Social investing and modern portfolio theory

Hickman, Kent A.; Teets, Walter R.
January 1999
American Business Review;Jan1999, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
Discusses the possible effects of social investing and examines the implications for investors in the context of modern portfolio theory. Socially responsible purchasing and investing; Performance of socially responsible investments.


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