PhD (Bocconi University)
Lilach Trabelsi is a management scholar with a finance background. She joined Webster University Geneva in 2019, where she teaches finance and statistics courses. Her research focuses on the link between corporate strategy, sustainability, and stakeholder theory. The research aims primarily at enhancing our understanding of strategic decision-making and the role of stakeholders in the area of corporate sustainability, in order to better understand how industries address global grand challenges. Prior to joining academia, she has held various positions in the private and public sectors, including the finance sector.
Trabelsi, L. (2022). Corporate sustainability, stakeholder orientation, and collaboration between competitors: What lies beneath. In World Scientific Encyclopedia of Business Sustainability, Ethics & Entrepreneurship (pp. 89-117). World Scientific Publishing.
Chapters in Edited Volumes
Baumann-Pauly, D., & Trabelsi, L. (2021). The business case for human rights - Irrelevant or indispensable? In The Cambridge Companion to Business & Human Rights Law (pp. 115-144). Cambridge University Press.