calls for Divestment” – our first issue of 2015.
Associate Editor Jordan Sabin’s take on this rising imperative and investment opportunity.
Associate Editor Jordan Sabin notes that progress on Climate Bonds in 2015 has slowed, but the second half of the year retains potential to fulfill predictions.
Our fourth JEI Working Paper from Associate Editor Urs Dieterich examines implications of growing commitments to so-called “zero deforestation.”
Islamic finance is often implemented through negative screening, yet it has ancient roots in concepts now often called “shared value.” Associate Editor Mujtaba Wani looks at how Islamic finance could be successfully implemented.
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