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India: The Way Up and the Way Down Are Not the Same

Nov 26th, 2015 | Filed under: Financial Economics Theory, Newly Added, The Global Economy & Currencies, Risk Management Strategies & Processes, SRI and Clean Energy, Risk Management & Operations, Finance & Economics, Other Topics in A.I.

Faille doesn't mean to argue theology, but he has to observe that a Shariah-based understanding of what constitutes “ethical investing” entails a lot of premises, and if those premises are to be inserted into reasoning about financial economics, they have to bear up to empirical, secular scrutiny. Read More

The Old Puzzle of SRI: India and France

Jul 12th, 2015 | Filed under: Social investing, Alpha Strategies, Socially responsible investing, Alpha Seekers

The conclusion of two Indian scholars in a new study supports the view that socially responsible investing is good for investors in India. But Faille worries that the battle-of-the-studies has thus far been indecisive, and that aerodynamics suggests this insect shouldn't be able to fly. Read More

A Life-changing £600 Million

Apr 30th, 2012 | Filed under: Socially responsible investing

"Over the next decade, impact investment will constitute an investment opportunity of between US$400 billion and US$1 trillion, generating profits of between US$183 billion and US$667 billion..."Read More

Pension Funds and Blair’s PFI Legacy

Mar 21st, 2012 | Filed under: Infrastructure, Social investing, Institutional Investing

Britain’s Private Finance Initiative has continued through the administrations since Blair’s, and indeed has inspired emulation across the Channel. At the same time, it has stirred up a good deal of criticism, and in November 2011 the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a plan to reform the PFI. One of the reform proposals is to seek broader participation by pension funds, or in pale bureaucratic jargon, “access a wider range of financing sources.”Read More