My research and teaching examine the intersection of corporate sustainability, politics, and strategic management in the governance of contested global issues. In particular, I discuss two topics: (1) public-private governance in the context of addressing global social and environmental problems, especially how voluntary standards can improve the enforcement of basic rights and (2) sustainable finance and investing, in particular how ESG data and metrics shape the governance of global financial markets.

I have a passion for research that matters (we have too little) and students who care (I have met many)...

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Recent Blog Posts:

"A Little Less Sustainable Is Not the Same as Sustainable" - Why Including Fossil Gas and Nuclear Power Will Harm the EU Taxonomy

How the EU Taxonomy Impacts Businesses Beyond Europe

SFDR, NFRD, and the EU Taxonomy - What Is Their Relationship?