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Lucrezia is an Assistant Professor in Corporate Social Responsibility at Bayes Business School, City, University of London. She is also a Visiting Post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, and prior to her appointment at Bayes Business School she was a Research Associate at Judge Business School where she studied the perceptions of organizations and other stakeholders on climate change mitigation strategies, and in particular on negative emissions technologies and practices. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Management and International Management from Bocconi University in Milan and a CEMS Master’s degree in International Management and completed her PhD in Management Sciences at Esade Business School in Barcelona, in the Department of Society, Policy and Sustainability.

In her PhD, Lucrezia studied how organizational members interpret and respond to natural environmental stimuli such as climate change or natural disasters, and how these interpretations and responses shape organizational practices. Her research is multidisciplinary: it draws on organization theory, behavioral strategy, social and environmental psychology, geography, and the natural sciences. She also uses quantitative (OLS, SEM, PLSSEM, text analysis) and qualitative (content analysis, thematic analysis, inductive coding) methods.

The main contexts of study of Lucrezia’s research are cocoa producers and native communities in Brazil, Japanese and European companies (mainly oil & gas, energy and agroforestry), environmental NGOs and public agencies.