Rosella Carè is postdoctoral research fellow in banking and finance at University ‘Magna Græcia’ of Catanzaro (UMG), Italy. She received a PhD in health care management and economics from the University Magna and a PhD in ‘Sciences de Gestion’ from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), France, where her dissertation focused on issues of sustainability. During 2012 and 2013, she was a visiting PhD student at ESCP Europe, Paris, and in 2016 she was an invited visiting researcher at Waterloo University, Canada. As temporary professor at UMG she teaches banking and finance disciplines. She is author or co-author of works published by Springer, Routledge and Palgrave Macmillan. Her research interest are: social and sustainable banking and finance, banking reputation, alternative finance.
I'm a Post Doctoral Research Fellow interested in social and sustainable banking and finance. My research works focus on the topics of impact investing, social finance and sustainable banking. I'm author of the book - published by Palgrave - entitled "Sustainable Banking. Issues and challenges".
Moreover, during the last months I worked about sustainability and environmental disclosure in the banking sector and on the relationship between environmental performance, environmental disclosure and financial performance.