Ericka Costa – Project Coordinator Ericka Costa (PhD in Business Economics, University of Udine, Italy) is Associate Professor of Accounting, University of Trento. She is international associate for Italy at the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) networks and director of CSEAR Italy. Ericka also participated in several research projects on accounting and social accounting for nonprofit organizations and she has attended national and international conferences to present papers on the results of these research projects. Her research interests are focused on investigating sustainability accounting and corporate social responsibility for both for-profit and non-profit organizations. She has written a number of chapters in books and articles and papers that have been accepted for national and international journals and conferences. Her research has appeared in international publications, including Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Critical Perspective on Accounting, Accounting and Business Research, Social and Environmental Accountability Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, Voluntas, Service Business and Sustainability Accounting and Management Journal.
Michele AndreausMichele Andreaus is Full Professor of Business Administration, Accounting and Social Accounting, and since September 2008 he has been Head of the Department of Computer and Management Sciences (DISA). He is also a member of the steering committee and of the scientific board of the European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises (EURICSE). Since 2006 he has been a member of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) and since 2008 he is member of the Board of EBEN Italy. His current research interests include Social Accounting, Accounting in non profit organisations, and Corporate Social Responsibility both in large companies and SMEs. In 2007 he concluded a two- year research project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education (PRIN 2005) on “Value Communication and Protection of Institutional Interests in Corporate Groups”. Together with these research interests, he has matured his professional experience both as a consultant and executive educator. As a consultant he has worked in helping start-up and turnaround initiatives, while as executive educator he has been responsible for seminars addressed to banks, SMEs and chartered accountants. He has also written a number of chapters in books, and articles and papers which have been accepted for national and international journals and conferences. He is currently Associate editor of Sustainability Accounting Management Policy Journal – Emerald and guest editor, together with Carlos Larrinaga (University of Burgos – Spain) and Ejia Vinnari (University of Tampere – Finland) of the Special Issue of Sustainability Accounting Management Policy Journal entitled “The (un)sustainability of impact factor. How can we make research more accountable?”
Caterina PesciCaterina Pesci is Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Trento (Italy). She held a PhD in the University of Parma (Italy). Caterina’s research interests are at the intersection of financial and non-financial reporting and revolve around accountability, sustainability, financial and non-financial reporting of both for profit and nonprofit organizations. She participated in several research projects and she has attended national and international conferences to present papers on the results of these research projects. She has written books, chapters in books and papers that have been accepted for national and international journals and conferences. Her research has appeared in international publications, including Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Critical Perspective on Accounting, Accounting and Business Research, Managerial Auditing Journal, Journal of Management and Governance, Sustainability Accounting Management and Policy Journal.
Iris BurgiaIris Burgia is a Junior research fellow at Venezia University, she has conducted research activity in organizational studies with interest in accounting and accountability for sustainable development.
She has published in national and international journals in the field of organizational studies.
Elisa ManinfiorElisa Maninfior graduated in Economics at the University of Brescia and completed her Master’s Degree in Environmental and Tourism Economics and Management at the University of Trento. After graduating she collaborated with the Department of Economics and Management at the University of Trento as Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant and Research Fellow, in the fields of accounting and social accounting.