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INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
Cristina Marullo print

 EDUCATION BACKGROUND

  • Since October 2012: PhD student in “Management: innovation, services and sustainability” at Sant’Anna School, Pisa (Italy).
  • Since October 2008 to September 2011: PhD student in “EGISL” at University of Florence;
  • February 2001: B.Sc. in “Economics and Commerce” (110 cum laude) at University of Florence (Italy). Thesis: “Theory of the firm and organizational relations in digital markets. A theorical and empirical framework”
 
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • March 2001 - Present: Researcher at Ufficio Studi Unioncamere Toscana, Florence Italy
 
WORKSHOP AND SEMINARS
  • September 2011: XXXII Regional Science Italian Conference (AISRe), Turin, (Italy)
  • September 2008: ”. XXIX Regional Science Italian Conference (AISRe), Bari, Italy.
 
PUBLICATIONS:
  • Marullo C. Perugi R. (2012) “Innovazione, competitività e performance delle imprese toscane: alcune considerazioni sul modello di sviluppo regionale.” XXXIII Regional Science Italian Conference (AISRe), Rome, Italy.
  • Marullo C. Perugi R. (2011) “High tech e territorio. Il ruolo delle città nelle dinamiche di localizzazione delle imprese ad alta tecnologia.” XXXII Regional Science Italian Conference (AISRe), Turin, Italy.
  • Marullo C, Patrono A, Perugi R. Primiceri L. (2008) “Metodologie per l'individuazione dei settori high tech: il caso della Toscana”. XXIX Regional Science Italian Conference (AISRe), Bari, Italy. http://econpapers.repec.org/paper/ssewpaper/200902.htm
  • Bellandi M. Marullo C. (2002) “Il rapporto controverso fra ICT e tessile pratese: evidenze e spunti di riflessione” Economia e Politica industriale n. 3-2002 
 
RESEARCH FIELDS AND INTERESTS 
  • My research interests focus on evolutionary theory of the firm and new emerging models of industrial organization. Also studying high-tech firms and their role in regional development.
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