Curriculum Vitae

Current Residence: London (United Kingdom)

Citizenship: Italian

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Academic Positions

November 2022 - Current

Senior Lecturer of Sustainable Business

Cranfield School of Management

(Cranfield, United Kingdom)

Affiliation: Sustainability Group

January 2020 - Current

Affiliated Researcher

Stockholm School of Economics

(Stockholm, Sweden)

Affiliation: Mistra Centre for Sustainable Markets (MISUM)

November 2022 - Current

Research Fellow

Sasin School of Management of Chulalongkorn University

(Bangkok, Thailand)

Affiliation: Department of Management

January 2020 - October 2022

Lecturer in Management

Sasin School of Management of Chulalongkorn University

(Bangkok, Thailand)

Affiliation: Department of Management

January 2019 - December 2019

Post-doctoral Researcher

University of Victoria - Gustavson School of Business

(Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)

Affiliation: Centre for Social and Sustainable Innovation

 

Education

August 2014 - December 2018

PhD in Business Administration

Stockholm School of Economics

(Stockholm, Sweden)

Affiliations: (1) Department of Marketing and Strategy (2) The European institute of Japanese studies (3) The Mistra center for sustainable markets
Thesis: Corporate social responsibility sensemaking: The change agency of executives in Bangladesh and CSR workers in Japan

April 2013 - February 2015

Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA)

McGill University

(Montréal, Canada - Tokyo Campus, Japan)

Final paper project: The Bangladesh Factory Fund – Is a dollar too much?

Semptember 2007 - October 2008

Master of Science CEMS MIM in International Management (Double Degree)

University College Dublin - Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

(Dublin, Ireland)

Exchange semester between February 2008 and June 2008 at Vienna University of Economics and Business (Vienna, Austria)
Thesis: Top management compensation after an international merger and its relation to corporate performance

September 2004 – September 2007

Bachelor in Business Administration

Bocconi University

(Milan, Italy)

Exchange semester between October 2006 and February 2007 at University of Cologne, Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences (Cologne, Germany)
Thesis: Quality management control strategies in the field of customer satisfaction: Cases from the Unicredit Group

September 2002 – June 2003

Senior High School Year

Florida State University Schools

(Tallahassee, Florida, United States)

High School 4th Year

 

Industry Experience

May 2011 – July 2014 (Tokyo, Japan)

MaxMara Fashion Group

Market Analyst & Ecommerce Japan Manager

October 2008 – April 2011 (Reggio Emilia, Italy)

MaxMara Fashion Group

Market Manager for Europe, Central Asia and North Africa

July 2006 - September 2006 (Berlin, Germany)

Hypovereinsbank (Unicredit Group)

Internship as Quality Management Consultant

 

Peer-reviewed articles and chapters (Citations as of November 2022: 150)

Fontana, E., & Pisalyaput, N. (2022): Understanding the importance of farmer–NGO collaboration for sustainability and business strategy: Evidence from the coffee supply chain. Business Strategy and the Environment.

Fontana, E., & Siriwichai, P. (2022): Understanding transgender persons' careers to advance sustainable development: The case of Trans for Career Thailand. Sustainable Development.

Fontana, E., Atif, M., & Heuer, M. (2022): Implementing social sustainability through market pressures: An inter-organizational network analysis in the Pakistani apparel supply chain. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management.

Fontana, E., Shin, H., Oka, C., & Gamble, J. (2022): Tensions in the strategic integration of corporate sustainability through global standards: Evidence from Japan and South Korea. Business Strategy and the Environment. 31(3), 875-891

Fontana, E., Öberg, C., & Poblete, L. (2021): Nominated procurement and the indirect control of nominated sub-suppliers: Evidence from the Sri Lankan apparel supply chain. Journal of Business Research. 127, 179-192

Fontana, E., Heuer, M., & Koep, L. (2021): Cross-sector collaboration and non-profit boundary work for female workers in developing countries: Evidence from Bangladesh. Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal. 12(6), 1178-1207

Fontana, E., Atif, M., & Gull, A. A. (2021). Corporate social responsibility decisions in apparel supply chains: The role of negative emotions in Bangladesh and Pakistan. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 28(6), 1700-1714

Fontana, E. (2020). Managing diversity through transgender inclusion in developing countries: A collaborative corporate social responsibility initiative from Bangladesh. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 27(6), 2548-2562

