Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment
Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment
Journal Title: Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment
ISSN: 2043-0795
ISSN Online: 2043-0809
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: The Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment is a quarterly journal publishing peer-reviewed articles on radical and reformist initiatives for social responsiveness in global financial markets.The Journal specifically focuses on environmental, developmental, social and governance principles as formulated in the financial markets, managed investment, banking, micro-finance, project finance and philanthropy. The Journal develops the understanding of sustainable investment theory and practice by providing a venue for in-depth discussion and offering a range of accessible, impartial perspectives for researchers and professionals. The use of sustainable principles has become a major movement in finance. Investment institutions in the major centres are required to disclose how environmental, developmental, social and governance factors are used in portfolio construction. Guidelines issued by the Chartered Financial Analysts Institute, and initiatives such as the Equator Principles, the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, and the Carbon Disclosure Project, all suggest a shift of institutional thinking. While these initiatives intersect with and reflect wider commitments including understanding environmental management, corporate governance and social equity, they also reflect unease about the ways globalised financial markets have managed attendant risks. Such concerns have been met by research from a number of conventionally unrelated fields. By presenting the latest research from a wide range of research directions, the Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment furthers knowledge of the institutional and policy connections needed to progress the goals of sustainability.
The Journal is supported by an editorial board of leading researchers and professionals in sustainable finance.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Accounting; Business, Management and Accounting; Corporate Governance; Corporate Social Responsibility & Business Ethics; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Finance; Taylor & Francis Collection
Editor Board:

Olaf Weber, School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, University of Waterloo, Canada

Associate Editors

Thomas Bay, Stockholm University, Sweden
Gordon Clark, University of Oxford, UK
James P. Hawley, Saint Mary’s College of California, USA
Tessa Hebb, Carleton University, Canada
Othmar Lehner, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Benjamin J. Richardson, University of British Columbia, Canada
Raj Thamotheram, UK
David Wood, Harvard University, USA

Editorial Board
Roland Benedikter, Stanford University, USA
Steffen Boehm , University of Essex, UK
Tim Cadman, Griffith University, Australia
Adam Dixon, University of Bristol, UK
Frank Jan De Graaf, Hogeschool van Amsterdam and University of Amsterdam Business School, Netherlands
Neil Eccles, University of South Africa, South Africa
David Gleicher, Adelphi University, USA  
Jack Gray, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Heather Hachigian, University of Oxford, UK
Lars G. Hassel, Umeå University, Sweden
Edward T. Jackson, Carleton University, Canada
Keith Johnson, Legal counsel, Reinhart Law, USA
Costas Lapavitsas, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK
Alan Lewis, University of Bath, UK
Céline Louche, Audencia School of Management, France
Peter Lund-Thomsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Donald MacKenzie, University of Edinburgh, UK
Sarah McGill,  University of Oxford, UK
Elton G. McGoun,  Bucknell University, USA
Gary Pivo, University of Arizona, USA
Sander Quak, Erasmus University, Netherlands
Carol Royal, University of New South Wales, Australia
Bert Scholtens, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Rieneke Slager, Nottingham University, UK
N.A.J. Taylor, University of Queensland and La Trobe University, Australia
Laszlo Zsolnai, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

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