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MARIO AMORE

MARIO AMORE
Associate Professor
Dipartimento di Management e Tecnologia

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Insegnamenti a.a. 2020/2021

11140 FAMILY BUSINESS
30060 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE / MANAGEMENT
30276 FAMILY BUSINESS STRATEGIES
40371 ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS FOR BUSINESS STUDIES
40434 PhD SEMINAR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT - Management Curriculum
40435 PhD SEMINAR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT - Marketing Curriculum

Insegnamenti a.a. precedenti


Note biografiche

Mario Daniele Amore ha conseguito il PhD in Economia e Management presso la Copenhagen Business School e la Laurea Specialistica in Discipline Economiche e Sociali presso l'Università Bocconi


Curriculum Accademico

Associate Professor presso Università Bocconi


Aree di interesse scientifico

Corporate Governance, Family Firms, Corporate Finance, Behavioral Economics, Environmental Economics, Strategy


Pubblicazioni



PUBBLICAZIONI SELEZIONATE

Failing to Learn from Failure: How Optimism Impedes Entrepreneurial Innovation (with Orsola Garofalo, Victor Martin-Sanchez). Organization Science, forthcoming

CEO Education and Corporate Environmental Footprint (with Morten Bennedsen, Birthe Larsen, Philip Rosenbaum). Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2019), 94: 254-73

The Courage to Choose: Primogeniture and Leadership Succession in Family Firms (with Andrea Calabrò, Alessandro Minichilli, Marina Brogi). Strategic Management Journal (2018), 39: 2014-35

Local Political Uncertainty, Family Ownership and Investment Behavior (with Alessandro Minichilli). Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (2018), 53: 1-24

Corporate Governance and Green Innovation (with Morten Bennedsen). Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2016), 75: 54–72

Gender Interactions within the Family Firm (with Orsola Garofalo, Alessandro Minichilli). Management Science (2014), 60: 1083-97

The Value of Local Political Connections in a Low-Corruption Environment (with Morten Bennedsen). Journal of Financial Economics(2013), 110: 387-402