Fontana, E. (2020). When the main job tasks are perceived to be ‘irrelevant’ in the workplace: The internal uselessness of corporate social responsibility work in Japan. Culture and Organization. 26 (5-6), 405-424

Fontana, E. & Egels-Zandén, N. (2019). Non sibi, sed omnibus: Influence of supplier collective behaviour on corporate social responsibility in the Bangladeshi apparel supply chain. Journal of Business Ethics. 159(4), 1047-1064

Fontana, E. (2019). Pioneering environmental innovation in developing countries: The case of executives' adoption of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Journal of Cleaner Production. 236. 117675

Fontana, E. (2018). Corporate social responsibility as stakeholder engagement: Firm-NGO collaboration in Sweden. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 25(4), 327-338

Fontana, E. (2017). Strategic CSR: a Panacea for Profit and Altruism? An empirical study among executives in the Bangladeshi RMG supply chain. European Business Review. 29(3), 304-319

Fontana, E. (2021). Creating inclusion for transwomen at work through corporate social responsibility: The contributions of Bandhu in Bangladesh. Pp. 385-406 in: Marques, J., Exploring Gender at work: Toward Increased Awareness and Integration. Palgrave Macmillan.

Fontana, E. (2020). Social sustainability from upstream: DBL Group’s People programs in the Bangladeshi apparel supply chain. Pp. 281-302 in: Swain, R. B., & Sweet, S., Sustainable Consumption and Production, Volume 2. Palgrave Macmillan.

Fontana, E. (2020). Among the poorest of the poor: Tauhid’s sustainability approach in northern Bangladesh. Pp. 65-76 in: Flynn, P. M., Tan, T. K., & Gudić, M., Global Champions of Sustainable Development. Greenleaf/PRME (Principles for  Responsible Management Education) Book Series

Fontana, E. (2018). Innovative sustainability in South Asian Garment Supply Chains: The case of MAS Holdings in Sri Lanka. Pp. 112-123 in: Heuer, M., & Becker-Leifhold, C., Eco-Friendly and Fair: Fast Fashion and Consumer Behavior. Greenleaf Publishing

 

Academy of Management annual conference proceedings

Fontana, E., & Dawkins, C. (2022): "Politics and Social Responsibility in the Bangladesh Ready-Made Garment Supply Chains". Paper presented at the conference: Creating a Better World Together. Academy of Management annual meeting, Seattle, USA. August 5 – 9, 2022.

Published in: Proceedings of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2022.15875abstract

Fontana, E., Köllen, T., & Siriwichai, P. (2022): "Trashing or rather thrashing out the gender binary? Transgender employees’ gender performance at work". Paper presented at the conference: Creating a Better World Together. Academy of Management annual meeting, Seattle, USA. August 5 – 9, 2022.

Published in: Proceedings of the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2022.13011abstract

Fontana, E., Morsing, M., & Frandsen, S. (2021): "How CSR practitioners reformulate their calling through social-symbolic work practices over time". Paper presented at the conference: Bringing the Manager back in Management. Academy of Management annual meeting, Philadelphia, USA (virtual meeting due to Covid-19). July 29 – August 4, 2021.

Published in: Proceedings of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2021.11115abstract

Fontana, E., Shin, H., Oka, C., & Gamble, J. (2021): "A comparative examination of the tensions of sustainability managers in Korean and Japanese MNCs." Paper to be presented at the at the conference: Bringing the Manager back in Management. Academy of Management annual meeting, Philadelphia, USA (virtual meeting due to Covid-19). July 29 – August 4, 2021.

Published in: Proceedings of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2021.15298abstract

Fontana, E., Öberg, C., & Poblete, L. (2020): "The Direct and Indirect Control of Sub-Suppliers Through Nominated Procurement in Emerging Markets". Paper presented at the conference: Broadening our sight. Academy of Management annual meeting, Vancouver, Canada (virtual meeting due to Covid-19). August 7-11, 2020.

Published in: Proceedings of the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2020.18348abstract

Fontana, E. (2018) “When jobs are “spoiled” in the workplace: The internal taint of CSR work”. Paper presented at the conference: Improving lives. Academy of Management annual meeting, Chicago, USA, August 10–14, 2018.

