The University of Genoa is one of the most ancient Universities in Italy. It presents a rich portfolio of courses in the area of sustainability in different sectors as well as interdisciplinary courses on sustainability (https://unigesostenibile.Unige.It/Educazione).
The Department of Law of the University of Genoa has a long traditional of excellence in legal studies and its Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on European Union Sustainable Finance and Law (Eusfil, https://www.eusfil.eu/; director Professor Michele Siri) specifically focuses on the research about the legal implications of the integration of sustainability factors in the financial sector. In this respect,the Centre brings together a European team of experienced scholars with a very high profile in their field of work (corporate governance, financial regulation, law and economics, etc.), conducting research in the area of CSR and/or sustainable finance. The activities are performed in collaboration with other well-known international research centres (e.g. Centre of Competence for Sustainable Finance of the University of Zurich - SUSFIN).
Other areas of research are: i) Sustainability preferences and investor protection, ii) Green washing and financial products; labels and benchmarks, iii) Sustainability reporting and quality of data and vi) Ethical banks.
For info about the publications and conference participation, see the attached file.