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SUSTAINABLE FINANCE ROUNDTABLE REGISTRATION

Executive Director of the Lee-Chin Institute

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Lee-Chin Institute Sustainable Finance Research Roundtable, February 24, 2021 from 1:00pm-4:00pm

  • Experts explore academic research on key issues in sustainable finance.
  • Recommended for faculty and PhD students.

Agenda for the day

1:00 pm Kenneth Corts, Interim Dean; Academic Director, Lee-Chin Institute, Marcel Desautels Chair in Entrepreneurship; Professor of Economic Analysis and Policy, Rotman School of Management- Welcome & Introductions

 

1:10 pm Rob Bauer, Professor of Finance, School of Business and Economics (Maastricht University) and Executive Director, Int’l Centre for Pension Management (Rotman)on "Get Real! Individuals Prefer More Sustainable Investments"

 

1:50 pm Sarah Kaplan,Fellow, Lee-Chin Institute and Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy, (Rotman) on "Strategic Obfuscation: When and How Do Firms Respond to Coercive Pressure?"

 

2:30 pm Laura Doering,Fellow, Lee-Chin Institute andAssistant Professor of Strategic Management,(Rotman)on "Time and Punishment: How Individuals Respond to Being Sanctioned in Voluntary Associations"

 

3:10 pm Michael Marin, Ph.D. student, Accounting, (Rotman) on "The Impact of Board Environmental Expertise and Social Engagement on Firm Environmental Performance"

 

3:50 pm

Kenneth Corts, Final Discussion & Wrap Up

 

 

Presented by the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship, The Rotman School of Management and RBC

***PLEASE NOTE: This event is primarily intended for PhD students and academics. MBA students and industry participants are asked to email sustainability@rotman.utoronto.ca for further details.  

Time and Location: 
February 24, 2021 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Online Conference 
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
105 St George St
Toronto, ON

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