Published in: Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2018.15830abstract

Fontana, E., & Zandén, N. E (2017): “Non Sibi, Sed Omnibus: the network effect of Industrial Clusters on CSR execution in the Bangladeshi Garment Supply Chain”. Paper presented at the conference: At the interface. Academy of Management annual meeting, Atlanta, USA, August 3–8, 2017.

Published in: Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Doi: 10.5465/AMBPP.2017.15334abstract

 

Academy of Management - PDW workshops and consortia

Paper Development Workshop (#16948 - SIM, IM and OMT Divisions)

Rehbein, K., Schrempf-Stirling, J., & de Bakker, F. (2020): The politics of business and human rights: Corporate political activity, corporate social responsibility and human rights.

PDW at Academy of Management annual meeting, Vancouver, Canada (virtual meeting due to Covid-19). August 7-11, 2020.

Panelists: Crane, A., de Bakker, F., Fontana, E., Knudsen, J. S., Leitheiser, E., Moon, J., & Wettstein, F.

SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium 2021

Fontana, E. (presenter) & Dawkins, C.: How did we get (back) here? A Gramscian perspective into the Post-Rana Plaza politics of the Bangladeshi apparel supply chain.

Paper to be presented at the SIM/ONE (Virtual) Junior Faculty Consortium of the conference: Bringing the Manager Back in Management. Academy of Management annual meeting, Philadelphia, USA. July 29–August 4, 2021.

SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium 2020

Fontana, E. (presenter), Atif, M., Gull, A. A.: We are frightened and furious: Influence of fear and anger on corporate social responsibility practices in Bangladeshi and Pakistani apparel supply chains.

Paper presented at the SIM/ONE (Virtual) Junior Faculty Consortium of the conference: Broadening our sight. Academy of Management annual meeting, Vancouver, Canada, August 7–11, 2020.

SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium 2019

Fontana, E. (presenter) Heuer, M. & Koep, L. (2019): Cross sector collaborations in developing countries: Addressing patriarchy through CSR initiatives for women workers in the Bangladeshi apparel industry. Paper presented at the SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium of the conference: Understanding the Inclusive Organization. Academy of Management annual meeting, Boston, USA, August 9–13, 2019.

SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium 2018

Fontana, E.: “When jobs are “spoiled” in the workplace: The internal taint of CSR work.

Paper presented at the SIM/ONE Junior Faculty Consortium of the conference: Improving lives. Academy of Management annual meeting, Chicago, USA, August 10–14, 2018.

SIM/ONE Doctoral Consortium 2017

Fontana, E. (presenter) & Zandén, N. E.: Non Sibi, Sed Omnibus: the network effect of industrial clusters on CSR execution in the Bangladeshi garment supply chain. Paper presented at the SIM/ONE doctoral consortium: At the interface. Academy of Management annual meeting, Atlanta, USA, August 3–8, 2017.

 

Past conference presentations

Amsterdam, The Netherlands (virtual meeting due to Covid-19), July 8-10, 2021

Fontana, E., & Dawkins, C. (2021). "How did we get (back) here? A Gramscian perspective on politics in Bangladesh’s apparel industry"

Paper presented at the conference: European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS). Sub-theme 47: Multi-stakeholder Initiatives: Inclusive Dynamics to Address Grand Challenges.

Lisbon, Portugal (virtual meeting due to Covid-19) , July 31, 2020

Pilato, V., Murphy, M., & Fontana, E. (2020). “Is Fair Trade adding value?”

Paper presented in the "New topics in Business & Society Research" discussion session (number 4) at the conference: 31st Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society (iABS)

Hamburg, Germany (virtual meeting due to Covid-19), July 2-4, 2020

Oka, C., Shin, H., Gamble, J., & Fontana, E. (2020). "A Tale of Two East Asian Countries: When global CSR meets the local in South Korea and Japan"

Paper presented at the conference: European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS). Sub-theme 2: Contesting Hegemonies in Organizing Social Responsibilities

Edinburgh, UK, July 3-6, 2019

Fontana, E., Pilato, V., & Suddaby, R. (2019). "The common truths that people won’t tell you: The influence of institutional logics on apparel suppliers’ labor-oriented corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Bangladesh"

