Financial and Operational Performance Group
DCU Business School
Assistant Professor of Finance
As Assistant Professor in Finance at Dublin City University (DCU) Business School, Fabiola focuses on sustainable finance as a way to progress the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals agenda. Her PhD thesis at the University College Dublin (UCD) Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School revolved around climate transition accounting and finance.
Her current research addresses the climate emergency and sustainable transitions, with papers on fossil fuel financing published in ABS 3- and 4 journals. Moreover, publications on ESG reporting and impact investing are in progress. This research is complemented with engagement on the European Commission’s Platform on Sustainable Finance and digitization in the field of environmental data. Fabiola co-leads GreenWatch, which applies AI to detect Greenwashing in the market.
Another passion of Fabiola is equality, diversity and inclusion. She has international teaching experience at various levels and in different settings. At DCU, Fabiola teaches International Finance and Corporate Sustainable Finance. Moreover, she has industry experience in corporate finance and supply chains, as well as solar development.
Research interests: Sustainable Finance, Climate Transition, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ESG reporting, Impact Investment
Cojoianu, T.; Hoepner, A.; Schneider, F.; Urban, M.; Vu, A. and Wojcik, D. (2021): ‘The City Never Sleeps: But When Will Investment Banks Wake Up to the Climate Crisis?’ Regional Studies (ABS: 4, SJR Q1), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2021.1995601
Cojoianu, T.; Collins, E. and Hoepner, A.; Magill, D.; O’Neill, T. and Schneider, F. (2020) ‘In the Name of COVID-19: Is the ECB Fueling the Climate Crisis?’ Environmental and Resource Economics (ABS: 3, SJR Q1), 76: 481-486, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3630112