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Edoardo Mollona


Department of Computer Science and Engineering

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


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]

Mollona, Edoardo ; Pareschi, Luca ; Reverberi, Pierre ; Brasili, Cristina, PERCEIVE project - Deliverable D8.5 "PERCEIVE (Perception and Evaluation of Regional and Cohesion policies by Europeans and Identification with the Values of Europe): Data Management Plan. Version (M13)", 2017. [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]

Mollona, E, Informatica, industria della, in: Enciclopedia Italiana di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, Nona Appendice, Roma, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 2015, pp. 684 - 686 [Dictionary or encyclopedia entry]

Edoardo Mollona; Lorenzo Massa; Gabriele D'Angelo, A simulation model for corporate sustainability performances. Motivated search, survival ability and learning feedback, in: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, The System Dynamics Society, 2014, pp. 88 - 88 (atti di: 32nd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, Delft, Netherlands, July 20-24, 2014) [Abstract]

Mollona, EDOARDO VINCENZO EUGENIO; Pareschi, Luca, Analysis of dynamic discourse alliances in framing contested issues: A sociopolitical analysis of the demise of state steel in Italy., in: EURAM 2013 proceedings, 2013, pp. 1 - 42 (atti di: EURAM 2013, Istanbul, 26/29 Giugno 2013) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Pareschi, Luca; Mollona, Edoardo, How they learned to stop worrying and love privatizations Economic-Political field and Italian state steel demise, in: 11th ESA Conference – Crisis, Critique and Change, 2013(atti di: 11th ESA Conference – Crisis, Critique and Change, Torino, 28-31 August 2013) [Poster]

Marafioti E; Mollona E; Perretti F, International strategies and networks: A dynamic theory of Italian clusters., in: Management senza confini. Gli studi di management: Tradizione e paradigmi emergenti., Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013, pp. 69 - 77 [Chapter or essay]

Chirico F; Nordqvist M; Colombo G; Mollona E, Simulating Dynamic Capabilities and Value Creation in Family Firms: Is Paternalism an “Asset” or a “Liability”?, «FAMILY BUSINESS REVIEW», 2012, 25, pp. 318 - 338 [Scientific article]

E. Mollona, Review of: Strategic Management Dynamics, «JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY», 2011, 62, pp. 933 - 934 [Review]

Mollona E.; Presutti M., Da sistemi chiusi a contesti aperti: simulazione di scenari e analisi empirica sui distretti italiani in una logica di capitale sociale, in: Dinamiche evolutive nei cluster geografici di imprese, BOLOGNA, Il Mulino, 2010, pp. 59 - 105 (PERCORSIc) [Chapter or essay]

Fioresi R.; Mollona E., Devices for Theory Development: Why Using Computer Simulation If Mathematical Analysis Is Available?, in: Computational Analysis of Firms’ Organization and Strategic Behaviour, NEW YORK, Routledge, 2010, pp. 69 - 106 (Routledge Studies in Organizational Behaviour and Strategy) [Chapter or essay]