Development Finance Institutions’ Effect on The Fund Manager’s Investment Decisions : Balancing Financial Performance Goals and Development Impact Objectives

Bachelor thesis English OPEN
Adolfssson, Alexander; Åström, Marie;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Umeå universitet, Företagsekonomi
  • Subject: DFI | Development Finance Institutions | MDFI | Multilateral Development Finance Institutions | SEE | SRI | Socially Responsible Invesments | CSR | NGO | SIDA | DEG | FM | SME | Multiplier Effect | Agent Theory | Stakeholder Theory | Qualitative | Subjectivism | Objectivism | Postitivsm | Intepretivism | Investment Behavior | Standard Asset Pricing Model | ESG | Sin Industries | Principle-agent Theory | Positivist Agent Thoery | Agent Conflict | Incentives | Investment Behvaior | Optimal contracts | Descriptive Stakeholder Thoery | Convergent Stakeholder Theory | Stakeholder | Shareholder | Financial Performance | Development Impact | Hands-off model | Direct-involvement model | Affirmative Behavior | Aviodance Behavior | Tripple Bottom Line | Agent | Principle | Control | Fund Manager | Business Administration | Företagsekonomi

Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) have played a crucial role in moving socially responsibility considerations up on the private equity industry’s agenda. DFIs add a development impact criterion to traditional financial performance goals in the investment industry ... View more
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