“Our framework highlights how Social and Governance performance have a close correlation with the outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic in the various economies of our selected universe.
Additionally, this study should serve as a driving force for continuous investment in a sustainable and responsible array of public policies. Economies that suffered the most from the COVID-19 pandemic were also those whose sovereign spreads widened during the pandemic, putting further financial pressure on their economies.”
[COMMENTARY]This is a fascinating study on which countries — and why certain countries — outperformed economically during one phase of the Covid-19 pandemic.
An ESG analysis on the Covid-19 crisis, by FTSE Russell, November 23, 2021, UK.