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Faculty

Emanuele Bajo

Emanuele Bajo

Member of the Ph.D. board

Emanuele Bajo is Full Professor of Corporate Finance at the University of Bologna and Associate Dean at the Bologna Business School. He is currently also Adjunct Professor at the Johns Hopkins University. In the past he has been Visiting Professor at the San Diego State University, Boston College and University of Queensland. His research interests and major publications are mainly related to IPO, Household Finance and Corporate Risk Management. He has published numerous articles in prestigious finance journals (among others, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Corporate Finance and Journal of Banking and Finance). He is Editor of the Journal of Economics and Business. 

Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli

Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli

Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli, PhD is associate professor of accounting at the University of Bologna,. Visiting Professor University La Trobe- Melbourne- Australia (Agosto 2015); visiting professor- Teaching staff mobility at the  New Bulgarian University of Sofia- Bulgaria from 22nd to 27th November 2010;  University of Sao Paulo- Brazil t the end of may-1st June 2011; University of Diocese of Buia(UDEB)- Camerun – from 4 to  8th February 2012Visiting Professor University of Pula-Hroatia on May 2006; University of Vlore ( Albania) from 12 to 15 May 2009. Partner of  Editorial Board  international Review"Economic Research" (UDK 338; ISSN 1331-677X). Research interests includes: financial statement in tour operator and travel agencies; corporate social responsibility; ethical, social and environmental accounting and accountability, sustainability in tourist enterprises;  responsible and accessible tourism for blind people, economy of communion  enterprises, gender(pink) accounting. Member of the Board-Center of Advanced Studies on Tourism (CAST; http://www.turismo.unibo.it), as delegate of the Department of Management-University of Bologna. Member of SIDREA council from December 2009. 

Francesco Maria Barbini

Francesco Maria Barbini

Francesco Maria Barbini is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Department of Management of the University of Bologna, where he teaches Organization theory, Organization of tourism enterprises, and Human resource management. He earned a Ph.D. in Business Information Systems from the Luiss Guido Carli University, Rome. He participates in the research activities of the Center for Advanced Studies in Tourism of the University of Bologna. His main research interests are related to the subjects of organizational change, organization and well-being and occupational health and safety, and organization in tourism and cultural heritage industry.

Massimo Bergami

Massimo Bergami

Member of the Ph.D. board

Massimo Bergami is an Alumnus of the PhD in Management, a Full Professor of Organizational Behavior and the Dean of the Business School at the University of Bologna. He has been a Visiting Fellow at the University of Michigan, University of Florida, and University Bocconi; he is also a Guest Professor at the Nankai University (Tianjin) and Mirbis (Moscow). His research interests include identity, identification, motivation and meaning of life. He published books and articles in international journals. Massimo has also a wide experience as non executive director in public companies and as advisor for corporations, foundations and governments. He loves family, friends and food, and enjoys traveling, photo shooting and jazz.  

Fabiola Bertolotti

Fabiola Bertolotti

Fabiola Bertolotti is Associate Professor of Management at the School of Engineering of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. She is member of the editorial board of Journal of Management Studies and European Management Journal. Her research interests include identity processes, the sharing of knowledge and boundary work in work groups and among professional workers, and the relationship between social networks and performance of teams operating in complex scenarios characterized by multiple team membership and differing degree of virtuality. Her representative publications are published in journals such as Organization Studies, The Academy of Management Learning and Education, Research Policy, European Journal of Information Systems, European Management Journal, Journal of Management Inquiry, Multinational Business Review.

Cristina Boari

Cristina Boari

Member of the Ph.D. board

Cristina Boari is full professor of Business Strategy at the University of Bologna. She has been the Dean of the Department of Management and the coordinator of the PhD program in Management of the University of Bologna. She was visiting scholar at the Institute of Business Research of the Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, at the Graduate school of Business of the University of Wisconsin, at the Jaume I University of Castellon de la Plana and at  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre. Present research interests include the relations between inter-organizational networks, entrepreneurship and innovation, with a special focus on industrial clusters and creative industries.

Paola Brighi

Paola Brighi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Raffaele Corrado

Raffaele Corrado

Member of the Ph.D. board

Raffaele Corrado is Associate Professor of Management at the University of Bologna. His research focuses on the evolution of intra and inter-organizational networks in a variety of empirical settings, e.g. interlocking directorates and shareholdings between large corporations, interlocking winemakers between wineries, interlocking artists between art galleries, collaboration ties across subsequent project-based organizations. He has published his work in Organization Studies, Strategic Organization, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Management and Governance.

