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Forget the Term ‘ESG.’ But Don’t Ignore the Power of the Concept.

Executives who consider environmental, social and corporate-governance criteria have been under attack lately, accused by critics of practicing “socialism,” or trying to act “woke.”

But our latest analysis, based on a gauge of corporate effectiveness from the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University, suggests that those who are integrating ESG considerations into their business are guilty of nothing more than good management.

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