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Nicola Misani
Docente Ricercatore
Dipartimento di Management e Tecnologia

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Insegnamenti a.a. 2017/2018


Note biografiche

Laureato in Economia aziendale presso l'Università Bocconi (1991). Laureato in Filosofia presso l'Università Statale di Milano (2001). PhD in Management Sciences presso l'Università Radboud di Nijmegen (2017).

Curriculum Accademico

Ricercatore confermato di Economia e gestione delle imprese.

Aree di interesse scientifico

Sostenibilità di impresa, Responsabilità sociale, Strategia, Internazionalizzazione delle imprese.

Pubblicazioni principali

G. Lojacono, N. Misani, and S. Tallman, 2017, “Offshoring, local market entry, and the strategic context of cross-border alliances: The impact on the governance mode”, International Business Review, 26(3), pp. 435-447.

B. Del Bosco and N. Misani, 2016, “The effect of cross-listing on the environmental, social, and governance performance of firms”, Journal of World Business, 51(6), pp. 977-990.

N. Misani, M. Buongiorno, & V. Buzzi, 2016. “Boards, underwriter reputation, and underpricing in IPO markets: An investigation of the effects of the directors’ human and social capital”, Rivista dei Dottori Commercialisti, 57(2), pp. 209-234.

N. Misani and P. Varacca Capello (eds.), 2016. Le collezioni nella moda: la gestione dei processi dal designer al cliente, Milan (IT): Egea.

N. Misani and S. Pogutz, 2015, “Unraveling the effects of environmental outcomes and processes on financial performance: A non-linear approach”, Ecological Economics, 109(1), pp. 150-160.

N. Misani, 2012. “Il governo dell’impresa”, in F. Perrini, Management - Economia e gestione delle imprese, EGEA, Milan.

B. Del Bosco and N. Misani, 2011. “Keeping the enemies close: the contribution of corporate social responsibility to reducing crime against the firm”, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 27(1), pp. 87-98.

B. Del Bosco and N. Misani, 2011. “Private equity as an emerging asset class of responsible investment: Perspectives from agency and resource-based theories” in W. Vandekerckhove, J. Leys, K. Alm, B. Scholtens, S. Signori, & H. Schäfer (eds.), Responsible Investment in Times of Turmoil, Berlin (DE): Springer, pp. 113-134.

F. Perrini, S. Castaldo, N. Misani, and A. Tencati, 2010. “The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Associations on Trust in Organic Products Marketed by Mainstream Retailers: A Study of Italian Consumers”, Business Strategy and the Environment, vol. 19(8), pp. 512-526.

N. Misani, 2010. “The convergence of corporate social responsibility practices”, Management Research Review, vol. 33(7), pp. 734-748.

F. Perrini, S. Castaldo, N. Misani, and A. Tencati, 2010. “The Relationship Between Corporate Responsibility and Brand Loyalty in Retailing: the Mediating Role of Trust”, in C. Smith, C.B. Bhattacharya, D. Vogel, and D. Levine (eds.), Global Challenges in Responsible Business: Corporate Responsibility and Strategy, Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press, pp. 191-214.

N. Misani, 2010. “La corporate governance e le acquisizioni: la scalata di Porsche a Volkswagen”, in I. Dagnino, N. Misani, and D. Montemerlo (eds.), Economia aziendale e gestione delle imprese. Casi ed esercizi, EGEA, Milan, pp. 89-107.

N. Misani, 2010. “Convergent and Divergent Corporate Social Responsibility” in C. Louche, S.O. Idowu, & W.L. Filho (eds.), Innovative Corporate Social Responsibility: From risk management to value creation, Sheffield (UK): Greenleaf Publishing, pp. 62-83.

S. Castaldo, F. Perrini, N. Misani, and A. Tencati, 2009. “Corporate social responsibility in the retailing industry: A trust-based model of its effects on consumer behaviour with regard to organic food”, Finanza, Marketing e Produzione, vol. 27(2), pp. 50-64.

S. Castaldo, F. Perrini, N. Misani, and A. Tencati, 2009. “The missing link between corporate social responsibility and consumer trust: the case of Fair Trade products”, Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 84 (19), pp. 1-15.

S. Pivato, N. Misani, and A. Tencati, 2008. “The impact of corporate social responsibility on consumer trust”, Business Ethics: A European Review, vol. 17(1), pp. 3-13.