Professor Gordon L. Clark
Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography
Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
Professor Gordon L. Clark is an economic geographer, he is interested in the responsibilities and behaviour of investors as regards long-term sustainable investment. His current research focuses upon the design of investment institutions, and the interaction between governance and institutional decision-making in the interests of long-term environmental sustainability and the market for corporate governance.
Links to publicly accessible reports; academic publications available on request.
- 702: 21st Century Pension (In) Security
- 402: Pension reform in the United Kingdom: Increasing the role of private provision?
- 502: Restructuring Pensions For the 21st Century: The United States debate
- 602: Pension System in Transition: Private pensions as partial substitute to public pensions in Germany