This website uses third party cookies to improve your experience. If you continue browsing or close this notice, you will accept their use.

Seminars on Sustainable Enterprise and Social Innovation

The objective of the cycle of seminars is to provide a global vision of principal issues surrounding corporate social responsibility.

Following a study of selected papers, students will be involved in talks with expert guest speakers.


Meeting 1: Business Goals Beyond Economic Success

Meeting 2: Is Environmental, Social Sustainability Compatible with Profitability?

Meeting 3: Sustainability and Profitability: The Ikea Case

Meeting 4: Measuring Sustainability Results 

Meeting 5: Communicating Sustainability Goals: Procedures, Evaluation and Risks 

Meeting 6: New Business Models for a Sustainable Economy: Cooperatives 

Meeting 7: New Business Models for a Sustainable Economy: Social Enterprise and Venture Philanthropy 

Meeting 8: New Business Models for an Innovative and Sustainable Economy: Sharing Economy 

Meeting 9: Social Innovation to Create Shared Values: Content, Models and Criticism 

Meeting 10: Social Innovation Panel: Current Experiences and Future Perspectives 

The course lasts a total of 40 hours. To receive credit, students must attend 28 hours, 70% of the total course hours, and pass a final evaluation stipulated by the instructor.

The course is offered in Italian and is limited to 50 students.

The course calendar will be available in January.