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Family Firms Confirmed to Be More Resilient

Family Firms Confirmed to Be More Resilient

by Emanuele Elli

During the pandemic, family business shares had a performance eight percentage points higher, according to a study by Amore, Quarato and Pelucco  

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When MNEs Export Social Responsibility

When MNEs Export Social Responsibility

by Fabio Todesco

In order to meet increasing demands for responsibility, multinational enterprises (MNEs) need to make sure that the practices they adopt are actually implemented in their units. Anne Jacqueminet, in an article in Organization Science, finds that a unit's values play a great role and that there is a strong imitation effect of other units' behavior  

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Bouncing Back Stronger Than Ever

Bouncing Back Stronger Than Ever

by Fabio Todesco

The champions of post traumatic growth are often family firms, according to research by Salvato, Minichilli, Amore and Sargiacomo  

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Morning Knowledge /11. Succession

Morning Knowledge /11. Succession

by Fabio Todesco

Post succession family firm performance is 39% higher when a subsequent born sibling is at the helm, two Bocconi University scholars discover  

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Morning Knowledge /1. Career

Morning Knowledge /1. Career

by Fabio Todesco

In the first installment of the series on keywords from sciences taught at Bocconi, Silvia Bagdadli explains how individuals can still be the makers of their own success  

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Clicking for Management: The Launch of SDA Bocconi Insight

Clicking for Management: The Launch of SDA Bocconi Insight

by Ezio Renda

Published by the School of Management, the new magazine is an outlet for content produced by SDA Bocconi faculty and community  

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How Rankings Disrupt Cooperation and How Managers Can Restore It

How Rankings Disrupt Cooperation and How Managers Can Restore It

by Fabio Todesco

In an experiment, Cassandra Chambers observed that the introduction of performance rankings dramatically disrupts cooperation in groups. But simply supplying groups with information about their members' rates of cooperation could largely offset this negative effect  

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News

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  • Predicting Behavior in a Pandemic

    Jerome Adda is investigating a key element in implementing policies that minimize the infection  

  • At Bocconi, with the Econometric Society, the Largest Ever Online Congress of Economists

    From 17 to 21 August, 2,500 participants will discuss all the current topics in economics, with 1,300 scientific presentations and speeches by Nobel Laureates Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee  

  • Measuring European Attitudes on Complying With Health Policies

    Bocconi, with CERSAS and COVID Crisis Lab, is part of a project launched by the Hamburg Center for Health Economics  

  • Long Term Effects of Government Response to COVID

    Oreste Pollicino supervises a research project comparing 60 countries  

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  • Brown Bag Seminar with Elica Krasteva

    Elica Krasteva (Università Bocconi)  

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  • Accounting Department Seminar with A.Huang

      Allen Huang (HKUST)   Registration   Note that Zoom registration is required – this can be done before the seminar date by clicking on the Registration link.  

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  • When the Markets Get CO.VI.D.: COntagion, VIruses, and Information Diffusion

    Max Croce, Bocconi University

    Meeting Room 2.e4.sr03 - Via Roentgen, 1

  • Accounting Department Seminar with T.J. Wong

    T.J. Wong (USC Marshall)   Registration   Note that Zoom registration is required – this can be done before the seminar date by clicking on the Registration link.

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