Quinn Curtis

Quinn Curtis is the Honorable Albert V. Bryan Jr. ’50 Research Professor of Law and associate dean for curricular programs at the University of Virginia Law School. He has written extensively on the regulation of mutual funds corporate governance, ESG, and the regulation of retirement accounts.

CEOs Have Real Incentives To Promote ESG

In new research, Michal Barzuza, Quinn Curtis, and David Webber create a framework explaining why CEOs have powerful incentives to promote ESG, why these incentives are distinct from those of shareholders, why they are powerful despite the lack of governance mechanisms, and why they are at times excessive or skewed.

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