Sabina Du Rietz is Assistant Professor at the Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law at Norwegian School of Economics since 2013. She received a PhD in accounting from Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, in 2013, where she also did a master in finance. In 2011, Sabina Du Rietz was a visiting academic at the School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London. Prior to the PhD, Sabina Du Rietz worked in finance at Handelsbanken and the Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund. Her research focuses on measurement and governance of sustainability and the national economy. Her work has appeared in Scandinavian Journal of Management and in books by Routledge and Oxford University Press. Sabina Du Rietz is part of the Seafood Innovation Cluster's sustainability work group, a Norwegian Center of Expertise, and NHH's research project FOCUS.
|Du Rietz, Sabina||Responsible Investment in Sweden||The Routledge Handbook of Responsible investment, page 336 - 344, 2016|
|Du Rietz, Sabina||Valuation devices orientation to each other: Imitation and differentiation among devices valuing companies social and environmental performance||Making things valuable, page 148 - 166, 2015|
|Du Rietz, Sabina||Sweden: CSR as a non-union arena for union issues||Corporate Social Responsibility and Trade Unions: Perspectives across Europe, page 169 - 184, 2014|
|Du Rietz, Sabina||When accounts become information: A study of investors' ESG analysis practice||Scandinavian Journal of Management Volume 30 (4), page 395 - 408, 2014|