Entries by David Risi

Two sides of the same coin: together, CSR and ESG concepts unfold their effectiveness

In public and in business, the demand is becoming louder and louder that companies must play an active role in sustainable development. And companies themselves are also increasingly concerned with their role in the current societal sustainability transformation. Bertelsmann’s “Sustainability Transformation Monitor” (2023) shows that sustainability has become more important for around 84 percent of […]

How Swiss banks and insurance companies implement sustainable measures

How can the finance and insurance industry also contribute to a more sustainable economy? This question is at the centre of current debates in business practice and management research. In collaboration with the VU Amsterdam and the University of Oxford, the BFH Business School’s Sustainable Business Institute is conducting a qualitative study funded by the […]

What moral values mean for corporate social responsibility

More and more companies are taking on social responsibility. The role of moral values in this is the subject of a study written by David Risi of BFH Wirtschaft together with Laurence Vigneau (Newcastle University), Stephan Bohn (Freie Universität Berlin) and Christopher Wickert (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). The authors elaborate on the two key functions that […]