Andreas Hoepner
Andreas Hoepner
Professor of Operational Risk, Banking & Finance; University College Dublin
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Islamic mutual funds’ financial performance and international investment style: evidence from 20 countries
AGF Hoepner, HG Rammal, M Rezec
The European Journal of Finance 17 (9-10), 829-850, 2011
2802011
Does stakeholder pressure influence corporate GHG emissions reporting? Empirical evidence from Europe
A Liesen, AG Hoepner, DM Patten, F Figge
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2015
882015
Environmental and ecological economics in the 21st century: An age adjusted citation analysis of the influential articles, journals, authors and institutions
AGF Hoepner, B Kant, B Scholtens, PS Yu
Ecological Economics 77, 193-206, 2012
772012
The effects of corporate and country sustainability characteristics on the cost of debt: An international investigation
A Hoepner, I Oikonomou, B Scholtens, M Schröder
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 43 (1-2), 158-190, 2016
742016
Research on'responsible investment': An influential literature analysis comprising a rating, characterisation, categorisation and investigation
AGF Hoepner, DG McMillan
Characterisation, Categorisation and Investigation (August 14, 2009), 2009
672009
Sources of stakeholder salience in the responsible investment movement: why do investors sign the principles for responsible investment?
AAA Majoch, AGF Hoepner, T Hebb
Journal of Business Ethics 140 (4), 723-741, 2017
492017
Explicit and Implicit Subject Bias in the ABS Journal Quality Guide
AGF Hoepner, J Unerman
Accounting Education 21 (1), 3-15, 2012
472012
Corporate social responsibility across industries: when can who do well by doing good?
AGF Hoepner, PS Yu
Available at SSRN 1284703, 2010
472010
ESG shareholder engagement and downside risk
AGF Hoepner, I Oikonomou, Z Sautner, LT Starks, X Zhou
AFA, 2018
462018
Liquidity and market efficiency in the world's largest carbon market
G Ibikunle, A Gregoriou, AGF Hoepner, M Rhodes
The British Accounting Review 48 (4), 431-447, 2016
40*2016
Fiduciary duty and sin stocks: is vice really nice?
AGF Hoepner, S Zeume
Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty, 2014
37*2014
Does Pension Funds' Fiduciary Duty Prohibit the Integration of Environmental Responsibility Criteria in Investment Processes?: A Realistic Prudent Investment Test
AGF Hoepner, M Rezec, KS Siegl
A Realistic Prudent Investment Test (September 19, 2011), 2011
36*2011
The routledge handbook of responsible investment
T Hebb, JP Hawley, AGF Hoepner, AL Neher, D Wood
Routledge, 2015
342015
Media coverage of climate change: An international comparison
R Barkemeyer, F Figge, A Hoepner, D Holt, JM Kraak, PS Yu
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (6), 1029-1054, 2017
312017
Portfolio diversification and environmental, social or governance criteria: Must responsible investments really be poorly diversified
AGF Hoepner
Available at SSRN 1599334, 2010
28*2010
Climate change and asset prices: are corporate carbon disclosure and performance priced appropriately?
A Liesen, F Figge, A Hoepner, DM Patten
Journal of business finance & accounting 44 (1-2), 35-62, 2017
272017
Social, environmental, ethical and trust (SEET) issues in banking: an overview
AGF Hoepner, JOS Wilson
Research Handbook on International Banking and Governance, 427, 2012
272012
On the price of morals in markets: An empirical study of the Swedish AP-Funds and the Norwegian Government Pension Fund
AGF Hoepner, L Schopohl
Journal of Business Ethics 151 (3), 665-692, 2018
252018
Universal ownership: Why environmental externalities matter to institutional investors
R Mattison, M Trevitt, L van Ast, J Gifford, N Mnatsakanian, O Watson, ...
Principles for Responsible Investment and UNEP Finance Initiative, 2011
252011
Cambridge handbook of institutional investment and fiduciary duty
JP Hawley, AGF Hoepner, KL Johnson, J Sandberg, EJ Waitzer
Cambridge University Press, 2014
232014
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