Simone Ferriani

Simone Ferriani

Member of the Ph.D. board

Simone Ferriani is Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University of Bologna, Honorary Professor at Cass Business School and Visiting Fellow of the Center on Organizational Innovation at Columbia University. Simone’s current research employs a mix of qualitative techniques and large datasets to study the social sources of innovation. In his current research he works at the intersection of historical methods, lab experiments and network analysis to study how social valuation of novelty is shaped by the structure of evaluating audiences. His work has been published in various international outlets such us American Sociological Review, Organization Studies, Strategic Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, Strategic Organization.

 

riccardo fini

riccardo fini

Member of the Ph.D. board

Riccardo Fini is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at the University of Bologna and Fellow at Imperial College London. He serves as the Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship at the Bologna Business School. Dr Fini is a two-time recipient of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship (IEF 2010 and CIG 2012). His work is published (or forthcoming) in entrepreneurship and management journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Perspectives, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Management Studies and Research Policy. 

Guido Fioretti

Guido Fioretti

Guido Fioretti, born 1964, graduated in Electronic Engineering but received a PhD in Economics. He is currently a tenured researcher of Organization Science at the University of Bologna, Italy. His research interests combine social and cognitive sciences in order to model decision-making facing uncertainty. In particular, he is interested in connectionist models of cognitive processes which, once transposed into social science, eventually link individual to organizational decision-making. He is also interested in agent-based models, for they provide opportunities to explore the organizational consequence of individual decision-making.

 

paola giuri

paola giuri

Member of the Ph.D. board

Paola Giuri is Professor of Management at the University of Bologna. Currently Director of the Department of Management and vice Dean of the School of Economics, Management and Statistics at Rimini Campus, Bologna University.She coordinated and had responsibilities in several international research projects funded by the European Commission and the European Investment Bank. Her research focuses on economics and management of innovation, university-industry technology transfer, entrepreneurship, economic and strategic uses of patents. She has published articles in Review of Economics and Statistics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, Industry and Innovation, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Economics of Innovation of New Technology, Information Economics and Policy.

Alessandro Grandi

Alessandro Grandi

R&D management, Internationalization of R&D, Offshoring of services and intantibles, Evaluation of R&D projects, Multiproject management, Entrpreneurship and new venture development in high tech industries.

Position: Full Professor

Selected Publications

Grandi A.; Grimaldi R., Exploring Different Incubating Models: Results from an Empirical Investigation in Italy, in: Business Incubation: An Introduction, PUNJAGUTTA, The Icfai University press, 2007, pp. 146 - 168 [Chapter or essay]

Grandi A., La ricerca e sviluppo, in: Economia e Gestione delle imprese, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2007, pp. 229 - 260 [Chapter or essay]

A. Grandi; R. Grimaldi, Academics' organizational characteristics and the generation of successful business ideas, «JOURNAL OF BUSINESS VENTURING», 2005, 20, pp. 821 - 845 [Scientific article]

GRIMALDI R.; GRANDI A., Business incubators and new venture creation: an assessment of incubating models, «TECHNOVATION», 2005, 25, pp. 111 - 121 [Scientific article]

GRANDI A.; SOBRERO M., Innovazione tecnologica e gestione d’impresa: La gestione strategica dell’innovazione, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2005, pp. 278 (Manuali). [Editorship]

GRANDI A.; BOCCARDELLI P., Internazionalizzazione e strategia tecnologica, in: GRANDI A.; SOBRERO M., Innovazione tecnologica e gestione d'impresa. La gestione strategica dell'innovazione, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2005, pp. 223 - 246 [Chapter or essay]

GRANDI A.; SOBRERO M., La collaborazione nello sviluppo tecnologico, in: GRANDI A.; SOBRERO M., Innovazione tecnologica e gestione d'impresa. La gestione strategica dell'innovazione, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2005, pp. 171 - 200 (Preprint) [Chapter or essay]

BOCCARDELLI P.; GRANDI A.; MAGNUSSON M.; ORIANI R., The value of managerial learning in R&D, in: BETTIS R., Strategy in Transition, OXFORD, Blackwell, 2005, pp. 132 - 152 (SMS Book Series) [Chapter or essay]

