Socially responsible investment in Japan: Its mechanism and drivers
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- Céline Louche & Kyoko Sakuma, 2008. "Socially Responsible Investment in Japan: Its Mechanism and Drivers," Post-Print hal-01098061, HAL.
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KeywordsContextualisation; Japan; Socially responsible investment;
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