Lisa’s research interests are in applied empirical finance and in particular the areas of institutional investment, pension funds, socially responsible investing and shareholder activism. Lisa has presented her research at numerous international conferences.
She has received several awards and scholarships for her research, including a scholarship by the German National Academy Foundation, the 2015 PRI-Sycomore AM Award for the most outstanding research in responsible investment and the 2017 FIR-PRI Finance and Sustainability Award for her PhD thesis. Lisa holds a PhD in Finance from the ICMA Centre at the University of Reading and a MLitt in Finance and Management from the University of St Andrews.
Why does research in finance have so little impact?Professor Chris Brooks, Dr Lisa Schopohl, Evelyn Fenton, James Walker
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