Hello everyone. Welcome to the webinar! For reference, here's a link to today's paper: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3498354
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There seems to be a proliferation of ESG evaluation models, e.g., Just Capital’s, BofAML’s ESGMeter, etc. Over time, do we see a convergence or divergence of how we think about ESG?
As ESG becomes more popular and AUM related to ESG is expected to continue grow in the next few years, do you think the investment demand actually would lead to positive ESG alpha in the short term until ESG investment becomes too crowded?
Many investors nowadays invest through delegated investments such as mutual funds. How do you think fund managers would identify and incorporate (or not) the taste of their investors (clients)?