Deadline extended: PRI Academic Network Workshop call for papers (Sept 2015, London)

April 29, 2015

The PRI Call for Papers is now open – EXTENDED DEADLINE 18 MAY 2015

From awareness to impact: mechanisms of change in responsible investment

We are delighted to announce that this year’s the PRI Academic Network Conference will be part of PRI in Person for the first time, with a full stream dedicated to academic research. The conference will be held on 8 – 10 September at the ICC, ExCeL London, enabling academics and investors to engage, learn and discuss the latest insights, and to network.

The PRI is also proud to collaborate with The Systemic Risk Centre, based at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) for the PRI Academic Workshop. This additional event is for PRI signatories, other responsible investment professionals and academics to enhance their knowledge and practices, but also for deeper interactions in a distinct community setting. The Workshop will be held on 11 September.

Both PRI in Person and the Academic Workshop will showcase selected research papers from the call.

We invite submissions of full papers (but extended abstracts are acceptable) that focus on the following areas:

  •         ESG integration
  •         Long term investment
  •         ESG engagement
  •         Financial performance
  •         ESG impact

For more information and to apply, please visit our website or contact

The extended deadline for submissions is 18 May 2015.

Conference committee:

Michael Barnett, Rutgers Business School

Daniel Beunza, London School of Economics

Fabrizio Ferraro, IESE Business School

Jean-Pascal Gond, City University London, Cass Business School

Michael Viehs, Oxford University, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment


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