Assunta Martone has been a researcher at the CNR since 2006, where she works on the issues of sustainability reporting, social responsibility, socio-economic urban regeneration, enhancement of cultural heritage and circular economy. She graduated in Economics and Commerce from the Federico II University where she obtained a PhD in Management and Economics Engineering. She attended Masters in Business Administration courses at Purdue University USA. Participated in several study groups including the Study Group for the Social Report. Collaborated with various universities, also teaching at the CIRAM and LUPT of Federico II and for the Regional School of Local Police. Was Project manager of the Social Economic Development Plan and the Environmental Management System of a Park Authority; and engaged in various research projects such as Activiti and Neoluoghi; she was project manager of CLIC Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse H2020. Her research has been presented at conferences in Italy and abroad and in national and international books and magazines. Registered in the Register of Chartered Accountants and the Register of Statutory Auditors.
- Organization: CNR-IRISS