Paper presented at the conference: European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS). Sub-theme 38: Organizing across the Supply Chain: Enlightening Responsible Forms of Organizing

Edinburgh, UK, July 3-6, 2019

Oka, C., Shin, H., Gamble, J., & Fontana, E. (2019). "Conceptualizing corporate social responsibility (CSR) in East Asia: How CSR managers in Korea and Japan respond to the constellations of institutional logics"

Paper presented at the conference: European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS). Sub-theme 59: Actor-centered Institutionalism: Comparing Actors, Contexts, Interactions and Change

San Diego, California, USA, March 21–24, 2019

Fontana, E., Frandsen, S., Gond, J. P., & Morsing, M. (2019). “Does corporate social responsibility (CSR) always drive work meaningfulness? Exploring the case of CSR managers”

Paper presented in the Advancing Cutting Edge ideas (ACEi) session at the conference: 30th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society (iABS)

Tallin, Estonia, July 4-7, 2018

Fontana, E. (2018). “When Occupations are “Made Dirty” in the Workplace: The Internal Taint of Corporate Social Responsibility Work”

Paper presented at the conference: European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS). Sub-theme 37: Opening the Black Box: Advancing Micro-level Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility

Mannheim, Germany, June 20-22, 2018

Fontana, E. (2018). “When Occupations are “Made Dirty” in the Workplace: The Internal Taint of Corporate Social Responsibility Work”

Paper presented at the conference: Business & Society research seminar 2018 (host by University of Mannheim)

Hong Kong, China, June 6-10, 2018

Fontana, E. (2018). “At the Junction of Different Worlds: The Sensemaking Process of Corporate Responsibility Managers in Japan”

Paper presented at the conference: 29th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society (iABS)

Seville, Spain, September 13-15, 2017

Fontana, E. (2017). “CSR cognitive framing: the role of CSR practitioners in Japan”

Paper presented at the conference: Corporate Responsibility Research Conference (CRRC) (host by University of Seville)

Lille, France, June 8-9, 2017

Fontana, E., & Zandén, N. E. (2017). “Non Sibi, Sed Omnibus: the network effect of Industrial Clusters on CSR execution in the Bangladeshi Garment Supply Chain”

Paper presented at the conference: Business & Society research seminar (host by IÉSEG School of Management)

Helsinki, Finland, April 28-29, 2017

Fontana, E., & Zandén, N. E. (2017). “Non Sibi, Sed Omnibus: the network effect of Industrial Clusters on CSR execution in the Bangladeshi Garment Supply Chain”

Paper presented at the conference: CR3+, Making corporate responsibility useful (host by Hanken Business School)

Copenhagen, Denmark, June 16–17, 2016

Fontana, E., & Nyaupane, R. (2016). “A Scandinavian Cooperative Approach on Silent Stakeholders: The cases of H&M and M&S”

Paper presented at the conference: International Conference on Business, Policy and Sustainability: THEME 7 - Sustainability in a Scandinavian Context (host by Copenhagen Business School)

Marseille, France, September 16-18, 2015

Fontana, E. (2015). “Global Value Chain (GVC) Governance: A study of compliance and sustainable compliance in in the RMG industry”

Paper presented at the conference: Corporate Responsibility Research Conference CRRC 2015 >> Creative Destruction or Creating Destruction? << (host by Kedge Business School)

Nottingham, UK, March 31, 2015

Fontana, E. (2015). "Compliance to corporate code of conducts: A trust-network perspective for the buyer – SME supplier dyadic relationship in the South East Asian RMG industry"

Paper presented at the conference: SMEs and Corporate Social Responsibility in Supply Chains: An Emerging/Developing Countries Perspective (host by University of Nottingham, International Center for Corporate Social Responsibility).

