Historically, companies were placed on exclusionary lists because of the moral and ethical perspectives of investors.

A cursory look at the kinds of companies excluded makes this clear: nuclear armaments, cluster bombs, the tobacco industry, environmentally irresponsible companies and known violators of human rights…

Exclusionary lists are at the heart of socially responsible investing(SRI), but they have a direct impact on shorting for hedge funds.

We consider their impact on ethical exclusionary lists and economic exclusionary lists (those that exclude shares due to their potential business risk).

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