Dr. Emilio Marti


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Visiting scholar, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

Email: emilio.marti<at>sbs.ox.ac.uk

For further information and a CV see his personal website.

 


Short Bio

Since 11/2016 Visiting scholar at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford on a scholarship by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
03/2015 - 10/2016 Visiting scholar at Cass Business School, City University London on a scholarship by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
04/2009 - 02/2015 PhD student in Business Administration under the supervision of Prof. Andreas Georg Scherer. Funding by the “University Research Priority Program Ethics”.
09/2009 - 07/2012 M.A. in banking & finance at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
01/2008 - 08/2008 Civil service at the “NCCR North-South” at the University of Bern, Switzerland.
10/2000 - 12/2007 M.A. in philosophy at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

  • Business ethics
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Critical management studies
  • Financial regulation
  • Performativity
  • Philosophy of science (pragmatism)
  • Sensemaking
  • Socially responsible investing

  • Schneider, A., Wickert, C., & Marti, E. 2015. Reducing complexity by creating complexity: A systems theory perspective on how organisations respond to their environments. Journal of Management Studies: forthcoming.
  • Marti, E., & Scherer, A. G. 2016. Financial regulation and social welfare: The critical contribution of management theory. Academy of Management Review, forthcoming: doi: 10.5465/amr.2013.0469.
  • Emilio Marti (2013), “Investing for a property-owning democracy? Towards a philosophical analysis of investment practices”, in: Analyse & Kritik, 35(2), pp. 219–236.
  • Andreas Georg Scherer and Emilio Marti (2012), “The Normative Foundation of Finance: How Misunderstanding the Role of Financial Theories Distorts the Way We Think about the Responsibility of Financial Economists”, in: Learning from Global Financial Crisis: Building the Future Creatively, Reliably, and Sustainably, Paul Shrivastava and Matt Statler (Eds.), Stanford: Stanford University Press (pp. 260–290).
  • Current working papers at SSRN see here