Assistant Professor Marta Rocchi wins top international prize for research in Ethics and Finance
Assistant Professor Marta Rocchi has won a top international prize for research in Ethics and Finance.
On November 18, at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris, Marta Rocchi (Assistant Professor in Corporate Governance and Business Ethics at Dublin City University Business School and member of the Irish Institute for Digital Business) received the first prize in the ”Ethics and Trust in Finance” global award.
Now in its seventh edition, the “Ethics and Trust in Finance” award started in 2006 to promote research in the field of ethics in the financial sector. The Observatoire de la Finance, the Swiss think tank behind the prize, exclusively shortlists researchers and financial practitioners under 35 years old.
Assistant Professor Rocchi received the award for her article entitled “Technomoral Financial Agents: Ethics in the FinTech Era” in the presence of the OECD Secretary-General Ángel Gurría, Prof. Paul Dembinski, President of the Observatoire de la Finance http://www.obsfin.ch/ and Co-Chair of the Award Jury with Josina Kamerling, CFA Institute.
Marta 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 is also a member of the Irish Institute of Digital Business https://iidb.ie/
[another article was awarded the first prize ex aequo: “Finance Needs Bilinguals Too” by Andrea Roncella and Luca Roncella. The second prize was given to Mateusz Kucz for the article entitled “How to Shape Moral Attitudes in the Polish Banking Sector.”]
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