LUISS

Francesco Rullani

ENGLISH

Francesco Rullani is Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome (IT). He has been Assistant Professor in Management and Economics of Innovation at Copenhagen Business School (DK) and member of the Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics (DRUID). He has worked for Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei (IT), and received his PhD from LEM at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (IT). He has been visiting fellow at Stanford University (USA) and Bocconi University (IT). His research focuses on organization of self-organizing groups of actors. In particular, the dynamics of the leadership, the incentives behind construction of new projects, the strategies used to manage resource in self-organizing communities, are among the key issues he has been interested in. Francesco has explored these themes in the field of free/open source software, employing mainly quantitative techniques applied to large databases, but also theoretical elaboration and formal modeling. His research has been published in journal such as Strategic Management Journal, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, and International Journal of Industrial Organization. He has presented his work in several seminars, for instance at Imperial College and Cass Business School (UK), ETH Zurich (SW), Bocconi University (IT), KU Leuven (BG), and in meetings such as Academy of Management Meeting (AoM), Organization Science Winter Conference, Consortium for Competitiveness and Cooperation (CCC), and DRUID/Scancor Conference on Distributed Innovation at Stanford.

ITALIANO

Dopo essermi laureato in Economia Politica all’università Ca’Foscari di Venezia, ho lavorato come junior research alla Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei di Milano, per poi iniziare un dottorato in Economics and Management alla Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa. Dopo aver trascorso un periodo di visiting sia all’estero (Stanford University, USA) che in Italia (Università Commerciale Bocconi) ho conseguito il dottorato con la testi dal titolo “Incentives, Organization and Sustainability of an Open System of Innovation. ‘Unzipping’ the Free/Libre/Open Source Software Case”. Avendo vinto una borsa di studio finanziata dalla Fondazione IRI, mi sono quindi trasferito alla Copenhagen Business School dove ho svolto un periodo di post-doc e sono stato successivamente assunto con il titolo di Assistant Professor in Management and Economics of Innovation. Attualmente sono Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation all’Università LUISS Guido Carli.

I miei studi si incentrano sulle implicazioni organizzative, strategiche e manageriali dell’adozione di modelli di produzione di conoscenza aperti.

I risultati di questi studi sono stati pubblicati su libri e riviste sia italiane (per esempio, Sinergie) sia internazionali (tra gli altri, Strategic Management Journal, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, e International Journal of Industrial Organization), e sono stati presentati a numerose conferenze e seminari nazionali (ad esempio, all’Università Bocconi, all’Università di Padova, di Trento, di Salerno, ad AIDEA, al convegno di Sinergie) e internazionali (all’Imperial College e alla Cass Business School, a ETH Zurich, e a KU Leuven, e poi all’Academy of Management Meeting – AoM, all’European Academy of Management Conference e alla DRUID/Scancor Conference on Distributed Innovation at Stanford).

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