I am a Researcher and a fellow at the ICRIOS research centre of Bocconi University. I earned a degree in Business Administration at Bocconi University and then a degree in Philosophy at the State University of Milan. I received my PhD from Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands). I am also the program director of “Creating Value through Sustainability”, an intensive executive open program at SDA Bocconi.
My research areas are business strategy and corporate sustainability. My publications appeared on, among others, Business Ethics Quarterly, Ecological Economics, International Business Review, and Journal of World Business.
Forthcoming on Business Strategy and the Environment: “Paving the Road towards Eco-effectiveness: Exploring the Link between GHG Emissions and Firm Performance”, with Stefano Pogutz and Angelo Russo. In this article, we investigate the drivers that lead to an increase in the firm's environmental impact under the conditions of increasing market performance by the firm.
My current research questions focus on, first, which are the drivers and the strategic implications of sustainability adoption by companies; second, how corporate purposes and organisational forms (e.g., B Corps) influence strategies of firms; third, how business models can be changed to mitigate external impact and improve a firm’s performance.
A qualified account of supererogation: toward a better conceptualization of Corporate Social ResponsibilityBUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY, 2020
He teaches Management and Sustainability in a variety of courses at Bocconi University. He’s also the program director of “Creating Value through Sustainability”, an intensive executive open program at SDA Bocconi.