PUBBLICAZIONI

Organizzazione e Strategia

  • Kella, T. Rimac, F. Capo (2018) “When Hunter gets Hunted: Role of Resilience in Institutional Change” Best Student Paper Award SIM Division, Academy of Management, Chicago (IL).
  • Mongelli & F. Rullani (2017) “Inequality and marginalization, business model and social innovation”, Industry & Innovation, 24: 446-467
  • Mongelli & F. Rullani (2017) “Creating Value in Nonprofit-Business Collaborations: New Thinking and Practice”. Revisione per il libro con il medesimo titolo, di James E. Austin & M. May Seitanidi (2014), San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons. Business Ethics Quarterly.
  • Mongelli, F. Rullani, P. Versari (2017) “Hybridization of diverging institutional logics through common-note practices. An analogy with music and the case of social entrepreneurship”, Industry and Innovation, 24: 492-514.
  • Mongelli, P. Versari, L. Giustiniano, (2017): “The scalability of business model in a social enterprise” in P. Miesing, M. Aggestam (eds.), Educating Social Entrepreneurs: A Workbook of Cases, Exercises, and Commentaries, Business Expert Press (Parte della raccolta United Nations PRME).
  • Maiolini, L. Mongelli, (2017) “I cluster dell’innovazione sociale” in “Modelli ed esperienze di innovazione sociale in Italia. Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale”, Eds. Matteo G. Caroli, Franco Angeli.
  • Tamburini, L. Mongelli, F. Rullani (2017) “Impact Investing: lezioni dalla Svezia”, in Caroli M.G. (Ed.), “Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale in Italia”, CERIiS.
  • Chintan, M. Riccardo, S. Ekta, G. Luca (2016). Side Dish of Volunteering: Cafeteria Approach to Implement CSR Strategy. In: Strategic Management Society – SMS Special conference, Strategic Management Society – SMS Special conference – Hong Kong, December 10-12, 2016, Month 1.
  • Mongelli, P. Versari & F. Rullani, A. Vaccaro. (2016): “Social entrepreneurship and empowerment: Safe Space and Bridging in the case of Made in Carcere”, presentato presso la Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 2016, Anaheim, CA (US).
  • Foss, L. Frederiksen & F. Rullani (2016) “Problem-formulation and problem-solving in self-organized communities: how modes of communication shape project behaviors in the free open source software community”. Strategic Management Journal, 37(13), 2589-2610.
  • Rimac & L. Mongelli: (2016), “SEFORIS – Social Entrepreneurship as a Force for more Inclusive and Innovative Societies: the country report. A first analysis and profiling of social enterprises in Spain” LUISS University Press.
  • Cappa, F., Del Sette, F., Hayes, D., & Rosso, F. (2016). How to Deliver Open Sustainable Innovation: An Integrated Approach for a Sustainable Marketable Product. Sustainability, 8(12), 1341.
  • Cappa, F., Laut, J., Nov, O., Giustiniano, L., & Porfiri, M. (2016). Activating social strategies: Face-to-face interaction in technology-mediated citizen science. Journal of environmental management, 182, 374-384.
  • Laut, J., Cappa, F., Nov, O., & Porfiri, M. (2015). Increasing patient engagement in rehabilitation exercises using computer-based citizen science. PloS one, 10(3), e0117013.
  • Cappa, F., Facci, A. L., & Ubertini, S. (2015). Proton exchange membrane fuel cell for cooperating households: A convenient combined heat and power solution for residential applications. Energy, 90, 1229-1238.
  • Nitulescu, & T. Rimac. (2015) “Understanding governance models and mechanisms of organizations working toward social change: A study of three Spanish social enterprises.”
  • Maiolini, L. Mongelli, F. Rullani, A. Valera (2015) “Da dove nasce l’innovazione sociale?”, in Caroli M.G. (Ed.), “Secondo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale”, CERIiS, Franco Angeli.
  • Beukel, F. Rullani & M. De Angelis (2014) “Counterfeiting: Strategies to fighting back”, presentata presso la 37ma DRUID Celebration Conference, 16th-18th June 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Maiolini, F. Rullani, & P. Versari, (2014). “Mechanisms and boundaries of collective action in social entrepreneurship.” Academy of Management Proceedings. Vol. 2014. No. 1. Academy of Management.
  • Dandi. (2014) Capitale sociale, avidità sociale e social network analysis. In: Città dei capi: open leadership: dal capitale umano al capitale sociale, Month 1, p. 71-83. Milanofiori – Assago (Mi): Wolters Kluwer.
  • Maiolini, F. Rullani, P. Versari (2013), “Rendere sociali le imprese. Impatto sociale, confini dell’impresa e rete di stakeholder”, Impresa Sociale.
  • Rimac, J. Mair, and J. Battilana. (2012) “Social entrepreneurs, socialization processes, and social change: the case of SEKEM.” Using a Positive Lens to Explore Social Change and Organizations, Golden-Biddle K, Dutton JE (eds). Routledge: New York: 71-89.
  • Gospel. (2011) “Employee representation and the Sustainable Company.” The Sustainable Company: a new approach to corporate governance (ETUI, 2011): 59.
  • Gabrielli. (2010) People management: teorie e pratiche per una gestione sostenibile delle persone. F. Angeli

