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Francesco Venuti is Teaching Professor of Accounting in the Financial Reporting and Audit (FRA) Department and Academic Director of the MSc in International Food & Beverage Management (IFBM), Turin Campus.

He teaches to Bachelor and Master students as well as to Executives, in open enrollment and custom programs.

Currently, he is also Lecturer of Financial Accounting and Business Administration at the Deparment of Management of the University of Torino, at the Scuola di Amministrazione Aziendale (SAA Business School) of the University of Torino and at the Politecnico of Torino. He also teches Financial Accounting for Insurance Companies at the University of Torino.

Francesco Venuti is a cum laude graduate in Economics at the University of Torino. He earned his Ph.D. in "Business and Management" at the University of Turin with a thesis on the bottlet water industry.

He was lecturer of Managerial Accounting at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen.

His teaching experience covers a wide range of different contexts and grades, including executive education and online (MOOC) courses.

His major fields of research include financial accounting and reporting (with a specific focus on Insurance companies), nonfinancial disclosure and behavioral accounting.

Accounting

Edited Special Issue

VENUTI, F., GROMIS DI TRANA, M. and S. SCAGNELLI (Eds) (2019), Introduction to Financial Accounting: Concepts, Cases and Exercises - II edition, Giappichelli.

Book

DE BERNARDI, P., VENUTI, F. and A. BERTELLO (2019), Online and On-Site Interactions within Alternative Food Networks: Sustainability Impact of Knowledge-Sharing Practices, SUSTAINABILITY, Volume 11, Issue 5.
VENUTI, F., DE BERNARDI, P., ALFIERO, S. and M. CANE (2016), Does Board Gender Diversity Affect Corporate Reputation? Evidence From Italy's Most Reputable Companies, WORLD JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 7 (1).

Chapter

VENUTI, F. (2014), L’economia delle Aziende Produttrici di Acque Confezionate, Giuffre, Milano.

Guest Speaker in a Conference

VENUTI, F., GROMIS, M. and S. ALFIERO (2014), Sistemi Di Rilevazione E Misurazione Delle Performance Aziendali - Casi Ed Esercitazioni, Giappichelli, Torino.

Conference Proceedings

DE BERNARDI, P., VENUTI, F. and A. BERTELLO (2019), The Relevance of Climate Change Related Risks on Corporate Financial and Non-Financial Disclosure in Italian Listed Companies, in: De Vincentiis P., Culasso F., Cerrato S. (eds), The Future of Risk Management, Vol. I, Palgrave Macmillan, 77-107.

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