Dr Ellen Quigley
Ellen Quigley is a Principal Research Associate, the Co-Director of Finance for Environmental and Social Systemic Change, and the Special Adviser (Responsible Investment) to the Chief Financial Officer, all at the University of Cambridge. Her work centres on the mitigation of climate change and inequality through the investment policies and practices of institutional investors.
Ellen Quigley's academic interests include:
- Economics and business school education
- Sustainable finance
- Climate risk.
- AB, Harvard College.
- MSc, University of Oxford.
- PhD, Cantab.
Ellen is from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and holds an AB in English literature from Harvard College, an MSc in Nature, Society, and Environmental Policy from the University of Oxford, and a PhD in economics education from the University of Cambridge.
Her article, Universal Ownership in Practice: A Practical Investment Framework for Asset Owners, won the GRASFI Paper Prize for Potential Impact on Sustainable Finance Practices in 2020.
Long yet (probably overly) fast hikes; reading and writing fiction.
Publications, links and resources
- Quigley, E. and Pitt-Watson, D., 2019. Business School Rankings for the 21st Century, available at: https://www.unglobalcompact.org/library/5654.
- Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Quigley, E., 2020. 'To divest or to engage? A case study of investor responses to climate activism'. The Journal of Investing ESG Special Issue 2020, 29 (2) 10-20: doi.org/10.3905/joi.2020.1.114.