GRIMALDI R.; GRANDI A., Academic research groups' organizational characteristics and the generation of successful business ideas, in: HOSNI Y.A. AND T. KHALIL EDS, Internet Economy: Opportunities and Challanges for Developed and Developing Regions of the World, LONDON, Elsevier Science Ltd, 2004, pp. 423 - 437 [Chapter or essay]

GRANDI A.; GRIMALDI R., Evolution of incubation models. Evidence from the Italian incubation industry, «INDUSTRY & HIGHER EDUCATION», 2004, 18, pp. 23 - 31 [Scientific article]

A. Grandi; M. R. Tagliaventi, Organizzare la ricerca e lo sviluppo prodotti, in: Innovazione tecnologica e gestione d’impresa. La gestione dello sviluppo prodotto, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2004, pp. 61 - 90 [Chapter or essay]

rosa grimaldi

rosa grimaldi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Rosa Grimaldi is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at the University of Bologna, Department of Management. At the University of Bologna she is serving as Vice Rector for Entrepreneurship and relations with companies, since 2015. She is the Director of the Executive Master in Technology and Innovation Management (EMTIM) at BBS (Bologna Business School).  Most of her scientific production is about New Business Creation, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Transfer. On these topics she has publications on national journals and international journals (including Research Policy, R&D Management, Technology and Innovation Management, Journal of Business Venturing, Small Business Economics, Scientometrics, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Technology Transfer). She is in the Editorial board of the Journal of Technology Transfer and she is advisory editor for Research Policy.

Rebecca Levy Orelli

Rebecca Levy Orelli

Rebecca Levy Orelli is Associate professor of Accounting at the University of Bologna. Her research interests lie in the field of accounting in the public sector and accounting as social and institutional practice. She is interested in the evolution of the role of accounting, since the early-modern period, in management accounting practices, and the effect of change in management accounting systems. Her areas of teaching include introductory financial and managerial accounting, social, environmental and integrated accounting, and accountability. She was visiting scholar at the London School of Economics (UK) and Kent Business School (UK). Her research appeared in journals such as Public Management Review, Accounting History Review and International Journal of Business and Management .

Andrea Lipparini

Andrea Lipparini

Member of the Ph.D. board

Andrea Lipparini, Ph.D., is Professor of Innovation Management at the University of Bologna. He carries out research activities on strategic alliances and on networks between companies aimed at developing innovation. He collaborates with some large organizations for the training of Senior executives on the topics of change and skills development. He completed his studies at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and was Visiting Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (US).

gian luca marzocchi

gian luca marzocchi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Gian Luca Marzocchi is Full Professor of Marketing and Consumer Behavior at the University of Bologna. His research specialties include consumer behavior, service quality and satisfaction modeling, waiting perception and management in service settings, inter-temporal choice (with special emphasis on the impact of levels of construals of a future event on consumer decision processes), and the analysis of the interplay between brand loyalty and community identification in brand communities.  He has published extensively in marketing and management scholarly journals. His refereed works have recently appeared in Journal of Service Research, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology, Psychology and Marketing, European Journal of Marketing, International Journal of Service Industry Management, Service Industries Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Operational Research Society, among others. He has been for years, and still is, a keen basketball player and an avid road cyclist.

Elisa Mattarelli

Elisa Mattarelli

Elisa Mattarelli is Associate Professor of Management Engineering at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy). She was a visiting professor at Stanford University in 2016-2017 anddid a post doc at the University of Arizona in 2005. Her research interests include team dynamics, identity processes, and collaborative technology use, with a focus on distributed and knowledge intensive organizational contexts. He research appeared in journals such as Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies, Research Policy, Organization Studies, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, and Human Relations. 

Stefano Mengoli

Stefano Mengoli

Member of the Ph.D. board

Stefano Mengoli is Professor of Corporate Finance at the University of Bologna.  His research interests include Corporate Governance, Family Firms, Empirical Asset Pricing, and the effect of Geography in Finance. He has published articles in Journal of Banking and Finance, Financial Management, Family Business Review, Corporate Governance: An International Review and International Review of Financial Analysis.

elisa montaguti

elisa montaguti

Member of the Ph.D. board

Marketing

Position: Full Professor

PhD: London Business School, UK.

