REMARCResponsible Management Research Center

Our goal is to conduct an inter-disciplinary research on companies' responsible management practices and on sustainable development policies. We seek to have an impact on managers and on policy makers at local, national and international levels. We train future managers and other stakeholders to care about society, the environment and human rights.

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January 14, 2020
Predatory Journals: a new paper just out in Nature

Predatory journals: no definition, no defence Leading scholars and publishers from ten...

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January 14, 2020
Guarnieri and Distefano win the 7th “Brenno Galli” Award @ Italian Society of Law and Economics

Pietro Guarnieri has been awarded the 7th “Brenno Galli” Award for the...

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November 10, 2019
Partnership in Forum per la Disuguaglianza e Diversità

Chiara Certomà is now project partner in the Forum per la Disuguaglianza...

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January 15, 2020
How bad is your company? Measuring corporate wrongdoing beyond the magic of ESG metrics

Do you want to know how bad your company behaved over the...

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International Business and Human Rights

Research in this area seeks to investigate Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) human rights conduct while they are pursuing their business in different countries.
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Communicating and Practising Social Responsibility

How do companies frame CSR communication so to be seen as legitimate actors? How do they put CSR talk into practice?
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Societal Transition for a Sustainable Economy

This focus area investigates the socio-economic conditions of the transition towards an environmentally sustainable economy.
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Special Focus Topics

A set of other research topics on responsible innovation, integrity of science, and much more.

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