ISBN-10:
1138777544
ISBN-13:
9781138777545
Pub. Date:
07/07/2016
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Routledge Handbook of Social and Sustainable Finance / Edition 1

Routledge Handbook of Social and Sustainable Finance / Edition 1

by Othmar M. Lehner

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ISBN-13: 9781138777545
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/07/2016
Series: Routledge International Handbooks Series
Pages: 772
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 1.90(d)

About the Author

Othmar M. Lehner is a full professor of Finance and a leading researcher in the field of social finance and impact investment. With a professional background as a bank manager, he now dedicates his academic career to the advancement of the field through research publications, advisory services, conferences, and lecturing in MBA and doctoral programmes.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Foreword Honorary - Prof. Gordon L. Clark, University of Oxford

Foreword Editor- Othmar Lehner, University of Oxford

Part 1. The Landscape of Social and Sustainable Finance and Investments

1.1 Introducing Social and Sustainable Finance

1.1.1- Linne Marie Lauesen - Vand og Affald

1.1.2- Scott Fullwiler - Wartburg College

1.1.3- Gadaf Rexhepi - South East European University

1.1.4- Belinda Bell - Social Incubator East & Helen Haugh - Cambridge Judge Business School

1.1.5- Jess Daggers - University of Oxford & Alex Nicholls - University of Oxford, Said Business School

1.2 Introducing Impact Investing

1.2.1- Olaf Weber - University of Waterloo

1.2.2- Alessandro Rizzello - Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro & Maria Cristina Migliazza - Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro & Rosella Carè - Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro & Annarita Trotta - Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro

1.2.3- Rebecca Tekula - Pace University & Archana Shah - Pace University

1.3 Special Instruments

1.3.1- Othmar M. Lehner -University of Oxford

1.3.2- Jim Clifford - City University & Tobias Jung - University of St Andrews

1.3.3- Fergus Lyon - Middlesex University

Part 2. Challenges, Suggestions, Critiques, and Debates

2.1 Social Responsibility in Finance: Ideology, Risk and New Models

2.1.1- Ainulashikin Marzuki - Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia & Andrew C. Worthington - Griffith University

2.1.2- Christopher Mason - Swinburne University of Technology & John Simmons - University of Liverpool

2.1.3- Julia M. Puaschunder - The New School for Social Research

2.1.4- Binmahfouz Saeed - Independent researcher in Islamic Finance and Investments

2.1.5- Tommi Lehtonen - University of Vaasa

2.1.6- Eleonora Broccardo - University of Trento & Ericka Costa - University of Trento & Maria Mazzuca - University of Trento

2.1.7- Mariana Bozesan - AQAL Capital

2.2 Critical Perspectives on Markets, Institutions and Ideology

2.2.1- Pascal Dey - University of St Gallen & Laurent Marti - University of St Gallen

2.2.2- Tamaki Onishi - University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2.2.3- Aaron Z. Pitluck - Illinois State University

2.3 Hybridity, Business Models and Measurement

2.3.1- Sean Geobey - University of Waterloo

2.3.2- Gunnar Glänzel - University of Heidelberg & Björn Schmitz - Philiomondo

2.3.3- Arne Kröger - Leibniz University Hanover & Christiana Weber - Leibniz University Hanover

2.3.4- Carol Royal - The University of New South Wales & G. Sampath S. Windsor - The University of New South Wales

2.2.5- Lisa Brandstetter - University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria & Othmar M. Lehner - University of Oxford

Part 3. Markets and Institutions

3.1 Social and Sustainable Banking

3.1.1- Olaf Weber - University of Waterloo

3.1.2- Daniel Tischer - University of Manchester & Sven Remer - Institute for Social Banking

3.1.3- Clelia Fiondella - Second University of Naples & Marco Maffei - University of Naples "Federico II" Rosanna Spanò - University of Naples "Federico II"

3.1.4- Andrea Bonoldi - University of Trento & Eleonora Broccardo - University of Trento & Luca Erzegovesi - University of Trento

3.1.5- Philippe Gillet - Paris-Sud University & Julie Salaber - University of Westminster

3.1.6- Mehmet Hasan Eken - Istanbul Commerce University & Suleyman Kale - Ziraat Bankasi & Huseyin Selimler - Ziraat Bankasi

3.1.7- Adeboye Oyegunle -University of Waterloo

3.2 Trading the Environment

3.2.1- Deborah Cotton - University of Technology Sydney & Marija Buzevska - University of Technology Sydney

3.2.2- Emmanuel Olatunbosun Benjamin - Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW), Technische Universität München (TUM) & Gertrud Buchenrieder - Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Technische Universität München (TUM)

3.2.3- Noriko Fujiwara - Centre for European Policy Studies

3.2.4- Scott J. Niblock - Southern Cross University & Jennifer L. Harrison - Southern Cross University

3.3 Country Specifics and Cases

3.3.1- Daniela Majerčáková - Comenius University

3.3.2- Qihai CAI - Chinese University of Hong Kong

3.3.3- Lisa M. Hanley - Zeppelin University & Aline Margaux Wachner - Zeppelin University & Tim Weiss - Zeppelin University

3.3.4- Maximilian Martin - Impact Economy

3.3.5- Guillermo Casasnovas - University of Oxford & Marc J Ventresca - University of Oxford

3.3.6- Lauryn Agnew - Seal Cove Financial

Part 4. Index

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