Journal of Investing, ESG Special Edition 2020
The article provides a broad overview of impact investing including its evolution from both investment and philanthropic paths and the varying return and impact expectations investors will have depending upon their orientation. The article discusses how many trends in impact investing aren’t only beneficial to society but could also enhance long-term returns. Impact investing 2.0 stems from the field’s investment side and its primary characteristic is that the drivers of the impact are integrated into creating an above market return, attracting all types of investors.
"Hedge Funds and Impact Investing: Considerations for Institutional Investors”
Journal of Investing, Summer 2018
The hedge fund asset class has been slow to create impact investment options. My article touches on three possible causes for this: an alpha-only focus, a time horizon mismatch with sustainability themes, and the stigma historically associated with SRI. After a brief overview of the evolution of impact investing the article, I discuss some of the hedge fund strategies in which these concerns do not necessarily apply and ways institutional investors can engage with their managers and incorporate impact into their hedge fund allocations.
"Return-Based Style Analysis: Are Quarterly Returns as Meaningful?”
Journal of Investing, Fall 1996
"Footprints in the Sand: Return-Based Style Analysis"
Chapter in Equity Style Management edited by Klein and Lederman (Irwin Professional Publishing, 1995)