Articles and Contributions
Steve Lydenberg. Disclosure of Corporate Environmental, Social and Governance Data: Toward Effective and Sustainable Systems
in Sustainable Markets for Sustainable Business. Ed. Güler Aras. 2015.
Falko Paetzold and Timo Busch. Unleashing the Powerful Few: Sustainable Investing Behaviour of Wealthy Private Investors.
Organization & Environment, 27(4), 347-367. 2014.
Jay Youngdahl. Can Fiduciary Values Lead Mainstream Finance Back to Responsible Behavior?
Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University blog. 2014.
Chapters in New Frontiers of Philanthropy: A Guide to the New Tools and New Actors that Are Reshaping Global Philanthropy and Social Investing. Ed. Lester M. Salamon. 2014.
- David Wood and Lisa Hagerman (DBL Investors). “Enterprise Brokers.”
- Steve Lydenberg and Katie Grace. “Socially Responsible Investing and Purchasing.”
Jay Youngdahl. The Basis of Fiduciary Duty in Investment in the United States,
in Cambridge Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty. 2014.
James Gifford. A Step Toward Responsible Investment.
The Harvard Crimson. 2014
James Gifford. The Changing Role of Asset Owners in Responsible Investment: Reflections on the principles for responsible investment—the last decade and the next.
in The Routledge Handbook of Responsible Investment. 2014.
David Wood. The Role of Government in Impact Investing.
Steve Lydenberg. Reason, Rationality and Fiduciary Duty.
Journal of Business Ethics. 119(3), 365-380. 2014.
(also in Cambridge Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty. 2014.)
David Wood, Abby Jo Sigal, and Ben Thornley. Impact Investing: It’s Time.
Huffington Post. 2014.
Steve Lydenberg. Emerging Trends in Environmental, Social, and Governance Data and Disclosure: Opportunities and Challenges.
Private Sector Opinion, 32. 2014.
Steve Lydenberg. Responsible Investors: Who They Are, What They Want.
Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 25(3), 44-49. 2013.
David Wood. The Current Limits and Potential Role of Institutional Investment Culture and Fiduciary Responsibility.
World Economic Forum. 2013.
David Wood. Response to “When Can Impact Investing Create Real Impact?
Stanford Social Innovation Review. 2013.
Jay Youngdahl. The Time Has Come For a Sustainable Theory of Fiduciary Duty In Investment.
Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal 29, 115-139. 2011.
Jeffrey Cohen, Lori Holder-Webb, Leda Nath, David Wood. Retail Investors’ Perceptions of the Decision-Usefulness of Economic Performance, Governance, and Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosures.
Behavioral Research In Accounting, 23(1), 109-129. 2011.