Selected Publications:

Elisa Montaguti;Scott A. Neslin;Sara Valentini, Can Marketing Campaigns Induce Multichannel Buying and More Profitable Customers? A Field Experiment, «MARKETING SCIENCE», 2016, 35, pp. 201 - 217 [Scientific article]

Elisa Montaguti ; Scott A. Neslin ; Sara Valentini, Do Marketing Campaigns Produce Multi-channel Buying and More Profitable Customers? A Field Test, in: Thought Leaders in Marketing Channels Conference, parigi, Groupe HEC, 2014, pp. 1 - 2 (atti di: Thought Leaders in Marketing Channels Conference, Parigi, 3-4 June) [Abstract]

Maria Cristina Cito ; Elisa Montaguti ; Alessandra Zammit ;, Identity Transition and Consumer Behavior, in: paradigm shifts and interactions, Valencia, Universitat de Valencia, 2014, 43, pp. 1 - 7 (atti di: Paradigm shifts and interactions, Valencia; Spain, June, 3-6) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Scott A. Neslin; Kinshuk Jerath; Anand Bodapati; Eric T. Bradlow; John Deighton; Sonja Gensler; Leonard Lee; Elisa Montaguti; Rahul Telang; Raj Venkatesan; Peter C. Verhoef; Z. John Zhang, The interrelationships between brand and channel choice, «MARKETING LETTERS», 2014, 25, pp. 319 - 330 [Scientific article]

Elisa Montaguti; Alessandra Zammit, It is Not Me! So I Customize It!, in: 42th Emac Conference Proceedings, Istanbul, EMAC Proceedings, 2013, 42, pp. 1 - 7 (atti di: Lost in Translation: Marketing in an Interconnected World, Istanbul Technical University, 4-7 giugno 2013) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Valentini S.; Montaguti E.; Neslin S. A., Decision Process Evolution in Customer Channel Choice, «JOURNAL OF MARKETING», 2011, 75 (6), pp. 72 - 86 [Scientific article]

Montaguti E.; Neslin S. A.; Valentini S., Does Multichannel Produce More Profitable Customer?, in: The Day After - Inspiration, Innovation, Implementation, BRUSSELS, M.M. Brencic, T. Dmitrovic, M. Lapanja, A. Senicar. Proceedings of the 40th European Marketing Academy (EMAC) Conference, 2011, pp. 340 - 345 [Chapter or essay]

Montaguti E.; Neslin S. A.; Valentini S., Does Multichannel Usage Produce More Profitable Customers?, in: Marketing Science Proceedings, HANOVER, MD, INFORMS, 2011, pp. 47 - 47 (atti di: Marketing Science Conference, Houston, Texas, USA, 9-11 June 2011) [Abstract]

A. Zammit; E. Montaguti, CONTEXTUAL CUES AND DESCRIPTIVE NORMS: DO PEOPLE STICK TO CONTEXT WHEN THEY KNOW WHAT OTHERS CHOOSE?, in: Advances in Consumer Research Volume 37, eds. Margaret C. Campbell and Jeff Inman and Rik Pieters, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research., DULUTH, MN, eds. Campbell and Inman and Pieters, 2010, pp. 1 - 23 (atti di: “A World of Knowledge At the Point of Confluence.” The Association for Consumer ResearchAnnual North American ConferenceOctober 22 – 25, 2009Pittsburgh, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, October 22 – 25, 2009) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Montaguti E.; Neslin S.; Valentini S., Does Multichannel Usage Produce More Profitable Customers?, in: Crossplatform & Multichannel Customer Behavior, PHILADELPHIA, PA, Wharton Interactive Media Initiative, 2010, pp. 1 - 15 (atti di: Crossplatform & Multichannel Customer Behavior, Wharton School, Philadelphia, PA (USA), December 9-10, 2010) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Valentini S.; Montaguti E.; Neslin S. A., The Impact of Customer Multichannel Choices on Revenues and Retention, in: Marketing Science Proceedings, HANOVER, MD, Informs, 2010, pp. 1 - 1 (atti di: Marketing Science Conference, Cologne, 16-19 Giugno) [Abstract]

