In this course, you will get an overview of the impact of contemporary ESG ratings and how a company balances ESG issues against its financial performance. You will evaluate the effectiveness of corporate authenticity and the impacts of politics when building corporate ESG policy. You will also learn about social activism’s ability to disrupt markets, and the roles that stakeholders play when dealing with financial markets.
This course is part of the The Materiality of ESG Factors Specialization
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Module 1 – Social Performance
Module 2 – Social Activism and Non-Market Risk
Module 3 – Good Governance: Board Composition to Maximize Long-term Value
Module 4 – Good Governance: Structures and Practices for Prioritizing ESG Performance
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Well-designed course with natural flow of structure, concrete business cases to show the concept.
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Great high level overview of ESG and current trends and topics faced by firms today.
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