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Edoardo Mollona

Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Academic discipline: SECS-P/07 Business Administration and Accounting Studies

Publications

Gilda Antonelli, Edoardo Mollona, Luigi Moschera, Burt- Or Coleman-Type Rents, Or a Bit of Both? Knowledge Management Strategies in Suppliers’ Networks., «INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT», 2018, 13, pp. 274 - 289 [Scientific article]

Marafioti, E.; Mollona, EDOARDO VINCENZO EUGENIO; E. and F., Perretti, International strategies and declusterization: A simulation-based dynamic theory of Italian clusters’ international sustainability, in: COCREATING RESPONSIBLE FUTURES IN THE DIGITAL AGE, Napoli, Business System Laboratory, 2018, pp. 1 - 274 (atti di: Business Systems Laboratory - 5th International Symposium. COCREATING RESPONSIBLE FUTURES IN THE DIGITAL AGE, Napoli, gennaio 22-24, 2018) [Abstract]

Vitaliano Barberio; Ines Kuric; Edoardo Mollona; Luca Pareschi, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D3.4 "Report on the statistical analysis of communication efforts’ impact and effectiveness on citizens’ awareness and appreciation of EU-financed projects", 2018, pp. 38 . [Technical report]

Barberio, Vitaliano ; Kuric, Ines ; Calia, Pinuccia ; Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D5.4 "Report of the comparative analysis of the correlation between topics emergent from regional discourses on the one hand, and the awareness and perceptions of the EU (from Eurobarometer) on the other hand", 2018, pp. 42 . [Technical report]

Eirini Aivazidou; Giovanni Cunico; Edoardo Mollona, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D6.1 "Report on causal qualitative model", 2018, pp. 99 . [Technical report]

Mollona, E.; Presutti, M., Collaboration and competition inside an industrial district. A social capital approach., in: Unfolding Cluster Evolution, Abingdon, Routdledge, 2017, pp. 117 - 140 [Chapter or essay]

Mollona, Edoardo, How visible is the visible hand of top management in strategic renewals? Guided evolution and the intraorganizational ecology model of adaptation, «INDUSTRIAL AND CORPORATE CHANGE», 2017, 26, pp. 689 - 708 [Scientific article]

Barberio, Vitaliano ; Kuric, Ines ; Höllerer, Markus ; Meyer, Renate ; Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D3.2 "Qualitative report with main findings from the interviews", 2017, pp. 18 . [Technical report]

Barberio, Vitaliano ; Kuric, Ines ; Höllerer, Markus ; Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D3.3 "Descriptive report on the specific role of new media in EU financed projects' communication strategies", 2017, pp. 58 . [Technical report]

Barberio, Vitaliano ; Kuric, Ines ; Meyer, Renate ; Höllerer, Markus ; Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D5.2 "Database of the topics and sentiments to be made available on-line for further research", 2017, pp. 56 . [Technical report]

Barberio, Vitaliano ; Kuric, Ines ; Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D5.3 "Production of a report discussing (including visualizing topographic maps of meanings) the emergent topics in identity relevant discourse at the different levels", 2017, pp. 137 . [Technical report]

Jesi, Gian Paolo; Mollona, Edoardo, CoopNet: A Social, P2P-Like Simulation Model to Explore Knowledge-Based Production Processes, in: Agent-Based Simulation of Organizational Behavior. New Frontiers of Social Science Research, London, Springer, 2016, pp. 109 - 136 [Chapter or essay]

Mollona, Edoardo, Computer Simulation in Social Sciences. A Logic of Enquiry., Napoli, Editoriale Scientifica, 2015, pp. 124 . [Research monograph]

Brembilla, Paola; Mollona, Edoardo, Game of Strategy., Torino, G. Giappichelli Editore, 2015, pp. 183 . [Research monograph]

Dal Forno, A; Mollona, E, ISOMORPHISM AND LOCAL INTERESTS IN THE DIFFUSION OF GLOBAL POLICIES: AN ENQUIRY INTO PRIVATIZATION POLICY ADOPTION USING COMPUTER MODELLING AND SIMULATION, in: Industry and Work in Contemporary Capitalism. Global models, local lives?, Abingdon, Routerledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2015, pp. 19 - 50 [Chapter or essay]