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Director Elections: Shareowners Still Relatively Powerless

In theory, throwing out current directors and/or electing new candidates through their proxy votes is the most important function of shareowners with respect to corporate governance. That’s how we hold our agents accountable. In practice, shareowners look like powerless wimps, even at companies with majority or plurality plus resignation election standards. At least that is […]

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IRRC Announces Research Competition

The Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC) Institute announce its second annual competition for research that examines the interaction of the real economy with investment theory. Two papers – one academic and one practitioner – each will receive the “2013 IRRC Institute Research Award” along with a $10,000 award.  A blue-ribbon panel of renowned judges with […]

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Research on Post-Modern Portfolio Theory Awarded by IRRC Institute

The Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC) Institute today announced the first recipients of a new annual research competition that examines the interaction of the real economy with investment theory. A blue-ribbon panel of judges selected two papers – one practitioner and one academic – for the new IRRC Institute Research Award.  The authors of each […]

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IRRC Deadline Upcoming for Research Entries

Friday, November 18, 2011 is the deadline to enter the IRRC Institute’s competition for research that examines the interaction of the real economy with investment theory.  Two papers – one academic and one practitioner – will receive the new “IRRC Institute Research Award” along with a $10,000 award. Maybe it is just me, but I’ve […]

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Governance After the Financial Crisis

Corporate Governance in the Wake of the Financial Crisis: Selected International Views is a publication of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). It contains commentary and analysis by leading experts from around the world, including the OECD, World Bank, ICGN, IOSCO, The Corporate Library, PRI and others with a forward by Mervyn […]

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July 2008

ESG Gaining Acceptance Since 2005, KLD has studied the S&P 100’s sustainability reporting practices for the Sustainable Investment Research Analyst Network, a working group of the Social Investment Forum. The 2008 Sustainability Report Comparison reveals encouraging news. Of the 100 largest U.S. publicly-traded companies, 86 maintain corporate sustainability websites and 49 produced sustainability reports in 2007. These numbers represent significant progress […]

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