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Judith Stroehle is Assistant Professor of Sustainability Governance at the Institute for Accounting, Control and Auditing and the Institute for Economy & Ecology of St. Gallen University (HSG) in Switzerland. Her research and teaching focusses on how tools of measurement, accounting, and finance can help to implement sustainable business and investment practice, and her teaching focuses on bridging sustainability and accounting. In addition, Judith is an Affiliate Scholar at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford where she was she co-founded and led the Oxford Rethinking Performance Initiative (ORP) in 2020. Judith holds a doctoral degree (PhD Europeaus, U Milan) in Economic Sociology for which she collaborated with the International Labour Office (ILO) to examine social audit systems. She engages and works with several non-profits, companies, and asset managers on their non-financial strategies, reporting and measurement practices. She was the Global Future Council Fellow for SDG Investing with the World Economic Forum in 2021/ 2022 and works as an academic advisor to the Bertelsmann Foundation in Germany and the esg2go Foundation in Switzerland.


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