275 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Symposium on Environmental Impact Finance and Accounting for Sustainability
Oct 21, 8:00 AM GMT+2 – Oct 22, 5:00 PM GMT+2
Host: University of Applied Sciences,
Steyr, Austria
 

What is EIFAS

Mending the Future

The EIFAS-Environmental Impact Finance and Accounting for Sustainability Symposium at the 18th FRAP Conference, brings together selected scholars on the topics of Impact Investing, Social Finance and Accounting for Sustainability to discuss their current research, interact and network, and exchange ideas. Exciting keynotes, panel discussions and round-table paper presentations, together with publication opportunities and high-calibre networking await you.

 
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Academic Lead

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Hanken School of Economics
Middlesex University
ACRN Oxford

"Foundations, individual and group investors, public bodies as well as society at large have become increasingly interested and eager to finance and support innovative forms of doing business with a clear societal or environmental mission that are well embedded in all “three pillars” of sustainability (environmental, social and economic).”

Lehner, O. M. (2016). Routledge Handbook of Social and Sustainable Finance. Routledge: Oxford

Saïd Business School
University of Oxford

“Social impact accounting is different from financial accounting practice in terms of two key materiality issues: the uncertain nature of its material data and the empowering processes by which materiality is established.”

Nicholls, A. (2018). A general theory of social impact accounting: Materiality, uncertainty and empowerment. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship

 

News and updates

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EIFAS in Steyr, Austria in October 2021!

Call for Papers online now!

Abstract Proposal Submission - deadline May 20th

 
 
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ACRN Oxford Research Center

 
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