Innovazione Sociale (CeRiIS)

  • G. Caroli, (2017), in “Modelli ed esperienze di innovazione sociale in Italia. Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale”, Eds. Franco Angeli.
  • Papa, R., Gargiulo, C., Russo, L. & Franco, S. (2017), On the Relationship Between The Promotion Of Environmental Sustainability And The Increase Of Territorial Competitiveness: The Italian Case, International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Vol. 12, Num. 4, pp. 655-666.
  • Maiolini, R., Marra A. Baldassarri C. & Carlei V. (2016) Digital Technologies for Social Innovation: An Empirical Recognition on the New Enablers, Journal of technology Management and Innovation, 11(4), 22-28.
  • Pinelli, & R. Maiolini. (2016) “Strategies for Sustainable Development: Organizational Motivations, Stakeholders’ Expectations and Sustainability Agendas”, Sustainable Development.
  • Maiolini, R., Marra, A., & Luciani, M. (2015). Social Innovation: An Observational Study in High-Tech Industries. L’industria, 36(4), 535-552.
  • Caroli, M. (2015) (a cura di). Studi ed Esperienze sull’innovazione Sociale. Milano, Franco Angeli.
  • Guida M. F., e Maiolini R., (2014) Il ruolo delle reti e delle relazioni nel futuro dello sviluppo economico-sociale, in Competitività e processi collaborativi – Reti e Filiere tra imprese: I vantaggi delle collaborazioni orizzontali e verticali – Collana Imprese Responsabili – CSR Piemonte.
  • Guida M. F., e Maiolini R., (2014) Social Innovation, Actors, Contexts and Trends. Opening the Black Box, in Enabling social innovation ecosystems for community-led territorial development, Quaderni della Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini, “Studi e ricerche” series, 49 pp 13-20. ISBN 978-88-95380-21-6
  • Papa, R., Gargiulo, C., Franco, S. & Russo, L. (2014), Urban Smartness Vs Urban Competitiveness: A Comparison of Italian Cities Rankings, Tema. Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, Special Issue, pp. 771-782.
  • Guida M. F. e Maiolini R., (2013) Il Fattore C per l’Innovazione Sociale, Soveria Mannelli (CZ).
  • Maiolini, R. Smargiassi I., Buttara F., (2013) Promuovere l’innovazione sociale in Italia: ItaliaCamp e il concorso “La tua idea per il Paese”, in Arvidsson A., Giordano Alex (2013) Societing Reloaded, Pubblici Produttivi E Innovazione Sociale, Egea.
  • Tantalo, M. G. Caroli, & Jeff Vanevenhoven. (2012) “Corporate social responsibility and SME’s competitiveness.” International Journal of Technology Management 58.1/2: 129-151.
  • G. Caroli (2012). Marketing for territorial competitiveness. In: Handbook of green communication and marketing, p. 18-30. Milano: Franco Angeli.
  • Maiolini. (2012) “How does the management of multiple stakeholders’ interests influence decision-making processes? exploring the case of crowdsourced placemaking.” Information systems: crossroads for organization, management, accounting and engineering. Physica-Verlag HD, 349-357.

Marketing

  • Amatulli, M. De Angelis, D. Korschun, S. Romani (2018) Consumers’ perceptions of luxury brands’ CSR initiatives: An investigation of the role of status and conspicuous consumption., Journal of Cleaner Production 194 (2018) 277 – 287
  • Adigüzel, M. De Angelis, C. Amatulli (2018) Design Similarity as a Tool for Sustainable New Luxury Product Adoption: The Role of Luxury Brand Knowledge and Product Ephemerality, Sustainable Luxury, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
  • Amatulli, M. De Angeli, M.A. Peluso, I. Soscia, G. Guido (2017) The Effect of Negative Message Framing on Green Consumption: An Investigation of the Role of Shame, Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Amatulli, M. De Angelis (2017) Luxury Marketing: vendere il lusso nell’epoca della sostenibilità., Luiss University Press
  • De Angelis, M. D’Anolfo, C. Amatulli, and G. Pino (2017), “Luxury, Sustainability, and Corporate Social Responsibility: Insights from Fashion Luxury Case Studies and Consumers’ Perceptions,” in Sustainable Management of Luxury (editor: M.A. Gardetti), Springer Singapore, forthcoming.
  • De Angelis, Amatulli, C., Costabile, M, and Guido, G. (2017), Sustainable Luxury Brands: Evidence from Research and Implications for Managers, Palgrave Advances in Luxury Series, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • De Angelis, F. Adıgüzel, and C. Amatulli. (2017) “The role of design similarity in consumers’ evaluation of new green products: An investigation of luxury fashion brands.” Journal of Cleaner Production 141: 1515-1527.
  • Amatulli, M. De Angelis, M.A. Peluso, I. Soscia, The Effect of Negative Message Framing on Green Consumption: An Investigation of the Role of Shame., Journal of Business Ethics
  • De Angelis, P. Giovanni, (2016) “The influence of corporate social responsibility on consumers’ attitudes and intentions toward genetically modified foods: evidence from Italy.” Journal of Cleaner Production 112: 2861-2869.
  • Romani, S. Grappi, & Richard P. Bagozzi. (2016) “Corporate Socially Responsible Initiatives and Their Effects on Consumption of Green Products.” Journal of Business Ethics 135.2: 253-264.
  • Romani, S. Grappi, L. Zarantonello & R. P. Bagozzi. (2015) “The revenge of the consumer! How brand moral violations lead to consumer anti-brand activism” Journal of Brand Management 22.8: 658-672.
  • Romani, & S. Grappi. (2014) “How companies’ good deeds encourage consumers to adopt pro-social behavior.” European Journal of Marketing48.5/6: 943-963.
  • Grappi, S. Romani, & R. P. Bagozzi. (2013) “Consumer response to corporate irresponsible behavior: Moral emotions and virtues.” Journal of business research 66.10: 1814-1821.
  • Romani, S. Grappi, & R. P. Bagozzi. (2013) “Explaining consumer reactions to corporate social responsibility: The role of gratitude and altruistic values.” Journal of Business Ethics 114.2: 193-206.
  • Romani, S. Grappi, & R. P. Bagozzi. (2013) “My anger is your gain, my contempt your loss: Explaining consumer responses to corporate wrongdoing.” Psychology & Marketing 30.12: 1029-1042.

