Journal Articles

G. Gavetti, C. Helfat, L. Marengo (2017), “Searching, Shaping, and the Quest for Superior Performance“, Strategy Science, vol. 2, pp. 194-209.

G. Dosi, L. Marengo, E. Paraskevopoulou, M. Valente (2017), “A model of cognitive and operational memory of organizations in changing worlds“, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 41, pp. 775-806.

G.Dosi, M. Grazzi, L. Marengo, S. Settepanella (2016), “Production theory: accounting for firm heterogeneity and technical change“, Journal of Industrial Economics, vol. 64, pp. 875-907.

A. Delfino, L. Marengo and M. Ploner (2016), ” I did it your way: An experimental investigation of peer effects  in investment choices“, Journal of Economic Psychology, vol. 54, pp. 113-123.

L. Marengo and P. Zeppini (2016), “The arrival of the new”, Journal of Evolutionay Economics, vol. 26, pp. 171-194.

L. Marengo (2015),” Representation, search and the evolution of routines in problem solving“, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 24, pp. 951-980.

G. Dosi and L. Marengo (2015), “The dynamics of organizational structures and performances under diverging distributions of knowledge and different power structures“, Journal of Institutional Economics, vol. 11, pp. 535-559.

S. Settepanella, G. Dosi, M. Grazzi, L. Marengo, F. Ponchio (2015), “A discrete geometric approach to heterogeneity and production theory“, Evolutionary and Institutional Economic Review, vol. 12, pp. 223-234.

G. Amendola,  L. Marengo, D. Pirino, S. Settepanella, A. Takemura (2015), “Decidability in complex social choices“, Evolutionary and Institutional Economic Review, vol. 12, pp. 141-168.

Marengo, L. and S. Settepanella (2014), “Social choice among complex objects”, Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa – Classe di Scienze, vol. 13, pp. 1039-1064.

L. Marengo and C. Pasquali (2012), “How to get what you want when you do not know what you want. A model of incentives, organizational structure and learning”, Organization Science, vol. 23, pp. 1298-1310.

Marengo, L., C. Pasquali, M. Valente and G. Dosi (2012), “Appropriability, Patents, and Rates of Innovation in Complex Products Industries”, Economics of Innovation and New Technologies, vol. 21, pp. 753-773.

Koski, H., Marengo, L. and I. Makinen (2012), “Firm size, managerial practices and innovativeness: some evidence from Finnish manufacturing”, International Journal of Technology Management, vol. 59, pp. 92-115.

L. Marengo and C. Pasquali (2011), “The construction of choice: A computational voting model”, Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination , vol. 6,  pp. 139-156.

Dosi, G., M. Faillo, L. Marengo and D. Moschella, (2011), “Toward Formal Representations of Search Processes and Routines in Organizational Problem Solving: An Assessment of the State-of-the-Art”, Seoul Journal of Economics, vol.24, pp. 247-286.

L. Marengo and C. Pasquali (2010), “The construction of choice: A computational voting model”, Economics Bulletin, vol. 30, pp. 3077-87.

L. Marengo and M. Valente (2010), “Industry dynamics with product innovation: An evolutionary model”, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, vol. 21, pp. 5-16.

Dosi, G., M. Faillo and L. Marengo, (2008), “Organizational Capabilities, Patterns of Knowledge Accumulation and Governance Structures in Business Firms: An Introduction”, Organization Studies, vol.29, pp. 1165-1185.

Brusoni, S, L. Marengo, A. Prencipe and M. Valente (2007), “The value and cost of modularity: A cognitive perspective”, European Management Review, vol. 4, pp. 121-132.

Dosi, G. and L. Marengo (2007), “On the Evolutionary and Behavioral Theories of Organizations: A Tentative Roadmap”, Organization Science, vol. 18, pp. 491-502.

Dosi, G., L. Marengo and C. Pasquali (2007), “Knowledge, competition and innovation: Is strong IPR protection really needed for more and better innovations?”, Michigan Telecommunication and Technology Law Review, vol. 13, n. 2, pp. 471-485.

Dosi, G., L. Marengo and C. Pasquali (2006), “How much should society fuel the greed of innovators? On the relations between appropriability, opportunities and rates of innovation”, Research Policy, vol. 35, pp. 1110-1121.

