Academic Program

Our Academic Program aims to support responsible investment research as well as meet increasing demand for ESG insights from academia.

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Through its program, Sustainalytics is offering a range of ESG data to support studies, and is seeking to partner with leading academic institutions to produce responsible investment research. There are three main pillars of the program to suit varying academic needs.

Academic institutions, mainly university libraries, who wish to subscribe to our data can email us at contact@sustainalytics.com

Single ESG data requests by students, individual academics or university departments should be submitted through our online research portal

Full-time academics interested in developing strategic partnerships with Sustainalytics through joint research projects and/or co-branded events should email contact@sustainalytics.com.

SINGLE ESG DATA REQUEST?

ACADEMIC PARTNERS

Professor Jean-Pascal Gond: Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility, Cass Business School; Head of the ETHOS Research Centre
  • O’Sullivan, N. and Gond, J. (2016), Engagement: Unlocking the black box of value creation (free access via our knowledge center)
Dr. Benjamin Auer: Associate Professor, Finance Department, Leipzig University

SUPPORTED RESEARCH

Finance and Investment Management
Management Studies
Marketing & Communications

SCHOEMAKER STUDENT COMPETITION

The Schoemaker-Sustainalytics Student Competition on Business and Human Rights is a joint initiative of Sustainalytics and the Netherland Committee of Jurists for Human Rights (NJCM). Held bi-annually, the competition provides master’s level students an opportunity to conduct research on a topic related to business and human rights while furthering their knowledge of CSR through a paid internship with Sustainalytics.

The competition was launched in 2014 as a tribute to the late Daan Schoemaker. Daan was a human rights expert with Sustainalytics from 2009 until 2012; he served on the board of NJCM in 2009 and became Vice Chair in 2010; and his research on the Ruggie Principles formed part of the Harvard Kennedy School’s course on CSR.

Read the Schoemaker student competition rules and FAQ. For more information, please contact NJCM.

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