Edited by Enrique Ballestero, Blanca Perez-Gladish and Ana Garcia-Bernabeu. Integrates socially responsible investment into modern portfolio theory from a multi-criteria perspective. Shows how to combine financial criteria such as profitability and risk with non-financial criteria such as the protection of the ecosystem, responsible consumption of energy, and healthcare campaigns. Presents critical issues in ethical investment, explains the application of goal programming techniques for SRI funds, demonstrates how compromise programming can be applied in the contexts of portfolio selection and risk management and examines the application of other decision-making support methods like the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) framework, the Reference Point Method, and soft computing techniques for portfolio selection. Learn more.