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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May 24, 2018
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REMARC connects to local stakeholders through an event that will take place...

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May 08, 2018
ICT and rare earth minerals during the “Rethinking clusters” workshop

Elisa Giuliani talking about the importance of rare earth minerals and coltan...

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April 11, 2018
More on predatory journals and scientific misconduct

A new paper by Mauro Sylos Labini is forthcoming in Research Policy!...

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May 25, 2018
Is Socially Responsible Investment a Success?

24th May 2018, Prof. Bert Scholtens (Groningen University) gives a keynote speech...

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Novel Approaches to Sustainable and Inclusive Development

Elisa Giuliani will be teaching regional development, human rights and inequality at the RSA Europe...

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Focus Areas

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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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