E. Montaguti; A. Zammit, Contextual Cues and Socially Relevant Information: Are Consumers Sticking to Context When They Know What Others Choose?, in: Marketing & the Core Disciplines: Rediscovering References?, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC), 2009, May 26-29, Audencia Nantes School of Management, Nantes, France, p. 163., BRUXELLES, Helfer &Nicolas (eds.) Proceedings- 38th EMAC, 2009, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: Marketing & the Core Disciplines: Rediscovering References?, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC), 2009,, Audencia School of Business Nantes - France, May 26-29 2009) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Valentini S.; Neslin S.; Montaguti E., Customer Evolution in Sales Channel Migration., in: Festschrift Celebration in honor of John D.C. Little, ANN ARBOR, Informs, 2009, pp. 1 - 49 (atti di: Marketing Science- Festschrift Celebration in honor of John D.C. Little, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 6-7 Giugno 2009) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

S. Valentini; E. Montaguti; S.A. Neslin, Do Multichannel Customers Really Outperform? Retention, Revenues, and Multichannel Usage in a Contractual Setting, in: Proceedings of the Emac Conference, BRUSSELS, EMAC, 2009, 1, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: EMAC Conference, Nantes (Francia), 26-29 Maggio 2009) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

S. Valentini; S.A. Neslin; E. Montaguti, Do Multichannel Customers Really Outperform? Retention, Revenues, and Multichannel Usage in a Contractual Setting., in: Marketing Science Proceedings, HANOVER, MD, INFORMS, 2009, pp. 234 - 234 (atti di: Marketing Science Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA), 4-6 Giugno 2009) [Abstract]

valentini S.; neslin a. s.; montaguti e., Customer Evolution in Sales Channel Migration, in: Marketing Science Proceedings, HANOVER, MD, INFORMS, 2008, pp. 32 - 32 (atti di: Marketing Science Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June, 12-14, 2008) [Abstract]

valentini s.; neslin s. a.; montaguti e., Customer evolution in sales channel migration, in: Marketing landscapes : a pause for thought; 37th EMAC Conference, 27-30 May 2008, University of Brighton, Brighton Business School, BRUSSELS, EMAC, 2008, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: EMAC conference, Brighton, UK., 27-30 May 2008) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

M. Colucci; E. Montaguti; U. Lago, Managing brand extension via licensing: An investigation into the high-end fashion industry., «INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN MARKETING», 2008, 25, pp. 185 - 198 [Scientific article]

Montaguti E.; Zammit A., The Evolution of Compromise Effect: The Moderating Role of Socially Relevant Information, in: Atti del V convegno annuale della società italiana marketing, "Mercati competitività e sviluppo sostenibile", Milano 2008, PARMA, Società Italiana Marketing, 2008, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: V convegno annuale della società italiana marketing, "Mercati competitività e sviluppo sostenibile", Milano 2008, Milano, Italia, 3-4 Ottobre 2008) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

E. Montaguti; A. Zammit, The Evolution of Compromise Effect: The Moderating Role of Socially Relevant Information, in: Emac 2008 Proceedings, BRUXELLS, EMAC, 2008, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: EMAC 2008 "Marketing Landscapes: A Pause for Thought" University of Brighton UK 27-30 May 2008, Brighton, UK, 27-30 May 2008) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Zammit A.; Montaguti E., An analysis of time evolution of compromise effect: the moderating role of pioneering advantage and product category familiarity, in: European Advances in Consumer Research, s.l, EACR, 2007, 8, pp. 23 - 23 (atti di: EACR 2007 European Conference of the Association for Consumer Research, Milano, 10-14 luglio 2007) [Abstract]

E. Montaguti; M. Visentin, Are Physicians Just Learning or Also Forgetting about Drugs?, in: 2007 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference Proceedings, SINGAPORE, Informs, 2007, 1, pp. 32 - 32 (atti di: Manketing Science Conference, Singapore, 28-30 Giugno 2007) [Abstract]

a. zammit ; e. montaguti, New Product Entry: the Moderating Role of Compromise Effect on Pioneering Advantage, in: Atti IV CONVEGNO ANNUALE DELLA SOCIETA' ITALIANA MARKETING "IL MARKETING DEI TALENTI", PARMA, società italiana di marketing, 2007, pp. 1 - 23 (atti di: "IL MARKETING DEI TALENTI", Roma, 5-6 ottobre 2007) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Zammit A.; Montaguti E., Time evolution of compromise effect: an analysis of the moderating role of pioneering advantage, in: EMAC 2007 Conference Proceedings, BRUXELS, EMAC, 2007, pp. 1 - 10 (atti di: European Marketing Conference, Reykjavik University, 22-25 maggio 2007) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Montaguti E. ; Orsingher C., Customer Satisfaction ed Eterogeneità delle Preferenze: Il Contributo dei Modelli Mistura, «MERCATI E COMPETITIVITÀ», 2006, 4, pp. 137 - 154 [Scientific article]

