Liliana Arroyo is an associate researcher at the Esade Institute for Social Innovation and the Department of Society, Politics and Sustainability. Her major research field is focused on social innovation and digital transformation, using the social impact perspective. Given her strong background in qualitative and quantitative methodologies, she has participated in several projects on a wide range of topics, including sustainable development goals, responsible leadership and human rights in digital times.
Liliana has been the lead researcher for Trustful and trustworthy: manufacturing trust in the digital era (2017) and My data, my rules: from data extractivism to digital empowerment (2019). She combines research projects with teaching and consultancy on digital transformation, as well as dissemination and frequent participation in mass media.