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STEFANO PRESTINI

STEFANO PRESTINI

Courses a.y. 2022/2023

11725 DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
11727 MARKET STRATEGY & PLANNING
12098 MARKET RESEARCH IN THE ARTS
20756 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
30015 MARKETING
30499 DIGITAL MARKETING LAB
30585 COMMUNICATION AND ADVERTISING LAB

Biographical note

I am Lecturer at the Marketing Department. I hold my PhD in Management and Innovation at Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy.
I coordinate the specialized Master’s in Marketing and Communication (MiMeC) at Bocconi University.


Research interests

Advertising, art and luxury contamination, consumer culture theory, LGBTQ+ studies, luxury shopping experience and digital marketing


Working papers

Prestini, Stefano; D. Scarpi; L. Devereux
The efficacy of same- and different-gender depictions in advertising.


Prestini, Stefano; Borghini, Stefania
The role of toys in the construction of children’s gender identity.


Prestini, Stefano; L. Colm; P. Mion dalle Carbonare
The involvement of Philanthropic Givers in the Decision-Making Process of Art’s Rediscovery.


Selected Publications

Prestini, Stefano; R. Sebastiani
Embracing consumer ambivalence in the luxury shopping experience.
Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 1-26., 2021

Prestini, Stefano; M. Visentin; A.m. Tuan
Love or hate? Analyzing the intention to maintain or diminish the hotel-OTA digital service relationship.
Industrial Marketing Management, 28-40., 2021

Prestini, Stefano; L. Colm
Innovating Luxury Service Experiences through E-Service scapes.
Developing Successful Global Strategies for Marketing Luxury Brands (pp. 119-138). IGI Global., 2021

Prestini, Stefano; R. Kottasz
Segmenting for arts marketing: the mistake of adopting useless criteria.
2021

Prestini, Stefano; D. Scarpi; G. Pizzi
Dub or sub: effects of dubbing versus subtitling on TV advertising efficacy.
Italian Journal of Marketing, 189-206., 2020

Prestini, Stefano; Rurale, Andrea
Trussardi Art and Fashion: a long distance relationship?
The art of fashion synergies, contaminations, and hybridizations between fashion brands and art (pp. 63-87). Palgrave Macmillan., 2020