- The Moral Vacuum of Global Finance Critiqued 2 years ago
Marta Rocchi is an Assistant Professor in Corporate Governance and Business Ethics at DCU Business School. She previously worked as Research Fellow and Vice-Director of the Markets, Culture and Ethics Research Centre in Rome, Italy. Marta holds a PhD in Business from the University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain) with a specialization on the ethics of finance, and an MSc in Economics and BSc in Economics both from the Sapienza University of Rome (Italy).
She was appointed Visiting Scholar at the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics (Bentley University, Waltham, MA, USA), and she is a founding member of the Virtue Ethics in Business Research Group of the University of Navarra. She was awarded the “Society for Business Ethics Founders’ Award” in 2016 as Emerging Scholar of the Society for Business Ethics and the 2016 Rafael Termes Research Prize on ethics and finance. Marta teaches Business Ethics and E-business & Management and her research focuses on virtue ethics in business and the ethical dilemmas of the digital world.