Courses a.y. 2022/2023
30193 MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AND SUPRANATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
30341 MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
40061 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS
Courses previous a.y.
I am Assistant Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences at Bocconi University, faculty affiliate at Centre for Research on Health and Social Care Management (CERGAS), honorary senior research associate at UCL School of Management, and affiliated member at the Research Center for Work, Technology and Organization at Emlyon Business School.
I hold a PhD in Management Studies from Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, a MSc in Economics and Management of Public Administrations and International Institutions from Bocconi University.
Bocconi Research Excellence Award (2021, 2020)
Bocconi Innovation in Teaching Award (2018)
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Summer Institute on Organizations and their Effectiveness, Stanford University (2018)
ABCD (Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) Award - Organization and Management Theory Division (OMT), Academy of Management (2017, 2015, 2012);
European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) Best Student Paper Award (2012);
Best Young Researcher Award, Italian Health Economics Association (2012).
ERB Member: Organization Studies, Strategic Organization
I am a social scientist with an interdisciplinary interest in organization theory, public policy and administration, and health care research. I study dynamics of collaboration and change in sectors of public interest, in contexts characterized by ambiguous or competing pressures. In particular, I focus on three research domains: (i) collaborative governance and public-private collaboration; (ii) ambiguity in and around organizations; (iii) institutional dynamics, novel technologies and professions.
Social control agents and the evolving definition of wrongdoing: the case of the gray area around the Mafia. Forthcoming.
Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 2023
Ambiguity in organization theory: from intrinsic to strategic perspectives
Protocol for a qualitative study to explore acceptability, barriers, and facilitators of the implementation of new teleophthalmology technologies between community optometry practices and hospital eye services
BMJ OPEN, 2022
Maintaining strategic ambiguity for protection: struggles over opacity, equivocality and absurdity around the Sicilian Mafia
ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol. 64, No. 1, 1-37, 2021
Enhancing methodological reporting in public administration: the functional equivalents framework
AMERICAN REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 50 (8), 2020
In the land of sand and oil: how the macrofoundations of a tribal society shape the implementation of public–private partnerships
Macrofoundations: exploring the institutionally situated nature of activity, 68, 2021
From logic acceptance to logic rejection: the process of destabilization in hybrid organizations
ORGANIZATION SCIENCE, 31 (2), 2020
Cross-level coordination among international organizations: dilemmas and practices
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 96 (4), 2018
Ethnography in public management research: a systematic review and future directions
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 20 (1), 2017
PPPs in health and social services: a performance measurement perspective
PUBLIC MONEY & MANAGEMENT, 37 (6), 2017
The intellectual structure of research into PPPS: abibliometric analysis.
PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 13 (6), 2011
Diffusion of medical technology:The role of financing
HEALTH POLICY, 100 (1), 2011
Institutional public private partnerships for core health services: Evidence from Italy
BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 11, 2011
Funding of Health Technologies in decentralized system: A Comparison between Italy and Spain
Health Policy, 92 (2), 2009