Leire San-Jose is Associate Professor at University of the Basque Country in Bilbao (Spain), Visiting Research Fellow at University of Huddersfield in United Kingdom and Visiting Scholar at Darden Business School in United States and she is the director of ECRI (Ethics in Finance & Social Value) Research Group. His main research interests cover ethics in finance area, stakeholder theory, cash management, social value and bank efficiency. She was Scientific Committee President at EBEN in 2010 and organizes the CIF (Congress of Financial Innovations) conference since 2013. She has published in many international journals, and she acts as reviewer member of ranked journals (Journal of Business Ethics, European Management Review, Business & Society).
Cowton, C. J., & San-José, L. (2016) On the Ethics of Trade Credit: Understanding Good Payment Practice in the Supply Chain. Journal of business ethics.
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.
San-Jose, L. & Retolaza, J. L. (2012). Participación de los stakeholders en la gobernanza corporativa: fundamentación ontológica y propuesta metodológica. Universitas Psychologica, 11(2), 619-628.