E.Montaguti ; A. Zammit, Dynamic Analysis of Compromise-Effect: the Role of Attribute Number, in: Emac Conference Proceedings, BRUXELS, EMAC, 2006, pp. 1 - 7 (atti di: European Marketing Conference, Athens, 24-27 May 2006) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

E.Montaguti ; B.G.S. Hardie, Il Posizionamento dei Marchi a Bassa Quota di Mercato: un’Analisi Multi-Categoria”, «MERCATI E COMPETITIVITÀ», 2006, 4, pp. 19 - 37 [Scientific article]

E.Montaguti; M. Colucci; U.Lago, Make or License Decisions: Assessing the Role of Transaction Cost Economics and Product Category Similarity within Firm Boundary Decisions,”, in: Egos, s.l, Egos, 2006(atti di: EGOS, Bergen Norway, 6-8 July 2006) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

E. Montaguti; P. Stern; M.Visentin, Medical prescribing behavior: the role of generics, in: Marketing Science Conference Proceedings, ATLANTA, Informs, 2005, pp. 1 - 2 (atti di: Informs Marketing Science Conference, Atlanta, June 16-19) [Abstract]

M. Colucci; U.Lago; E.Montaguti, When Should Firms License Their Brands ? An Empirical Investigation on Governance Structure, in: EMAC Proceedings, MILANO, EMAC, 2005, pp. 1 - 6 (atti di: EMAC Conference, Milano, 24-27 May 2005) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Elisa Montaguti, Donations, Pricing and Country of Origin Effect: An Empirical Analysis, in: 33rd EMAC Conference Proceedings, MURCIA, EMAC, 2004, pp. 1 - 5 (atti di: EMAC Conference, Murcia, Spain, 18-21/05/2004) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

MARZOCCHI G.; MONTAGUTI E., Marketing e sviluppo di nuovi prodotti, in: SOBRERO M., Innovazione tecnologica e gestione di impresa, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2004, pp. 37 - 60 [Chapter or essay]

Gabriele Morandin

Gabriele Morandin

Gabriele Morandin is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Co-Director of the Master in HR and Organization, one of the seven master in human resources accredited EPAS worldwide. He received the Ph.D in Management at the University of Bologna and he has been Visiting Scholar and Research Assistant at the Ross School of Business of the University of Michigan (MI, USA). Gabriele studies human behavior within organizational contexts and his researches focuses on: a) the on-boarding of newcomers, b) how employees make sense of their organizational membership, and c) how they regulates new technologies in work and non-work domains. He has published in leading journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology and MIT Sloan Management Review, while he currently seats on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Vocational Behavior.

federico munari

federico munari

Member of the Ph.D. board

Federico Munari is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the University of Bologna. His main research interests are in the fields of technology commercialisation, entrepreneurial finance, IPR management and university-industry collaborations. On such topics, he has published in several international refereed journals - such as Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Corporate Finance, Industrial and Corporate Change, Research Policy, R&D Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change. He has been principal investigator of various EU-funded research projects in the area of economics and management of innovation.

Alessandro Narduzzo

Alessandro Narduzzo

Alessandro Narduzzo. Professor of Strategy and Innovation Management (SECS-P/08), Vice-dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management, and Director of the Laurea Magistrale in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. His current research agenda aims at gaining a better understanding of generation, learning and adaptation of organizational capabilities under extreme contexts. A line of research is focused on organizations dealing with the unexpected and with novel problems. Another line of research investigates innovation as novel recombination, by integrating a cognitive and a behavioural perspective. He has published in national and international journals, such as Sinergie, European Journal of Innovation Management, Industrial and Corporate Change, International Journal of Industrial Organization. 

Vincenza Odorici

Vincenza Odorici

Vincenza Odorici is Associate Professor of Management and International Business at the University of Bologna. Her research interests include rivalry, international entrepreneurship, internationalization of SME, corporate governance with specific focus on board diversity, elite selection process and interlocking directorates.

