Marina Levi Certelli , Ph.D., is a Corporate Anthropologist who advises Leading Financial Institutions across Europe as well as a number of Leading Companies in the Luxury Goods Sector.
She is a visiting Professor at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago del Chile where she lectures in ESG.
Prior to practising as a Corporate Anthropologist she spent more than 20 years in Investment Banking in Europe, Asia and South America.
Since 2016, she has been researching a sociological phenomenon called “work devotion”; which she posits has evolved in response to cultural myths, such as the American Dream. Her field work also tackles the culture of “Presentismo” and how companies need to readdress the way they and their people measure success.
Main areas of scientific interest
Anthropology, Narrative Economics
Trust in the Digital Age
Financial Institutions : Reputation & the Blame Game
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