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Jose Luis Retolaza is Senior Research Fellow at Deusto Business School and Director of AURKILAN Institute for Business Ethics Research in Bilbao (Spain); also he is a Visiting Scholar at Darden Business School in United States during the second term of 2015. Jose Luis is the Director of Global Economic Accounting (GEAccounting) company. The current research focuses on Stakeholder Theory, Social Value and Social Efficiency in the financial entities. He is the Scientific President at CIF (Congress of Financial Innovations) since 2013 boosted by ECRI (Ethics in Finance & Social Value) research group. He is author of several publications in scientific journals national and international, and he has participated in numerous national and international conferences. He acts as reviewer member of ranked journals (Business & Society, CIRIEC, INNOVAR, Society for Business Ethics or Contemporary Economics).


Retolaza, J. L., San-Jose, L., & Ruíz-Roqueñi, M. (2016). Social Accounting for Sustainability: Monetizing the Social Value. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer.

Retolaza, J. L., Ruiz-Roqueñi, M., & San-Jose, L. (2015). An Innovative Approach to Stakeholder Theory: application in spanish transnational corporations. Revista Brasileira de Gestao de Negocios, 17(55), 1007.

San-Jose, L., Retolaza, J. L., & Pruñonosa, J. T. (2014). Efficiency in Spanish banking: A multistakeholder approach analysis. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 32, 240-255.

San-Jose, L., Retolaza, J. L., & Gutierrez-Goiria, J. (2011). Are ethical banks different? A comparative analysis using the radical affinity index. Journal of Business Ethics, 100(1), 151-173.

Retolaza, J. L., Ruiz, M., & San‐Jose, L. (2009). CSR in business start‐ups: an application method for stakeholder engagement. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 16(6), 324-336.