 

Teaching

March 2021 – April 2021

Course director in the Sasin School of Management full time MBA Program. 30-hours course in sustainable supply chain management

Teaching Evaluation (N=20/40): 1) I have learned something that I consider valuable (Evaluation: 3.95/5), 2) Instructor held my attention during class (Evaluation: 3.85/5), 3) Instructor's explanation were clear (Evaluation: 3.94/5) and 4) Course materials were well prepared and organized (Evaluation: 4.15/5)

August 2020 – September 2020

Course director in the Sasin School of Management PhD Program. 30-hours course in corporate social responsibility and sustainability management (focus on qualitative research methods)

Number of students: 4. Teaching Evaluation (N=4/4): 1) I have learned something that I consider valuable (Evaluation: 3.75/5), 2) Instructor held my attention during class (Evaluation: 4.5/5), 3) Instructor's explanation were clear (Evaluation: 4.5/5) and 4) Course materials were well prepared and organized (Evaluation: 4.25/5)

January 2018 – June 2019

Teaching assistant in the Stockholm School of Economics Executive MBA Program. Course in corporate social responsibility and sustainability management

Main professor: Dr. Mette Morsing. Number of students: 48. Teaching Evaluation: 8.18/10 (N=38/48)

January 2017 – June 2018

Teaching assistant in the Stockholm School of Economics Executive MBA Program. Course in corporate social responsibility and sustainability management

Main professor: Dr. Mette Morsing. Number of students: 47. Teaching Evaluation: 6.8/10 (N=41/47)

January 2016 – June 2017

Teaching assistant in the Stockholm School of Economics Executive MBA Program. Course in corporate social responsibility and sustainability management

Main professor: Dr. Lin Lerpold. Number of students: 47. Teaching Evaluation: 6.1/10 (N=39/47)

November-December 2015

Teaching assistant at the Stockholm School of Economics, Bachelor class 612 in Operation Management

Main professor: Dr. Mattia Bianchi

 

Guest lectures

November 27, 2020

3-hrs lecture in the PhD/MA course (2023701) in Environment, Development and Sustainability at Graduate School of Chulalongkorn University. The course (done online due to Covid-19 restrictions) with 8 MA and 7 PhD students was centered on understanding 1) supply chains and their social/environmental related problems 2) the evolution of governance models to promote social/environmental upgrades in supply chains, 3) Bangladesh as key context of inquiry and 4) future avenues for research and practice

March 8, 2019

4-hrs lecture to first-year bachelor students in marketing at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden. Most of the lecture was devoted to a simulation activity in the field of corporate social responsibility and supply chains in developing countries

March 6, 2019

2-hrs lecture to first-year bachelor students in marketing at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden, on the topic: an introduction to sustainability and corporate social responsibility

October 5, 2018

2-hrs lecture to third year Bachelor students in the class 612 Management, Operations at the Stockholm School of Economics. The teaching provided a general overview of CSR and Sustainability, before delving into the Apparel Supply Chain and the case of Bangladesh. A negotiation workshop and a following discussion covered the second half of the lecture

October 4, 2018

1-hr lecture to first year Bachelor students in the SSE Retail Management course at the Stockholm School of Economics. This session was aimed to introduce the notions of CSR and Sustainability in Retail, stressing in particular the responsibility of the different actors in the apparel industry (total students' evaluation: 6 out of 7)

March 6, 2018

4-hrs lecture at SSE Riga campus (Latvia) to executive MBA students on the topic: global supply chains in a sustainability context

November 20, 2017

2-hrs lecture as part of the bachelor course 612 in operation management. This was aimed to link corporate social responsibility (CSR) to the management of supply chains and operations. It stretched along four sub-sections, namely, CSR in Supply Chains, Supply Chain Governance Systems for CSR, The case study of the Bangladeshi RMG Supply Chain and the organizing of a negotiation-based simulation among the students

October 12, 2017

4-hrs lecture to first-year bachelor students in marketing at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden. Most of the lecture was devoted to a simulation activity in the field of corporate social responsibility and supply chains in developing countries

October 9, 2017

1-hr lecture to first-year bachelor students in marketing at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden, on the topic: an introduction to sustainability and corporate social responsibility

September 6, 2016

4-hrs lecture in the course corporate social responsibility and sustainability management (3 ECTS) (course number: 6120). The focus of the class was on “CSR in Supply chains” within a developing country context, empirically studied on RMG (Ready Made Garment) supply chains

December 6, 2016

2-hrs lecture as part of the Bachelor course Class 612 in Operation Management. The lecture was to provide an understanding of the linkage of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with Supply Chains and Operations Management. It stretched along four sub-sections, namely, CSR in Supply Chains, Supply Chain Governance Systems for CSR, The case study of the Bangladeshi RMG Supply Chain and the organizing of a negotiation-based simulation among the students

