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Beyond tangible and intangible. A meta-theoretical model to measure the four roles of organizational resources. 2020 Alberto Bertello; Canio Forliano; Mattia Franco; Lia Tirabeni
BUILDING RESILIENT FOOD SYSTEMS. THE ROLE OF A DIGITAL PLATFORM TO DRIVE INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE 2022 Forliano Canio, De Bernardi Paola, Bertello Alberto
Business model innovation in SMEs engaging in innovation ecosystems. A decoupling perspective. 2019 Paola De Bernardi; Alberto Bertello; Francesca Ricciardi; Sara Moggi
Circular Business Models and Their Systemic Implications: The “Too Good To Go” Case Study 2021 De Bernardi, Paola; Forliano, Canio; Gnoffo, Salvatore; Bertello, Alberto
Digital platforms as innovation catalysts for sustainable business model innovation 2022 Paola De Bernardi, Canio Forliano, Salvatore Gnoffo, Alberto Bertello
Digital Transformation in SMEs: A Systematic Review and Future Directions 2020 Paola De Bernardi; Canio Forliano; Alberto Bertello;
The impact of digitization on motivations and institutional logics of PhD students' startup initiatives: an exploratory study. 2019 Alberto Bertello; Danny Azucar; Lia Tirabeni
Internationalization and MENA Countries: A Systematic Literature Review 2020 Alberto Bertello; Alberto Ferraris; Stefano Bresciani; Matteo Massucco
Investigating Entrepreneurial Universities’ Logics through System Dynamics: A Causal Loop Analysis 2022 Forliano C., De Bernardi P., Bertello A., Ricciardi F.
Knowledge Behaviors and Commons: What We Learn from the Covid-19 Crisis 2021 Francesca Ricciardi, Alberto Bertello, Canio Forliano, Paola De Bernardi
Knowledge behaviors when the commons are at stake: Insights from the Covid-19 crisis 2020 Ricciardi, Francesca; Bertello, Alberto; Forliano, Canio; Bernardi, Paola De
Theorizing the commons from the perspective of organization studies 2021 Francesca Ricciardi; Alberto Bertello
Unpacking Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) performances through the institutional logics lens. 2019 Paola De Bernardi, Alberto Bertello, Canio Forliano