I have two main research strands – (1) Micro-CSR, where I focus on understanding the micro-foundations of stakeholders’ reactions (e.g., employees) to corporate social responsibility initiatives. I’m particularly interested in unpacking the relationship between CSR perceptions and organizational commitment. (2) LGBTIQ+ issues in organizations, specifically to understand how transgender people navigate the job market and hiring-selection processes. I emphasize how they cope with the emotional responses when they look for a job.
In terms of teaching, I am comfortable teaching courses on organizational behavior, human resource management, and business & society. I have also taught organizational theory in the past.
My work has been published in Business Ethics, Environment & Responsibility (formerly, Business Ethics: A European Review), Sustainability, and Managerial and Decision Economics. I’ve won distinctions as “Best Business School” professor from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez and as a top peer reviewer from Business Ethics, Environment & Responsibility.
Unraveling spatial, structural, and social country-level conditions for the emergence of the foreign fighter phenomenon: An exploratory data mining approach to the case of ISIS
Agustí Pájaro, Ignacio J. Duran, Pablo Rodrigo
Dados, vol. 65(3), 2022
Why does context really matter? Understanding companies’ dialogue with fringe communities
Pablo Rodrigo, Ignacio J. Duran
Sustainability, vol. 13(2), 2021, p. 999
When is escalation of commitment unstoppable in group settings? An iterative economic modeling approach to unveil the dark side of group decision‐making
Alejandro Montecinos‐Pearce, Pablo Rodrigo, Ignacio J. Duran
Managerial and Decision Economics, vol. 41(8), 2020, pp. 1387-1402
Do employees value strategic CSR? A tale of affective organizational commitment and its underlying mechanisms
Pablo Rodrigo, Claudio Aqueveque, Ignacio J. Duran
Business Ethics: A European Review, vol. 28(4), 2019, pp. 459-475
Ignacio J. Duran
Department of Business Management