 

chiara orsingher

chiara orsingher

Coordinator of the Ph.D. Programme

Chiara Orsingher is Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Bologna.  She is recognized internationally as a leading researcher in Service Marketing. Her research interests include service recovery, customer complaining behavior, customer satisfaction, customer experience, referral-reward programs, and meta-analysis.  She has published articles in Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Service Research, Academy of Management Perspectives, Psychology & Marketing, Journal of Business Research, and  Journal of Service Management.

Emanuele Padovani

Emanuele Padovani

Emanuele Padovani, is associate professor of business economics and public management and accounting at the University of Bologna. He has been visiting professor in several universities in Europe and the U.S. His research focuses mainly in public management and accounting with particular reference to local governments and healthcare organizations, covering accounting and financial management, management control systems, performance measurement and management, and management of outsourcing. He has collaborated on research and consulting projects with major local, national and international public institutions throughout Italy and Europe. He is co-developer of a model of financial distress assessment for local government and their corporations in Italy and Europe. He is main expert for the City Economic and Financial Governance (CEFG) project developed by EIPA with the support of Eurostat, European Commission, that has the aim of benchmarking and creating a space for mutual learning in the field of city economic and financial governance.

Gabriele Pizzi

Gabriele Pizzi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Gabriele Pizzi is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of Bologna. His research interests deal with assortment management, the impact of innovative technologies on the retailing activity and the longitudinal analysis of customer satisfaction. His researches have been published in leading international journals such as the Journal of Retailing, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Journal of Service Research and Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. He has received significant awards for his works, such as the First Runner-Up Award at the Fisher IMS & AMA SERVSIG Dissertation Proposal Competition (2009), and a Research Grant (2017) by the Italian Marketing Association for a research project on the application of Virtual Reality to the retail industry.

Manuela Presutti

Manuela Presutti

Member of the Ph.D. board

Manuela Presutti  is Associate Professor of Management at the University of Bologna.  Her teaching activity is realised at the Campus of Rimini. She is recognized internationally as a leading researcher in Social Capital. Her research interests include social networks, industrial clusters, knowledge management, entrepreneurship, internationalisation, tourism and small and medium companies. She has published articles in Journal of World Business, International Business Review, Journal of Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Tourism Geography. 

Marcello Russo

Marcello Russo

Marcello Russo is Assistant Professor of Organization and Human Resource Management at University of Bologna, Italy and Visiting Scholar at Kedge Business School, France. He is also Associate Editor for Journal of Vocational Behavior. He is co-Director of the Master in Human Resource and Organization and HR Executive Program at Bologna Business School, Italy. His research interests focus on organizational and individual factors that can favor employees' well-being and productivity on  and off the job. His work appears in the following top academic journals including Journal of Management, MIT Sloan Management Review, Journal of Vocational Behaviors, Human Resource Management Journal, Harvard Business Review, Italy.

Daniele Scarpi

Daniele Scarpi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Daniele Scarpi is Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Bologna. His  research interests include consumer behavior and decision making. His papers have been published in the Journal of Retailing, Behavioral Decision Making, Marketing Letters, Economic Psychology, Industrial Marketing Management, and others. 

maurizio sobrero

maurizio sobrero

Member of the Ph.D. board

Maurizio Sobrero, PhD MIT, BS Università di Bologna, is Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at the University of Bologna. He is the author of over 30 peer reviewed articles and 5 books in the Economics and Management of Innovation, with a specific focus on inter-organizational collaborations, University-Industry relationships, corporate governance and R&D investments. He has served as an expert in these matters in several Committees of different public, private and government institutions.

Maria Rita Tagliaventi

Maria Rita Tagliaventi

Management and Organizational Behavior

Position: Associate Professor

PhD: University of Padua, Italy

 

giuseppe torluccio

giuseppe torluccio

Member of the Ph.D. board

Giuseppe Torluccio is Professor of Financial Markets and Institutions at the University of Bologna, Director of Yunus Social Business Center, Vice-president of Grameen Italian Foundation, and member of Scientific Committee University of Bologna “School of Excellence”. Research interests include theoretical and empirical issues in economics of banking, credit risk models, internal ratings and Basel III, risk management, derivatives, debt instruments, relationship banking, SMEs financing, innovation financing, R&D, treasury management, corporate governance in banking, FinTech, microfinance, and social business. The last relevant articles are published in Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Banking and Finance, European Journal of Finance, Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Journal of Asset Management.

