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CARLO SALVATO

CARLO SALVATO
Professore Ordinario
Dipartimento di Management e Tecnologia

Insegnamenti a.a. 2019/2020

20480 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT E CORPORATE STRATEGY - MODULO II (CORPORATE STRATEGY) / PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND CORPORATE STRATEGY - MODULE II (CORPORATE STRATEGY)
30276 FAMILY BUSINESS STRATEGIES
30492 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NEW BUSINESS STARTUP
30521 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
40048 ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Insegnamenti a.a. precedenti


Note biografiche

Nato il 2 settembre 1968. Laureato in Economia aziendale presso l'Università Bocconi. PhD in Economia aziendale e management presso l'Università Bocconi. PhD in Entrepreneurship and management presso la Jönköping International Business School, Svezia.


Curriculum Accademico

  • Professore Ordinario di Strategia aziendale.
  • Direttore del Corso di Laurea in Economia Aziendale e Management (CLEAM, triennale) dal 2013.
  • Direttore del corso di laurea in Management (M-LS, specialistica) dal 2005 al 2010.
  • Vice-Chair, Family Firm Institute, 2017-2019
  • Chair della Entrepreneurship Division della Academy of management fino al 2016.
  • Ricercatore presso l'Università Carlo Cattaneo di Castellanza fino al 2004.
  • Visiting scholar presso la Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, dal 2001 al 2003.

Aree di interesse scientifico

Strategia e Management delle imprese familiari. Competenze aziendali e Routine organizzative


Pubblicazioni



PUBBLICAZIONI SELEZIONATE
  • Salvato, C. & Rerup, C. (2018). Routine Regulation: Balancing conflicting goals in organizational routines. Administrative Science Quarterly, 63(1): 170-209.
  • Chirico, F., Salvato, C., Byrne, B. M., Akhteer, N., & Múzquiz, J. A. (2018). Commitment escalation to a failing family business. Journal of Small Business management, 56(3): 494-512.
  • Salvato, C., Reuer, J. & Battigalli, P. (2017). Cooperation across disciplines: A multilevel perspective on cooperative behavior in governing interfirm relations. Academy of Management Annals, 11(2): 960-1004.
  • Salvato, C., & Vassolo, R. (2017). The sources of dynamism in dynamic capabilities. Strategic Management Journal (“New theory in strategic management” Special Issue), in press: 1-25 (DOI: 10.1002/smj.2703)
  • Castellaneta, F., & Salvato, C. (2017). Culminating events and time working together in top management teams: Insights from private equity. Long Range Planning, in press: 1-16 (DOI: 10.1016/j.lrp.2017.08.006).
  • Chirico, F., & Salvato, C. (2016). Knowledge internalization and product development in family firms: When relational and affective factors matter. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 40(1): 201-229.
  • Salvato, C., & Corbetta, G. (2013). Transitional leadership of advisors as a facilitator of successors’ leadership construction. Family Business Review, 26(3): 235-255.
  • Salvato, C. Minichilli, A., & Piccarreta, R. (2012). Career dynamics of CEOs in family and nonfamily firms. An optimal matching analysis. Family Business Review, 25(2): 206-224.
  • Salvato, C., & Rerup C. (2011). Beyond collective entities: Multilevel research on organizational routines and capabilities. Journal of Management, 37(2): 468-490.
  • Salvato, C. (2009). Capabilities unveiled. The role of ordinary activities in the evolution of product development processes. Organization Science, 20(2): 384–409.
  • Zahra, S., Hayton, J., & Salvato, C. (2004). Entrepreneurship in family vs. non-family firms: A resource-based analysis of the effect of organizational culture. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 28(4): 363-381.
  • Corbetta, G., & Salvato, C. (2004). Self-serving or self-actualizing? Models of man and agency costs in different types of family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 28(4): 355-362.
  • Salvato, C. (2003). The role of micro-strategies in the engineering of firm evolution. Journal of Management Studies, 40(1): 83-108.