Wiedemann-Goiran, Thierry; Pfister, Servane
September 2006
Revue d'Économie Financière;Sep2006, Vol. 85, p1
Academic Journal
SRI practices aren't exactly the same neither on both sides of Atlantic, nor between Northern and Continental Europe. To appreciate these differences, the different approaches of the economic and social model within they developed have to be understood. So, the European and Anglo-Saxon models must be appreciated in their historical, cultural and moral context. This article introduces how the SRI development reflects these inheritances.


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