ESG Preference and Market Efficiency: Evidence from Mispricing and Institutional Trading

Jie Cao    Jie Cao, Sheridan Titman, Xintong Zhan, Weiming Zhang
07 Nov 2018
Categories: Investment Management, ESG, Investor Education, Equity Investments, Behavioral Finance

Country or region: Hong Kong SAR

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This article qualifies for 1 CE under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program.  We encourage CFA Institute members to login to the CE tracking tool to self-document these credits.  Growing adoption of ESG investing after 2003 generates a new "friction" that affects the efficiency of stock markets. Socially responsible institutional investors ......


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