On September 27, 2017, at Hughes Hall, Cambridge University, Dr. Ted Jackson presented a paper, co-authored with Karim Harji, entitled “The Household as the Unit of Analysis:  Evaluating the Multidimensional Household Outcomes of Impact Investing in Rural West Africa.” He was part of a panel at the Finance, Risk and Accounting Perspectives Conference held alongside the Social and Sustainable Finance, Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing Conference.   Organized by the ACRN Oxford Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and chaired by Centre Director Dr. Othmar Lehner, the conference drew scholars in a wide range of fields—finance, accounting, management, economics, development, geography and philosophy, among others—from across the United Kingdom and Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East.  To read the paper, click here.  To learn more about the conference, go to http://www.acrn.eu/finance/