Dr Alvise Favotto

  • Lecturer in Accounting (Accounting & Finance)

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

2020

Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. , Kominis, G. and Sicilia, M. (2020) Building trust in public sector networks: the role of rhetoric and persuasion. Financial Accountability and Management, 36(2), pp. 134-150. (doi: 10.1111/faam.12229)

2019

Favotto, A. and Kollman, K. (2019) Mixing business with politics: does corporate social responsibility end where lobbying transparency begins? Regulation and Governance, (doi: 10.1111/rego.12275) (Early Online Publication)

Kollman, K. and Favotto, A. (2019) An expanding conception of social responsibility? Of global norms and changing corporate perceptions. In: Hansen-Magnusson, H. and Vetterlein, A. (eds.) The Rise of Responsibility in World Politics. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Okay-Somerville, B. , Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. , Du, M., McMaster, R. and Morgan-Thomas, A. (2018) Adam Smith Cared and We Should Too: Our Duty of Care for Student Wellbeing and Resilience. Academy of Management, Teaching and Learning Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 10-14 Aug 2018.

Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. and Kominis, G. (2018) Boundary-spanning leadership in hybrid networks: a case study of English local safeguarding children boards. In: Bonomi Savignon, A., Gnan, L., Hinna, A. and Monteduro, F. (eds.) Hybridity in the Governance and Delivery of Public Services. Series: Studies in public and non-profit governance (7). Emerald Publishing: Bingley, UK, pp. 243-260. ISBN 9781787437708 (doi:10.1108/S2051-663020180000007008)

2016

Favotto, A. , Kollman, K. and Bernhagen, P. (2016) Engaging firms: The global organisational field for corporate social responsibility and national varieties of capitalism. Policy and Society, 35(1), pp. 13-27. (doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2015.12.003)

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Number of items: 6.

Articles

Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. , Kominis, G. and Sicilia, M. (2020) Building trust in public sector networks: the role of rhetoric and persuasion. Financial Accountability and Management, 36(2), pp. 134-150. (doi: 10.1111/faam.12229)

Favotto, A. and Kollman, K. (2019) Mixing business with politics: does corporate social responsibility end where lobbying transparency begins? Regulation and Governance, (doi: 10.1111/rego.12275) (Early Online Publication)

Favotto, A. , Kollman, K. and Bernhagen, P. (2016) Engaging firms: The global organisational field for corporate social responsibility and national varieties of capitalism. Policy and Society, 35(1), pp. 13-27. (doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2015.12.003)

Book Sections

Kollman, K. and Favotto, A. (2019) An expanding conception of social responsibility? Of global norms and changing corporate perceptions. In: Hansen-Magnusson, H. and Vetterlein, A. (eds.) The Rise of Responsibility in World Politics. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. and Kominis, G. (2018) Boundary-spanning leadership in hybrid networks: a case study of English local safeguarding children boards. In: Bonomi Savignon, A., Gnan, L., Hinna, A. and Monteduro, F. (eds.) Hybridity in the Governance and Delivery of Public Services. Series: Studies in public and non-profit governance (7). Emerald Publishing: Bingley, UK, pp. 243-260. ISBN 9781787437708 (doi:10.1108/S2051-663020180000007008)

Conference or Workshop Item

Okay-Somerville, B. , Dudau, A. , Favotto, A. , Du, M., McMaster, R. and Morgan-Thomas, A. (2018) Adam Smith Cared and We Should Too: Our Duty of Care for Student Wellbeing and Resilience. Academy of Management, Teaching and Learning Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, 10-14 Aug 2018.

This list was generated on Tue Jun 2 00:38:28 2020 BST.

Supervision

Alvise is interested in supervising projects examining:

Current doctoral supervision

Najla Mutlaq M Alrefaei
"Empirical evidence via a relationship between disclosure of corporate social responsibility and characteristics of corporate governance in saudi arabian companies"
Co-supervisor: John McKernan and Yingru Li

Rijadh Winardi"Accountability for corruption: the case of whistleblowing arrangements in government sector"
Co-supervisor: John McKernan