Dr. Emma Sjöström is Research Platform Manager for the Sustainable Finance platform, part of Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum).
At Misum, she is also a researcher within the research program Vinnova Green Finance, where she is undertaking a study on investor engagement with utility companies on phasing out coal.
Emma is also writing teaching cases on sustainable business and sustainable finance. She is a lecturer on undergraduate and MBA levels.
Emma Sjöström's PhD dissertation is titled Shareholder Influence on Corporate Social Responsibility and was published in 2009.
(2014) Hållbara investeringar. Stockholm: Sanoma utbildning.
(2013) The development of SRI in China. In: Young, S. & Gates, S. (eds.) Institutional Investors’ Power to Change Corporate Behavior: International Perspective. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
(2010) Ansiktslösa men Ansvarsfulla? Institutionella Ägare och en Hållbar Utveckling. Stockholm: Economic Research Institute (EFI) & PricewaterhouseCoopers.
(2010) Shareholders as Norm Entrepreneurs for Corporate Social Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics, 94(2): 177-191.
(2009) Shareholder Influence on Corporate Social Responsibility. Doctoral thesis. Stockholm: Economic Research Institute (EFI), Stockholm School of Economics.
(2009) Shareholder Influence on CSR: A Study of the Swedish Corporate Sector. SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Business Administration, No. 2009: 13.
(2009) Facilitators and Impediments for Socially Responsible Investment: A study of Hong Kong. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management,16(5): 278-288. (With Richard Welford)
(2008) Shareholder Activism for Corporate Social Responsibility: What Do We Know? Sustainable Development, 16: 141-154.
(2008) Socially Responsible Investments and Avoidance of Controversial Sectors: On Isomorphic Processes and the Quest for Legitimacy. Progress in Industrial Ecology, 5(3): 180-197.
(2008) H&M and Organic Cotton. SSE Teaching Case No: 2008:002. Stockholm School of Economics.
(2007) Translating Ideologically Based Concerns: How Civil Society Organisations Use the Financial Market to Protect Human Rights. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 6(2): 157-173.