ALFONSO GAMBARDELLA is Professor of Corporate Management at the Università Bocconi, Milan.
He obtained his PhD in 1991 from the Department of Economics of Stanford University. His research focuses on technological innovation and its impact on corporate strategy, industry structure and economic growth.
He published in leading international journals of management and economics, like Management Science, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Industrial Economics, Research Policy, Industrial & Corporate Change, Journal of Development Economics.
Along with other books, Markets for Technology (with Ashish Arora e Andrea Fosfuri, MIT Press) is widely cited. He is co-editor of Strategic Management Journal, Program Chair of the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the US Academy of Management and Dean of the PhD School of Bocconi University. His website is www.alfonsogambardella.it
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