Once marginalized by the broader investment community and considered at odds with the goal of achieving optimized risk adjusted returns, socially responsible investing (SRI) is now at the forefront of the investment decisions made by an increasing number of institutions and families.  A growing canon of academic work, in addition to better defined and more rigorous methodologies, has demonstrated that SRI not only can produce similar returns to traditional investment frameworks, but ...

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