Simone Budini is professor of Political Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy of the Salesian Pontifical University and Project Leader of CeSID, the center on Sustainability, Inclusion and Digitalization of the Luiss Business School. He has a master’s degree in Political Science (La Sapienza, Rome), in Philosophy (Tor Vergata, Rome) and a PhD in Political Philosophy and History of Political Doctrine (La Sapienza, Rome). His research focuses on the relationship between individual, religious and political ethics; Christian social thinking; bioethics and post-humanism; authority and leadership.
Since 2018 he has been the designer and teacher of all the Laboratories of the Luiss Business School on Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability, which he elaborates and carries out following the principles of Humanistic Management. ERSlabs touch on various but interconnected themes: Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility, Environmental sustainability, Hybrid organizations, Diversity and inclusion, Ethical leadership, etc.