Milan, Italy

Sustainability Disclosure in Corporate Reporting

online course
when 20 July 2021 - 30 July 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 6 EC
fee EUR 90

The First Edition of SDCR Summer School is linked to Jean Monnet Module Application No 611698-EPP-1-2019-1-IT-EPPJMO-MODULE "Sustainability Disclosure in Corporate Reporting. Improvement and harmonization of best practices in European Union" that has been selected for EU support (2019-2022). It is part of the BASE (BICOCCA AMBIENTE SOCIETA’ ECONOMIA) initiatives at University of Milan-Bicocca. The program will be held in Milan, Italy.

It will provide to participants 10 days of lectures, seminars, workshops, class assignments, discussions, field trips and group exercises.

The program will look into how, local and global actors, take into account the needs to disclose on non financial information. The aim is to promote teaching, research, discussion and dissemination of information on sustainability reporting, i.e. Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) related activities at the European level in the context of the adoption of the Directive EU/95/2014 focussing on Disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by large companies and groups. The program aims to deepen participants’ knowledge, understanding and building their competencies on the role and value of sustainability reporting.

Aim of the program is to give participants the possibility to improve their knowledge and grow their skill-set regarding to:

Intercultural, financial, economic and sociological aspects of corporate social responsibility in the business and finance context
Directive EU/95/2014 and its implementation in the European Union
Climate change: the role of economic system at local and global leve
Co-creation of viable pathways to long-term sustainable initiatives in profit and non profit sectors
The program will be enriched with a program of social activities. SDCR School aims to be more than a summer school: you will have the chance to meet, compare your ideas for a sustainable future together with participants from different geographical and educational backgrounds.

Course leader

Scientific committee
Andrea Amaduzzi - University of Milano-Bicocca
Jill Atkins - Management School University of Sheffield
Federica Doni - University of Milano-Bicocca
Murad Harasheh - University of Milano-Bicocca

Target group

We shall be glad to consider any background deemed for the program as reflected from the CV of the students. The school is open to Master students, PhD Students, Researchers and Practitioners

Course aim

Topics Covered
Non financial accounting and corporate reporting
European Directive EU/95/2014
Business valuation, finance and esg issues
Sustainable corporate governance
Environmental social and extinction accounting
SDGS and corporate reporting
ESG and financial performance
ESG and enterprise risk management
ESG, diversity and inclusion management
Visits to organizations and companies engaged in corporate social responsibility

Fee info

EUR 90: covers all lectures; course materials.