Review of Corporate Finance Special Issue on Sustainable and climate finance
Review of Corporate Finance Special Issue
Sustainable and climate finance
Sustainability and climate finance are increasingly receiving attention. Considering environmental, social, and governance (ESG) problems throughout the investment process leads to increased long-term investments in sustainable economic activities, and projects that correspond with the SDGs to expand benefits beyond investors to reach whole communities. This special issue takes a corporate finance perspective to encompass the perspective “inside the firm”, and to broaden the capital market and investors' systemic standpoint.
Topics that the guest editors welcome are the following (but not limited to):
Inside the firm:
- The impact of global warming on firm/industry cash flows
- Selecting projects that benefit the environment and society
- Valuation of sustainable investments
- Restructuring and M&A “sustainable” deals
- Exiting the unsustainable assets
- Financing the transition from brown to green sectors
- Green bonds as a sustainable source of finance
- Climate change challenges and corporate governance
- Climate change challenges and employee policy
From corporate finance to capital markets:
- Climate finance: risk factors and market pricing
- ESG investment strategies: active and passive
- Financial markets implications of the twin digital and green transitions
- Institutional investors and climate finance
From capital markets to investors (systemic perspective):
- Effectiveness of climate finance
- Policy reforms for green finance
- Social impact investing
- Inclusive finance
Monica Billio, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Maurizio Murgia, Free University of Bozen
Silvio Vismara, University of Bergamo, Italy
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Submissions to the special issue should be sent electronically to [email protected] before January 31, 2023.
All submissions will be subject to the standard review process followed by the Review of Corporate Finance. All manuscripts must be original, unpublished works that are not concurrently under review for publication elsewhere.
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2023