Professor of Global Economics and Corporate Social Responsibility
PhD, International School of Management (Paris-New York)
Mark Esposito is a contemporary author, researcher and professor, in the field of Economics of Strategy, Complex Systems, Economic Development, and Sustainability. His work has been widely recognized internationally and Mark has been featured as “Professor of the week” by the Financial Times, for the FT Lexicon, where he authored 3 terms. He has published 8 books, over 25 business cases and several academic articles. His academic work appears regularly on the Academy of Management, as well as The Economist and Harvard Business Review. Mark is the Founding Director of theLab-Center for Competitiveness; a research think tank affiliated with the MOC network of Prof. Michael Porter at Harvard Business School. He holds Research Fellowships at Ashridge Business School, as well as, at the Institute of Competitiveness in India. Mark’s teaching experience includes appointments at Grenoble Ecole de Management, IE Business School, UMass Amherst, Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, where he also currently serves as Senior Associate for the "University of Cambridge Program for Sustainability Leadership".