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INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
Roberta Squillace print

Education and work experiences

  • Since January 2009: PhD candidate in “Management, Competitiveness and Development” at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa (Italy)
  • September 2009: Banking & Financial Diploma and Europen Foundation Certificate in Banking
  • Since October 2004: Employee as banker at IntesaSanpaolo Bank
  • December 2005- February 2008: junior researcher in environmental management and international cooperation field for UIL
  • September 2004: Vodafone Talent Academy- Final project work: “Analysis of the Vodafone new market opportunities, with possible partnerships with ICT players”.
  • October 2002 – July 2003: Internship at ENEA.
  • July 2003: University degree in Business Administration, Università “Tor Vergata”, Roma (Italy).


My overall research interest is in socio and economic issues related to the development of new renewable energies.In particular, my PhD research project is about the evaluation of competitiveness of the emerging supply chain in Italy compared to some international context.


Publication

  • Squillace R.,  V. Looy, (2012) “Technology and market dynamics in the wind energy sector: do first mover advantages exist? An exploratory analysis on the level of (national) innovation systems.”; Conference Paper presentato al “DRUID Academy conference 2012”, Cambridge 19 – 21 Gennaio 2012.
  • “Frey, M. and Squillace R., (2010) Wind power industry in Italy: state and competitiveness factors. An adjusted diamond model approach, ECONOMIA DELLE FONTI DI ENERGIA E DELL’AMBIENTE, Year: 2010 Issue: 3 Language: EN.
  • Squillace (2003), “Environmental and innovative policies for a sustainable management of the environmental impacts in the industrial districts. Case study: the Solofra district”. Final Dissertation for the degree in Business Administration, University of Tor Vergata, Roma (Italy), July 2003.
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