Accounting

  • Busco; Giovannoni, E. & A. Riccaboni (2017) “Sustaining multiple logics within hybrid organizations: Accounting, mediation and social innovation”, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
  • Busco; Quattrone, P. (2017) “In Search of the “Perfect One”: “How accounting as a maieutic machine sustains inventions through generative ‘in-tensions'” Management Accounting Research.
  • F. Izzo, Magnanelli, B.S., (2017), Corporate Social Performance and Cost of Debt: the relationship, Social Responsibility Journal, Vol 2.
  • Busco, M. L. Frigo, P. Quattrone, and A. Riccaboni, (2014) “Leading practices in integrated reporting: management accountants will guide their companies on the journey to value creation.” Strategic Finance 96.3: 23-33.
  • Busco, M. L. Frigo, P. Quattrone & A. Riccaboni. (2013) “Redefining corporate accountability through integrated reporting: What happens when values and value creation meet?” Strategic Finance 95.2: 33-42.
  • F. Izzo, & B. S. Magnanelli. (2012) “Does it pay or does firm pay? The relation between CSR performance and the cost of debt.” The Relation between CSR Performance and the Cost of Debt (January 16, 2012).
  • F. Izzo, & F. Di Donato. (2012) “The relation between Corporate Social Responsibility and stock prices: an analysis of the Italian listed companies.” Available at SSRN 1986324.
  • Busco, M. L. Frigo, E. Leone & A. Riccabon. (2010) “Cleaning up.” Strategic Finance 92.1: 29-38.
  • Fiori, F. Di Donato, & M. F. Izzo. (2007) “Corporate Social Responsibility and Firms Performance-An Analysis on Italian Listed Companies.” Available at SSRN 1032851.
  • Busco, A. Riccaboni, & R. W. Scapens. (2006) “Trust for accounting and accounting for trust.” Management Accounting Research 17.1: 11-41.
  • F. Izzo; Fiori, G. (2016), The Influence of Corporate Governance on the Adoption of The Integrated Report: A first Study on IIRC Pilot Programme. In: Chiara Mio. Integrated Reporting: A New Accounting Disclosure. p. 155-179, Palgrave.
  • F. Izzo; Santella, R. Il processo di revisione dei bilanci di sostenibilità. Un’analisi delle società quotate italiane, forthcoming in Rivista Italiana di Ragioneria e Economia Aziendale

Etica e Tecnologia

  • Di Pietro, P. Spagnoletti, & A. Prencipe (2019), Fundraising across digital divide: evidences from charity crowdfunding. In A. Lazazzara, R. C. D. Nacamulli, C. Rossignoli, & S. Za (Eds.), Organizing in the digital economy. At the interface between social media, human behaviour and inclusion, pp 111-124, LNISO, Vol. 27, Springer.
  • Spagnoletti, G. Me, F. Ceci, & A. Prencipe (2018). Securing national e-ID infrastructures: Tor networks as a source of threats. In F. Cabitza, C. Batini, & M. Magni (Eds.), Organizing for the Digital World. IT for individuals, communities and societies, pp 105-119, LNISO, Vol. 28, Springer.
  • Ø Sæbø, A. Resca, P. Spagnoletti (2015), Reframing healthcare through social media, Journal of Information Technology Teaching Case.
  • Spagnoletti, A. Resca & Ø Sæbø (2015). Design for social media engagement: Insights from elderly care assistance. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 24(2), 128– 145.