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ESG ACADEMIC NETWORK

Access the latest ESG research from FactSet and world-class academic leaders.

Connecting the world’s leading academics with FactSet's ESG data

Our ESG Academic Research Network enables academic researchers to make use of our timely ESG data created with the power of artificial intelligence. Researchers come from a variety of disciplines and focus on a host of topics.

We make ESG data available and coordinate among academic researchers on projects they develop or on topics jointly developed.  We help academic researchers to make discoveries in the world of ESG and investment risk/opportunity using FactSet’s unique datasets.

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University of Maryland 
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University of Oregon 
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University of São Paulo 

University of Siena 
University of Utah 
University of Washington
Yale University

Alba Graduate Business School 
Bentley College
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano 
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Ohio University

Politecnico di Milano
Queens University
St Mary’s College of California 
Université Laval
University of Zaragoza 
Waterloo University 
Western Michigan University

 

 

 

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Corporate Resilience and Response During COVID-19

GEORGE SERAFEIM

Harvard Business School

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ESG, Material Credit Events, and Credit Risk

WITOLD J. HENISZ

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton

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How short-termism in firms and capital markets affects firm strategy, growth and investment, including investments related to ESG metrics

RACHELLE SAMPSON

University of Maryland

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Better Fewer, But Better: Stock Returns and the Financial Relevance and Financial Intensity of Materiality

COSTANZA CONSOLANDI

University of Siena

Available on SSRN

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Examining the dynamic between ESG trends using Truvalue Labs’ scores versus changes in relative valuation and versus EBIT

SATYAJIT BOSE

Columbia University

Collaborators: Andre Shepley

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ESG data and macroeconomic (country-level) performance at the country level

BEN CALDECOTT

University of Oxford

Collaborator: Xiaoyan Zhou

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Does the Market React to Corporate ESG News?

AARON YOON

Northwestern University

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Sustainable Financials: Assessing the Financial Sector’s Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

DARIUSZ WOJCIK

Oxford University

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Whether and How Hedge Fund Activism Affects ESG

DAVID LARCKER

Stanford University

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FRANK PARTNOY

UC Berkeley