PUBBLICAZIONI

Organizzazione e strategia

  • Mongelli & F. Rullani (2017) “Inequality and marginalization, business model and social innovation”, Industry & Innovation, 24: 446-467
  • Mongelli and F. Rullani (2017) “Creating Value in Nonprofit-Business Collaborations: New Thinking and Practice”. Review for the book with the same title by 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 (part of the United Nations PRME Book Collection).
  • Maiolini, L. Mongelli, (2017) “I cluster dell’innovazione sociale” [Clusters in social innovation] in “Modelli ed esperienze di innovazione sociale in Italia. Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale” [Models and experience of social innovation in Italy. The third social innovation report], Eds. Matteo G. Caroli, Franco Angeli.
  • Tamburini, L. Mongelli, F. Rullani (2017) “Impact Investing: lezioni dalla Svezia”, [Impact Investing: lessons from Switzerland], in Caroli M.G. (Ed.), “Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale in Italia”, [The third social innovation report], 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 – Hing Kong, December 10-12, 2016, Month 1.
  • Mongelli, P. Versari and F. Rullani, A. Vaccaro. (2016): “Social entrepreneurship and empowerment: Safe Space and Bridging in the case of Made in Carcere”, presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 2016, Anaheim, CA (US).
  • Foss, L. Frederiksen and F. Rullani (2016) “Problem-formulation and problem-solving in selforganized communities: how modes of communication shape project behaviors in the free open source software community”. Strategic Management Journal, 37(13), 2589-2610.
  • Rimac and 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, and 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?”, [Where does social innovation come from?] in Caroli M.G. (Ed.), “Secondo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale”, [The second social innovation report], CERIiS, Franco Angeli.
  • Beukel, F. Rullani and M. De Angelis (2014) “Counterfeiting: Strategies to fighting back”, presented at the 37th DRUID Celebration Conference, 16th‐18th June 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Maiolini, F. Rullani, and 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. [Social capital, social avidity and social network analysis]. In: Città dei capi: open leadership: dal capitale umano al capitale sociale, [Open Leadership: From Human Capital to Social Capital], 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” [Make firms social: Social impact and boundaries of the firm and stakeholders network], Impresa Sociale, 0.
  • 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.

Social Innovation (CeRIIS)

  • G. Caroli, (2017), in “Modelli ed esperienze di innovazione sociale in Italia. Terzo rapporto sull’innovazione sociale”, [Models and experience of social innovation in Italy. The third social innovation report], 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, and 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. [Studies and experiences on social innovation]. Milano: Franco Angeli.
  • Guida M. F., e Maiolini R., (2014) Il ruolo delle reti e delle relazioni nel futuro dello sviluppo economico-sociale, [The role of networks and relationships in the future of economic and social development], in Competitività e processi collaborative – Reti e Filiere tra imprese: I vantaggi delle collaborazioni orizzontali e verticali [Competitiveness and collaborative processes – Business networks and chains: The advantages of horizontal and vertical collaboration] – 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 [C Factor for Social Innovation], Rubbettino, 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” [Promoting Social Innovation in Italy: ItaliaCamp and the “Your Idea for the Country”], in Arvidsson A., Giordano Alex (2013) Societing Reloaded, Pubblici Produttivi E Innovazione Sociale, Egea.
  • Tantalo, M. G. Caroli, and 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

  • De Angelis, D’Anolfo, M., Amatulli, C., and Pino, G. (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.
  • 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, and 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 and 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, and 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, and 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, and 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, and 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. and 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 and 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, and 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, and 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 and A. Riccabon. (2010) “Cleaning up.” Strategic Finance 92.1: 29-38.
  • Fiori, F. Di Donato, and M. F. Izzo. (2007) “Corporate Social Responsibility and Firms Performance-An Analysis on Italian Listed Companies.” Available at SSRN 1032851.
  • Busco, A. Riccaboni, and R. W. Scapens. (2006) “Trust for accounting and accounting for trust.” Management Accounting Research 17.1: 11-41.
  • F. Izzo; Santella, R. Il processo di revisione dei bilanci di sostenibilità. Un’analisi delle società quotate italiane, [The process of reviewing sustainability budgets. An analysis of Italian listed companies], forthcoming in Rivista Italiana di Ragioneria e Economia Aziendale.