salvatore torrisi

salvatore torrisi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Salvatore Torrisi is Professor of Management at the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics (DEMS) of the University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy) where he coordinates the Management Division. His research focuses on strategic use of intellectual property, competitive strategy, technology transfer and entrepreneurship, markets for technology. He has published in Economics of Innovation and New Technology, European Management Review, Industrial and Corporate Change, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Regional Studies, Research Policy and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.

laura toschi

laura toschi

Member of the Ph.D. board

Laura Toschi is Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Bologna. She received her Ph.D. in Management from the University of Bologna. In 2008, she has been visiting scholar at the Boston University and from 2011 to 2013 she has been Research Fellow at the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex. Her main research interests are on (i) entrepreneurial finance, with a particular focus on Venture Capital and Corporate Venture Capital, (ii) technology transfer activities and (iii) innovation management, with an emphasis on patents and the dynamics of emerging technologies. She has published several articles in international scientific journals, including Journal of Business Venturing, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Technology Transfer, International Small Business Journal and Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 

Sara Valentini

Sara Valentini

Member of the Ph.D. board

Sara Valentini is Associate Professor of Marketing at Department of Management, University of Bologna, where she teaches Marketing (undergraduate degree), Social Media Marketing and Marketing Models (Master of Science Degree). She has been executive member of European Marketing Academy (2013-2016) and she is currently member of the international committee of the Italian Marketing Society . Her area of expertise is in the measurement and analysis of marketing effectiveness and customer profitability, especially in the fields of omnichannel marketing and customer relationship management. She has published on these topics in journals and books such as Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing, MIT press. She has additional expertise in customer satisfaction and service recovery. On these topics, She has published in journals such as Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science and Psychology & Marketing. She holds a degree (Laurea) cum laude in Statistics and a Ph.D. in Management, University of Bologna. She was visiting scholar at the Tuck school of Business, Dartmouth College (USA).

Marco Visentin

Marco Visentin

Marco Visentin is Associate Professor of Marketing. His research is broadly based in the Business to Business and Business to Consumer marketing, including managing the relationship with customers, and consumer behavior. His research also focuses on Corporate Responsibility, with an interest on the determinants of voluntary reporting and ethical communication of companies, and on creative industries including wine industry and fashion system. He published on Industrial Marketing Management, Industry and Innovation, Business Ethics A European Review, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Journal of Sport Management and International Journal of Market Research.

Simona Zambelli

Simona Zambelli

Member of the Ph.D. board

Simona Zambelli,  is Associate Professor at University of Bologna in the field of Economics of Financial Intermediation.  Her main research interests are related to the field of Financial Intermediation and Alternative Investment Funds, as well as Venture Capital, Crowdfunding, Venture Philanthropy and Gender Inequalities in Finance. She enjoys to use an interdisciplinary approach, with a law & finance perspective. She has won a number of international grants  for her research activity, including two international awards sponsored by Government of Canada. She published articles in Journal of Banking and Finance, European Financial Management,  International Journal of Management Reviews, Local Government Studies.  She has also written a number of book contributions with top publishers,  including Oxford University Press and Springer. 

Alessandra Zammit

Alessandra Zammit

Alessandra Zammit is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of Bologna. Her research interests are related to consumer choice, context effects and choice heuristics in relation to social norms, dynamic entry of new products, and aversion to extremes. Moreover, she works customer satisfaction, product customization decisions and propensity to plan. She has published articles in Journal of Consumer Research, The Service Industries Journal, The Journal of Service Research and European Journal of Marketing. She received her PhD in Marketing from the University of Bologna and she was a Visiting Scholar at Fuqua School of Business (Duke University, North Carolina).

Luca Zan

Luca Zan

Member of the Ph.D. board

Luca Zan is active in the field of management/accounting history, with several international publications on the history of managing practice in protoindustrial settings (Venice Arsenal at the turn of the XVI century); and management and accounting in historical perspectives. He is also extensively involved in field research on the management of arts/heritage organizations, within an international comparative research. In particular, he does fieldwork in the State administration in China, Turkey, Peru and Ecuador, in addition to Europe. He also involved in international teaching in Arts management: Director of GIOCA (Graduate degree in Innovation an Organization of Culture and the Arts); adjunct faculty at CMU, Master in Arts Management; and CAFA (China Academy of Fine Arts).