Alessandra Perri is Associate Professor of Management and Associate Dean for Faculty. Prior to joining Luiss, she worked at the Department of Business Administration of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, and at the Department of Management of Ca’ Foscari University Venice. She holds a Ph.D. in Management from Luiss University. Alessandra’s main research interests are the strategic management of technological innovation in multinational and family firms, and the inter- and intra-organizational relationships aimed at knowledge creation. Her papers have appeared on primary international outlets such as Journal of International Business Studies, Research Policy, Global Strategy Journal, Journal of World Business, Industrial and Corporate Change, International Business Review, International Journal of Management Reviews. Alessandra has been a visiting scholar at several foreign universities, including Copenhagen Business School, Fox School of Business at Temple University, Henley Business School, IESE Business School and Melbourne University. In 2016, she was awarded the John H. Dunning Visiting Fellowship, sponsored by the John H. Dunning Centre for International Business at Henley Business School, University of Reading. Since 2014, she has been participating in the international research network “iBEGIN – International Business, Economic Geography and Innovation”. Her research has received numerous awards, including the “John H. Dunning Best Doctoral Thesis Proposal Award”, the “International Business Review Best Paper Award”, the “Global Strategy Journal Best Paper Award”, and the “AIB UK & Ireland Palgrave Best Competitive Paper Award”. In 2016, she is a finalist for the Academy of International Business’ Alan M. Rugman Most Promising Scholar Award. She has held the role of Principal Investigator in research projects funded by qualified national and international institutions, including the European Patent Office. Alessandra is Co-Editor–in-Chief of Industry & Innovation and serves in the Editorial Review Board of Global Strategy Journal.