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An Analysis of Proxy Voting and Engagement Policies and Practices of the Sovereign Wealth Funds

Chaoni Huang
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Timothy Barnett
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Abstract

This report presents a study of the engagement and proxy voting practices of the ten largest Sovereign Wealth Funds, as well as general analysis of the level of transparency with which they operate. During the past two years, there has been an ongoing debate about the risks and opportunities related to the influence of the Sovereign Wealth Funds on the global capital markets. However, no systematic attempts have yet been made to evaluate the actual impact of the Sovereign Wealth Funds through analyzing their behavior and practices.

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hal-00623745 , version 1 (15-09-2011)

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Afshin Mehrpouya, Chaoni Huang, Timothy Barnett. An Analysis of Proxy Voting and Engagement Policies and Practices of the Sovereign Wealth Funds. 2009. ⟨hal-00623745⟩

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