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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October 10, 2019
Low-Carbon Transition Simulations Online Platforms

Two new, updated online platforms that simulate low-carbon transition are available online!...

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October 10, 2019
A new working paper is out: Coupling Environmental Transition and Social Prosperity

A new working paper by REMARC researchers Simone D’Alessandro, Tiziano Distefano, Pietro...

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August 02, 2019
A new paper is out: Does involvement in corporate social irresponsibility affect the linguistic features of corporate social responsibility reports?

A new paper by Matteo Corciolani, Federica Nieri and Annamaria Tuan has been published...

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October 11, 2019
Fixing “bad” capitalism: why CSR and pro-good initiatives may not be enough

A new paper by Elisa Giuliani and Federica Nieri just out in...

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Focus Areas


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.

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?

Societal Transition for a Sustainable Economy

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

Special Focus Topics

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