Socially responsible investing : making a difference in making money / Amy Domini.

Domini, Amy L. [Browse]
Chicago : Dearborn Trade, [2001]
xix, 268 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm


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"It sounds like an oxymoron: Can you really make money as a socially responsible investor? The answer is, unquestionably, yes. The way you invest can contribute not only to your bottom line but also to a just and fair society. In Socially Responsible Investing, the movement's pioneer and the name behind the Domini 400 Social Index - Amy Domini - shows you how." "By following Domini's methods for screening companies, you'll learn how to: select stocks based on social and ethical considerations; use your power as a shareholder to communicate with companies and convince them to make positive social changes - from environmental practices to human rights; and invest in your community and make a difference locally."--Jacket.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The Way We Invest Matters: Defining the Goals of Socially Responsible Investing
  • The Dominance of Global Capitalism
  • What Motivates the Socially Responsible Investor?
  • The Three Basic Approaches Used by Socially Responsible Investors
  • Past Is Prologue: How the SRI Movement Started, and How It Continuously Evolves
  • Faith Heritage
  • The Context of the Times: 1968-1978
  • The Role of South Africa
  • Building Healthy Communities
  • A Case Study on the Evolution of Social Investing
  • Screening Your Investments: A Look under the Hood
  • The Importance of Negative Screens
  • Qualitative or Positive Screening
  • Screening Made Easy (or Easier)
  • What Social Screening Cannot Do
  • Direct Dialogue: Speaking Up as an Investor to Make a Difference
  • Shareholder Rights Lead to Activism Opportunities
  • The Tobacco Campaign: Activism in Action
  • Activism and the Environment
  • Shareholder Activism Made Easy (or Easier)
  • Community Economic Development: Investing to Make a Difference Locally
  • Community Development Loan Funds
  • Community Development Banking
  • Community Development Credit Unions (CDCUs)
  • Institutional Support for CDFIs
  • Investing in CDFIs Made Easy (or Easier)
  • Global Finance and Its Impact on the Global Economy
  • The Three Aspects of SRI in One World
  • Getting the Best of Each Culture in One World
  • Applying Social Criteria to Your Investment Decisions: You Can Make Money This Way
  • Social Screens Make Better Decisions Possible
  • Shareholder Dialogue Keeps Companies out of Trouble
  • Community Economic Development
  • The Power of SRI: Better Investing Will Result in a Better Tomorrow
  • Building a Voice for Decency within the Financial Services Industry
  • Socially Responsible Investing as a Transformational Experience That Underlies a Tipping Point
  • Johnson & Johnson Social Ratings
  • In the SEC's Own Words: Official SEC Rules on Shareholder Resolutions (Rule 14a-8)
  • Raytheon: A Shareholder Resolution on Executive Pay
  • Kinder, Lydenberg, Domini & Co.: Social Rating Criteria 2000
  • American Friends Service Committee Social Investment Policy and Guidelines.
  • 0793141737 ((pbk. : alk. paper))
  • 9780793141739 ((pbk. : alk. paper))
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