February 23, 2016

3-hrs lecture at SSE Riga campus (Latvia) to EMBA students on the topic: a stakeholder approach vis-à-vis CSR in the Ready-Made Garment (RMG) industry

November 26, 2015

2-hours lecture for the bachelor class 612 in operation management, on the topic: supply chains and the RMG industry in Bangladesh

September 1, 2015

2-hrs lecture to first-year master in management students at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden, on the topic: sustainability, ethics and innovation

 

Dissertation supervision

Spring 2017

Master thesis (student: Emelie Albertson)

Title: “Personal standards in the decision making process”

Spring 2016

Bachelor thesis (students: Miranda Schüler and Zi-Hoon Park)

Title: "Shaping minds to increase ecological consumption? Ethical goal framing on consumer perceptions"

 

Invitations as expert speaker and academic workshops

July 26-29, 2021

Invited as participant to the Wharton Global Faculty Development Program. The primary focus of the program is on analyzing papers published in top management (A-level) journals by Wharton’s management faculty and learning from their experience with the publishing process and deep expertise as journal editors in this way. The Wharton faculty members take participants through the development of one of their recent articles, working from the original submission through revisions and responses to reviewers to final acceptance.

January 14, 2021

Invited as speaker and participant to the academic workshop/seminar on Module Development - Sustainable Textiles and Innovation in Bangladesh (hold online due to Covid-19). This is coordinated by the United Nations University (Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources) in association with GiZ (a German development agency), TU Dresden and Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh. It focuses on the implementation of the sustainable textile curriculum in Bangladeshi Universities

August 21-27, 2019

Invited as speaker and participant to the Sustainable Textiles Curriculum Development Project in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This is coordinated by GiZ (a German development agency) and TU Dresden. It focuses on the implementation of the sustainable textile curriculum in Bangladeshi Universities

October 11, 2018

Invited to hold a 1-hr academic presentation and discussion at the Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany. This was during the event titled “Introducing sustainability to the textile engineering curriculum to guide sustainable business practices of future managers in the Bangladesh textile industry”. I was invited to present on the topic of “Horizontal networks in supply chains: The case of Bangladeshi Ready Made Garment suppliers”.  The audience was composed by academics from Bangladesh and Europe

March 11, 2016

Invited as guest speaker to a 1-hr panel discussion for the 2016 Nippon Fair at the Stockholm School of Economics on the topic: sustainability in an energy requiring world

February 4, 2015

Invited to a 1-hr academic presentation at the company Hellström Advokatbyrå on the Japanese luxury market (Hellström Advokatbyrå is a law firm based in Stockholm, Sweden)

 

Academic group affiliations

AOM - Academy of Management

EGOS - European Group for Organizational Studies

SBE - Society for Business Ethics

 

Journal engagement

Journal of Business Ethics (25 reviewed articles since 2015)

Business Strategy and the Environment (Member of the Editorial Board)

 

Grants and scholarships

2021

MISUM - MISTRA Centre for Sustainable Markets

55,000 SEK (approximately 6,500 US dollars) for research on Covid-19 and social issues

2021

Chulalongkorn University

120,000 BAHT (approximately 3,800 US dollars) grant for additional research funds

2020

Sasin School of Management

421,000 BAHT (approximately 13,500 US dollars) internal grant for additional research funds

2019-2020

Centre for Social and Sustainable Innovation at Gustavson School of Business

2-year postdoctoral fellowship

2016-2017

Ann-Margret och Bengt Fabian Svartz Stiftelse Foundation

63,000 Swedish SEK (approximately 7,000 US dollars) for research in Japan

2016-2017

Sasakawa Foundation

10,000 Swedish SEK (approximately 1,100 US dollars) for research in Japan

2014-2018

European Institute of Japanese Studies (Stockholm School of Economics)

4-year financial coverage for doctoral studies

 

Languages

Italian [Lingua Italiana] - (mother tongue)

English [English language] - (Fluent, undergrad and graduate studies in English)

Japanese [日本語] - (Fluent, KAI Japanese language school certificate, 2011)

German [Deutsche Sprache] - (Intermediate, Zertifikat Deutsch 284/300, August 2005)

Spanish [Idioma español] - (Intermediate, diploma of advanced Spanish B2, August 2007)

Bengali [বাংলা] - (Beginner, 50 hours beginner course, 2020)