The Ethical Foundations of Responsible Investment

@article{Dembinski2003TheEF,
  title={The Ethical Foundations of Responsible Investment},
  author={Paul H. Dembinski and Jean-Michel Bonvin and Edouard Dommen and François-Marie Monnet},
  journal={Journal of Business Ethics},
  year={2003},
  volume={48},
  pages={203-213}
}
In the area of investment, responsibility may be expressed via four types of ethical concern: value-based ethics resulting in the exclusion of so-called "vicious" companies from the investment portfolio; fructification-oriented ethics with a view to long-term investment; consequence-based ethics aimed at initiating a behavioural change in the investment target; and ethics envisaged as a discriminating criterion in the search of the best financial performance. No single formula of responsible… 
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