Federica Brunetta is Associate Professor of Management. She teaches General Management, Strategy, Economics of Strategy and Business Transformation at Luiss Business School and at the Department of Business and Management.
She is Vice Director of the Research Center for Business Transformation (ReBooT) and Academic Coordinator of Luiss Business School Executive Education. At Luiss Business School she is also Scientific Director of the Master in Management & Technology and of the Major in Management of biomedical products (Master in Healthcare Management – Filiera della Salute), as well as Scientific Coordinator of the Major in Sustainability and Energy Industry (Master in International Management)
Her research interests are focused on the study of strategies in highly regulated environments, digitalization and business transformation, network analysis. Her works are published, among others, in Organization Studies, Journal of Business Research, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Organizational Dynamics. She is the author of the book “Institutions, Markets and Organizations” published by McGrawHill and “New Organizational Forms, Controls, and Institutions. Understanding the Tensions in ‘Post-Bureaucratic’ Organization “edited by Palgrave. She has conducted research at national and international level, presenting her works in the main conferences. She is also active in several applied research projects on these themes.
She received her PhD from the Università Cattolica, and was a Visiting Scholar at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. She also received the Distinguished Paper Award from the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management.