L’investissement socialement responsable: Changement structurel et faux semblant
Gunther Capelle-Blancard (),
Arthur Petit-Romec and
Alexandre Garel ()
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Arthur Petit-Romec: Audencia Business School
Alexandre Garel: TBS - Toulouse Business School
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SRI is now well established among financial professionals (fund managers or institutional investors), where it has met with widespread success. However, it is struggling to generate the same enthusiasm among the general public, apart from a few individuals with a very specific profile. In this article, we try to understand the reluctance of savers and propose two types of explanation: the first relates to the public's distrust of banks and financial markets in general; the second is linked to the way in which professionals communicate about SRI in particular, praising its financial performance or resilience and generally refraining from committing themselves to extra-financial aspects.
Keywords: Finance durable; RSE; ISR; investisseurs institutionnel; épargne des ménages; choix pro-sociaux (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Revue Française de Gestion, 2021, 47 (300), pp.61-99. ⟨10.3166/rfg.2021.00576⟩
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