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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tobias Bauckloh

Tobias Bauckloh is a junior professor of Sustainable Finance at the University of Cologne since December 2021. Previously he was a researcher at the Department of Sustainable Finance at the University of Kassel. His research focuses in particular on asset pricing, impact investing and the impact of sustainability-related voluntary initiatives and regulations on the financial market. His research has been published in leading international academic journals such as The Accounting Review and Journal of Business Ethics. He has been a member of the think tank of the Association for the Promotion of Ethics and Sustainability in Investment (CRIC Tank) since May 2021 and the Centre for Financial Research (CfR) since December 2021.

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    The Accounting Review: Spillover effects of tax avoidance on peers’ firm value

    This research examines spillover effects of tax avoidance on peers’ firm value using the setting of the European Commission’s state aid investigations of private letter…

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    Organization & Environment: Under Pressure? The Link Between Mandatory Climate Reporting and Firms’ Carbon Performance

    We examine whether and how mandatory climate reporting leads to changes in firms’ carbon emissions. Drawing on legitimacy theory and using a difference-in-differences design, we…

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    Journal of Business Ethics: Active first movers vs. late free-riders? An empirical analysis of UN PRI signatories’ commitment

    Joining voluntary thematic initiatives can be a means for firms to legitimate their business activities. However, a lack of review mechanisms could create incentives for…

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    Corporate Finance: Sustainable and conventional mutual funds: Do they really differ?

    This study empirically analyzes the claim that sustainable funds are masked conventional funds for a small part of the German equity fund market. Additionally, we…

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