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Dr Giulio Nardella PhD (Warwick Business School, University of Warwick)

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Lecturer in Strategy and Responsible Business

Giulio is a Lecturer in Strategy and Responsible Business here at Loughborough University School of Business and Economics. Prior to joining Loughborough, he was a Research Fellow in Strategy and International Business at Henley Business School, University of Reading and a Member of the John H Dunning Centre for International Business. Giulio completed his Ph.D. at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick where his research was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

Dr Nardella’s main research interests lie in the study of corporate irresponsibility. His most recent research explores the mechanisms by which corporate irresponsibility is socially regulated. As such, Giulio is particularly interested in the impacts of irresponsible conduct on financial performance and the value of social approval assets, such as corporate reputation. To date, Giulio’s research has been published in journals such as the Journal of World Business and British Journal of Management.

Dr Nardella welcomes PhD applications in the following areas: Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Irresponsibility, Tax Avoidance and Behavioural Strategy.

  • Corporate Irresponsibility
  • Corporate Reputation Damage and Repair
  • Organisational Stigma
  • Social Evaluations and Attributions
  • Tax Sheltering and Avoidance
  • Corporate Hypocrisy

Published Articles

  • Nardella, G., Brammer, S. & Surdu, I. (2019). Shame on who? The Effects of Corporate Irresponsibility and Social Performance on Organizational Reputation. (Forthcoming: British Journal of Management) https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8551.12365 (“Best Full Paper Award” Runner-up – International Association of Business and Society Conference 2019).
  • Surdu, I., Mellahi, K., Glaister, K.W. & Nardella, G. (2018). Why wait? Organizational Learning, Institutional Quality and the Speed of Foreign Market Re-entry After Initial Entry and Exit. Journal of World Business. 55(6), pp.911-929.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwb.2018.07.008 (“Best Full Paper Award” for International Business and International Management at the British Academy of Management Conference 2017).