Marengo, L. and G. Dosi (2005), “Division of Labor, Organizational Coordination and Market Mechanisms in Collective Problem-Solving”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 58, 2005,  pp. 303-326.

Fagiolo, G., L. Marengo and M. Valente (2004), “Endogenous Networks in Random Population Games”, Mathematical Population Studies, vol. 11, pp.121-147.

Fagiolo, G., L. Marengo and M. Valente (2004), “Population learning in a model with random payoff landscapes and endogenous networks, Computational Economics, vol. 24, pp. 383-408.

Dosi, G., D. Levinthal and L. Marengo (2003), “Bridging contested terrain: linking incentive-based and learning perspectives on organizational evolution”, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 12, pp. 413-436.

Marengo, L., G. Dosi, P. Legrenzi and C. Pasquali (2000), “The Structure of Problem-solving Knowledge and the Structure of Organizations”, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 9, , pp.757-788.

Lazaric, N., Marengo, L. (2000), “Towards a Characterization of Assets and Knowledge Created in Technological Agreements: Some evidence from the automobile-robotics sector”, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 9, pp. 53-86.

Dosi G., Marengo L., Bassanini A., Valente M. (1999), “Norms as Emergent Properties of Adaptive Learning: The case of economic routines”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, vol. 9, pp. 5-26.

Marengo L., Willinger M. (1997), “Alternative methodologies for modelling evolutionary dynamics: Introduction”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, vol. 4, pp. 331-338.

Cohen M., Burkhart R., Dosi G., Egidi M., Marengo L., Warglien M., Winter S. (1996), “Routines and Other Recurring Action Patterns of Organizations: Contemporary Research Issues”, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 5, pp.653-698.

Beltrametti L., Fiorentini R., Marengo L., Tamborini R. (1997), “A Learning-to-Forecast Experiment on the Foreign Exchange Market with a Classifier System”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol. 21, pp. 1543-1575.

Marengo L., Tordjman H. (1996), “Speculation, Heterogeneity and Learning: A Model of Exchange Rate Dynamics”, KYKLOS, vol. 49, pp. 407-438.

Beltrametti L., Marengo L., Tamborini R. (1996), “Un esperimento di apprendimento nel mercato valutario con un agente artificiale”, Economia Politica, vol. 13, pp. 353-387.

Malerba F., Marengo L. (1995), “Competence, Innovative Activities and Economic Performance in Italian High-Technology Firms”, International Journal of Technology Management, vol. 10, pp. 96-112.

Marengo L. (1992), “Coordination and Organizational Learning in the Firm”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, vol. 2, pp. 313-326.


Book Chapters

Dosi G., Faillo M., Cecchini Manara V., Marengo L. and D. Moschella (2018), “The formalization of organizational capabilities and learning:  Results and challenges“, in D. J. Teece and S. Heaton (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Dynamic Capabilities, Oxford University Press.

Levinthal D. and L. Marengo (2013), “Simulation modelling and business strategy research“, The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management.

Dosi, G., L. Marengo and M. Faillo (2007), “Problem-solving and governance in the capability-based view of the firm: The roles and theoretical representation of organizational routines”, in M. Becker (ed.), Handbook of Organizational Routines , Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 107-121.

Marengo L. (2005), “Organization of the firm”, chap. 7 in J. Lesourne, A. Orléan and B. Walliser (eds), Evolutionary Micro-economics , Berlin, Springer, pp. 203-235.

Marengo L., Pasquali C. and Valente M. (2005), “Decomposability and modularity of economic interactions”, in W. Callebaut and D. Rasskin-Gutman (eds), Modularity: Understanding the Development and Evolution of Complex Natural Systems, The Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology , Cambridge MA, MIT Press, pp. 835-897.

Dosi G., Marengo L., e Fagiolo G. (2005), “Learning in Evolutionary Environments”, in K. Dopfer (ed.), The Evolutionary Foundations of Economics , Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 255-328.

Fagiolo, G., L. Marengo and M. Valente (2004), “Formazione endogena di reti in giochi di popolazione casuali”, in D. Delli Gatti and M. Gallegati (eds), Eterogeneità degli agenti economici e interazione sociale: teorie e verifiche empiriche , Bologna, Il Mulino, collana della Società Italiana degli Economisti.

