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2. Investing with Impact: An Integrated Analysis Between Academics and Practitioners

verfasst von : Rosella Carè, Karen Wendt

Erschienen in: Social Impact Investing Beyond the SIB

Verlag: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Impact investments have become one of the most important and most talked about market approaches. Many authors have tried to clarify the boundaries of this emerging investing approach, but several aspects remain unexplored. In particular, to date not many studies have focused on actors and instruments currently available. Moving from these considerations, this chapter aims to: (1) provide a deeper understanding of the impact investing landscape through a systematic literature review, by providing an assessment of the instruments and actors involved; (2) analyze the investors’ preferences by using a pilot survey; and (3) discuss the major trends and challenges that have emerged, both in theory and practice. The exploratory nature of the study was maximized using a qualitative approach. This chapter contributes to the academic debate by providing a preliminary attempt to understand actors and instruments available and the impact investors’ preferences and characteristics.

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Metadaten
Titel
Investing with Impact: An Integrated Analysis Between Academics and Practitioners
verfasst von
Rosella Carè
Karen Wendt
Copyright-Jahr
2018
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-78322-2_2