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features policy-relevant and politically savvy essays about the major issues in the news and those rising up the political agenda, and includes original research and analysis. It publishes the finest international writers and thinkers, including academics, practitioners, and politicians, to provide a platform for topical, intellectual and evidence-based debate. By placing policy issues in a global context, it reaches beyond Westminster and the UK. Thinking for Tomorrow Thinking for Tomorrow is a unique space where ippr presents big-picture thinking on a range of policy questions. Thinking for Tomorrow will commission some of the ...
PS Emphasises Urgency of Investing in Greener Future - Jamaica ...
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Reginald Budhan (centre), having a light discussion with (from left), President, Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), Sancia Bennett Templer and Professor of Caribbean Sustainable Development, University of the West Indies, Professor Anthony Clayton, at the launch of the 20th edition of the United Nations World Investment Report 2010, under the theme: 'Investing in a greener future', at a press briefing, held at JAMPRO, in New Kingston, today (July 22). Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Reginald Budhan, ... market research, surveys and trends
The Future of Institutional Share Voting: Three Paradigms — The ...
is Of Counsel at Latham & Watkins LLP and is co-chair of the firm’s Corporate Governance Task Force. This post is based on a recent Latham Corporate Governance Commentary, and follows up on an earlier Latham Commentary, The Parallel Universes of Institutional Investing and Institutional Voting , which is available here . In a recent Corporate Governance Commentary , titled “The Parallel Universes of Institutional Investing and Institutional Voting, [1] ” we observed the increasing discontinuity at most institutional equity investors between the persons who make the buy and sell decisions (or who create and ... market research, surveys and trends


Sustainable investing in emerging markets:
that 46% ($300bn) of emerging market investment now factor in eSG. ...... all three groups express confidence in the future of sustainable investing. ... and eight percent say that eSG criteria will not become more important over the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
IFC Sustainability - Highlights - Instruments for Sustainable ...
IFC and Standard & Poor's have launched the world's first carbon efficient index for emerging markets, which aims to mobilize more than $1 billion for carbon-efficient companies over the next three years. More » Sustainable Investment in China 2009 (September 2009) Over the past three decades, China has made remarkable strides in economic development, maintaining a GDP growth average of nine percent a year and lifting more than 400 million people out of poverty. China is determined to ensure the sustainability of its economic and social development as it enters the 21st century, which it envisions in terms of a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
A Call for New African Growth
Friends, it is a great honour to have been invited here today and to speak with you at the invitation of Prime Minister Meles, whose work alongside you all has inspired much of what I want to talk about today. And here in Kampala it is fitting to begin by remembering all the innocent lives which have been lost to terrorism. And so friends let me say to you, and to the people of Uganda, that I grieve with you in this night of agony. In Britain, the United States, Spain, Kenya, Bali, across the Middle East - we each and all know the suffering and the sorrow that terrorism brings, and must stand strong with one another in the darkness. market trends, news research and surveys resources
Why a climate bill failed
If you wanted to design a threat that our political system couldn't address, here's what you'd do: You'd make the pain of doing nothing come much later, but the pain of doing something begin right now. You'd concentrate the costs of failure in poor countries, while the costs of a policy solution would be concentrated in certain regions of America. You'd make it hard to solve without the imposition of a new tax. You'd make sure that some of the largest and richest industries in the world had an enormous amount to fear from that tax. Which is all to say, it's no surprise that Congress is ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


2009 PRI Academic Conference
After the credit crunch: the future of sustainable investing. ▪. Roger Urwin ( Global Head of Investment Content, Watson Wyatt) and Claire Woods, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Sustainable Design, Investing in the Future
Sustainable Design, Investing in the Future. Chandler Park & Ride, serving the community with a convenient, efficient and sensible public transportation ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
European private equity and venture capital association. asp. Forum for the Future (U.K.). Has a center for sustainable investment. ...
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Post-megapolis business operation - "city of the future" will ...
As fuel costs go up, fuel supplies becoming lower and lower - it seems something has to be changed. Everyday half of the working world travels from where they live to the place they work - often spending (wasting) several hours in their cars (working as a driver for free) or other transport. This just doesn't seem right and something has to be changed. People are tied to their homes - this is the problem which must be addressed. As "home" typically means "property" they just can't move to anywhere, even if they need to. I see a model of society, where working people live in apartments, provided by the business owners - ...
WikiAnswers - Discuss the concepts of internal growth rate and ...
Both Internal Growth Rate and Sustainable Growth Rate refer to the amount of growth (defined as profitable increase in revenues) a business organization can achieve without having to resort to additional borrowed funds or additional outside capital infusion. What's important about these concepts is that rapidly growing companies most often 'grow broke' on the balance sheet rather than the income statement. That's particularly true if they are in a 'make or distribute things business' that requires inventory and accounts receivable. In hyper-growth, the business won't generate enough funds from ...