Focus areas: climate change, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, ESG, impact investing, innovation, strategy, sustainable finance

Caroline Flammer is a Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. She is an expert in sustainable investing and the recipient of numerous prestigious awards. Her research examines how, and under which conditions, firms can enhance their competitiveness and long-term profitability while strengthening—instead of undermining—the very system in which they operate and hereby play a critical role in addressing climate change, inequality, global health, and other grand challenges related to society and the natural environment. The Web of Science ranked her among the top-100 Highly Cited Researchers in the economics and business profession in terms of impact over the past 10 years. Among other roles, she serves as the Chair of the Academic Advisory Committee of the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), the largest network of responsible investors to date. Moreover, she serves as Associate Editor for both Management Science and the Strategic Management Journal. For further information: http://www.columbia.edu/~cf2870/.

Research & Publications

November 2021|Journal of Financial Economics|Caroline Flammer
October 2021|Strategic Management Journal|Caroline Flammer, MW Toffel, KV Viswanathan
August 2019|Strategic Management Journal|Caroline Flammer, Aleksandra Kacperczyk
September 2017|Strategic Management Journal|Caroline Flammer, Pratima Bansal
February 2017|Strategic Management Journal|Caroline Flammer, Jiao Luo
July 2016|Management Science|Caroline Flammer, Aleksandra Kacperczyk