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KLD Research and Analytics


KLD Research and Analytics
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Requires an account for use (instructions in About) (WRDS) limited to students, faculty, and staff of the University of Texas at Austin
MSCI (formerly KLD Research & Analytics, Inc.) is the leading authority on social research for institutional investors. To meet the needs of social investors, KLD provides research, benchmarks, compliance, and consulting services analogous to those provided by financial research service firms. KLD has been providing research products and services to the financial services market since 1988. Featuring the largest corporate social research staff in the world, KLD produces high-quality consistent research that institutions have come to rely on.

KLD created the Domini 400 SocialSM Index (DS 400 Index), a socially screened, capitalization-weighted index of 400 common stocks. The DS 400 is recognized as the first social investment benchmark. As well, KLD provides social ratings for all companies in the DS400.

In order to use this service, you must request an account. University of Texas at Austin faculty, Ph.D. students, and Master’s students may request an account by choosing the "register for a WRDS account" link via the web page linked above. Accounts will be activated within 48 business hours.

Access to this resource is funded by the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.

 
 
User Limits: unlimited
 
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