Carlson Funds Enterprise in Poets & Quants

What better way to give MBA and undergraduate business students practical knowledge of investments and fund management than handing them oversight of millions of dollars? They’ve been doing it at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management for years, and the students have done a bang-up job, growing the Carlson Funds Enterprise to its current size of nearly $40 million split between fixed-income and equities funds.

Now, in response to the shifting winds of finance, the CFE and its handlers are facing a new twist: how, and where, to invest with an eye to social responsibility.

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