Apply Your Knowledge: Stock Screening
Read Section 3.5 on Stock Screening. At the end of Chapter 3, complete the activity Apply Your Knowledge: Stock Screening. In a two-page paper (not including the title and reference pages) you must:
- Define stock screening in your own words. Cite your source for this.
- Develop a list of five criteria for activist stock screening. These might include social, political, or environmental issues that are meaningful to you, such as child labor, solar energy, or compliance with certain government regulations.
- Summarize the stock screening procedure citing your sources.
You must use at least one scholarly source in addition to the text and your paper must be formatted according to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Note: Title must appear on the first page of text; headings must be used in all APA essays; and, the final heading of your paper must be the word: Conclusion.
Here is the Book:
Hammond, S. C., & Christensen, L. J. (2016). Corporate and social responsibility: Road map for a sustainable future [Electronic version].Retrieved from https://ashford.content.edu