Egidi M. and Marengo L. (2003), Near-Decomposability, organization and Evolution: Some Notes on Herbert Simon’s Contribution, in M. Augier e J.G. March (eds), Models of a Man: Essays in Memory of Herbert A. Simon , Cambridge MA, MIT Press, pp. 335-350.

Marengo L. (2003), “Problem Complexity and Problem Representation: some implications for the theory of economic institutions”, in S. Rizzello (ed.), Cognitive Developments in Economics , Dordrecht, Routledge, pp. 371-388.

Dosi G., Hobday M. and Marengo L. (2003), “Problem-Solving Behaviors, Organizational Forms and the Complexity of Tasks”, in C.E. Helfat (ed.) The Blackwell/strategic Management Society Handbook of Organizational Capabilities: Emergence, Development and Change , Oxford, Blackwell, pp. 167-192.

Dosi G., Marengo L. (2000), ” On the tangled discourse between Transaction Costs Economics and Competence-Based Views of the Firm”, in N. Foss and V. Mahnke (eds), Competence, Governance and Entrepreneurship , Oxford University Press, pp. 80-92.

Cohendet P., Llerena P. and Marengo L. (2000), ” Is there a Pilot in the Evolutionary Firm?”, in N. Foss and V. Mahnke (eds), Competence, Governance and Entrepreneurship , Oxford University Press, pp. 95-115.

Dosi G., Fagiolo G. and Marengo L. (2001), “On the Dynamics of Cognition and Actions”, in A. Nicita and U. Pagano (eds), The Evolution of Economic Diversity , Routledge, pp. 164-196.

Dosi G. and Marengo L. (1999), ” On the co-evolution of technological knowledge and corporate organisations.”, in A. Gambardella and F. Malerba (eds), The organization of Economic Innovation in Europe , Cambridge University Press, pp. 15-23.

Frenken K., Marengo L. and Valente M. (1999), “Interdependencies, nearly-decomposability and adaptation” in Th. Brenner (eds), Computational Techniques for Modelling Learning in Economics , Kluwer Academics, pp.145-165.

Dosi G., Marengo L. and Fagiolo G. (1998), “Modelli ed evidenza empirica su quel poco che sappiamo dell’apprendimento in mondi che cambiano”, in A. Vercelli (ed.), Incertezza, Razionalità e Decisioni Economiche , Bologna, Il Mulino, pp. 79-102.

Marengo L. (1998), “Knowledge Distribution and Coordination in Organizations”, in N. Lazaric and E. Lorenz (eds), Trust and Economic Learning , Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 227-246.

Pasquali C. and Marengo L. (1997), “Concurrency and the Logic of Economic Organization”, in R. Conte, R. Hegselmann and P. Terna (eds), Simulating Social Phenomena , Berlin, Springer Verlag, pp. 311-317.

Dosi G., Marengo L., Bassanini A. and Valente M. (1997), “Les Normes comme Propriétés Emergentes d’un Apprentissage Adaptif”, in B. Reynaud (ed.), Les limites de la rationalité , Ed. La Découverte, Paris, pp. 45-59 .

Marengo L. (1996), “Structure, Competence and Learning in an Adaptive Model of the Firm”, in G. Dosi and F. Malerba (eds), Organization and Strategy in the Evolution of the Enterprise , London, Macmillan, pp. 124-154.

Egidi M. and Marengo L. (1995), “Division of Labour and Social Coordination Modes”, in G.N. Gilbert e R. Conte (eds), Artificial societies: the computer simulation of social life , Londra, UCL Press, pp. 40-58.

Marengo L. (1995), “Apprentissage, Compétences et Coordination dans les Organizations”, in N. Lazaric e J.-M. Monnier (eds), Coordination Economique et Apprentissage des Firmes , Economica, Paris, pp. 3-22.

Dosi G. and Marengo L. (1995), “Toward a Theory of Organizational Competencies”, in R.W. England (ed), Evolutionary Concepts in Contemporary Economics , Michigan University Press, pp. 157-178.


Al fine di migliorare la tua esperienza di navigazione, questo sito utilizza i cookie di profilazione di terze parti. Chiudendo questo banner o accedendo ad un qualunque elemento sottostante acconsenti all’uso dei cookie.