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Digital social innovation by ESADE professor David Murillo


January 22 OF 2019 from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM

How can you solve social challenges by taking advantage of the new digital era? The ESADE Alumni Tel Aviv Chapter would like to invite you to their next ESADE alumni meeting on January 22nd.

We are pleased to announce that ESADE professor David Murillo will be joining us to talk about Digital social innovation: a way to solve complex social problems through scalability and replicability in the digital world.

This is an event for ESADE alumni in Tel Aviv on that date and also for ESADE students on a study tour of Israel. A perfect way to combine an interesting talk with some networking drinks and snacks.

If you would like to attend, you need to register. If you have problems with registration, please contact
We hope you can join us!


David Murillo

David Murillo is an associate professor in ESADE’s Social Science Department. David Murillo has worked in finance (commercial banking), in the public sector as a local development agent, and in the non-profit-making sector as the manager of an NGO in the field of community mental health.

In 2002 he joined the Person, Enterprise and Society Institute (now the Social Innovation Institute), firstly as a research assistant and then, beginning in 2006, as an associate researcher. In 2009 he became an associate professor in the Social Science Department and a researcher at the Social Innovation Institute. His academic work focuses on corporate social responsibility, economic ethics, geopolitics and globalisation.

His latest book is Social Innovation: Pathways to Systemic Change. He has been a visiting lecturer or teacher at the Universitat de Girona, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Universidad de Sevilla, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), ESAN (Peru) and the  iSogang Business School (Korea). David Murillo has been a CSR consultant for the Generalitat of Catalonia, Spain’s Ministry of Industry, the UNDP and the UN IDB. He regularly presents his research findings at congresses around the world, and is a regular contributor to several written media.