The group of researchers and professors say the EU should pause new sustainability laws and instead review a raft of academic criticism.
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Dozens of academics from across Europe and and the US have called on the EU to pause for thought before pushing ahead with reforms to corporate governance aimed at improving sustainability.
Dubbing their communique a “call for reflection”, the more than 40 researchers and professors say the EU should postpone pushing ahead with new laws based on a widely criticised study produced last year and instead review a raft of academic criticism.
Led by London Business School’s Alex Edmans, Luca Enriques of Oxford University and Steen Thomsen at Copenhagen Business School, the academics have spelt out their concerns and the reasons behind
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