CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT STUDIES


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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
1 issues per year , ISSN 2704-8462 , ISSNe 2723-9098

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The need to optimize the use of public funding, especially those destined for research, in recent years appears increasingly oriented to the introduction of transparent disclosure and compliance mechanisms, capable of reducing information asymmetries and opportunistic attitudes arising from the evident fragmentation in progress in the complex system of management and reporting of public funding assigned to research. In this perspective, the aim of the journal is to collect contributions and studies on corporate governance and compliance mechanisms in the management and reporting systems of public funding for research and development.
In particular, the journal intends to represent an "ideal place" for multi-meta-disciplinary discussion between the world of academic research and the business world, with reference to issues such as: best practices in corporate governance systems; disclosure mechanisms and compliance systems in research and development projects aimed at facilitating collaboration and compliance with the rules between companies and institutions; engagement processes in public / private relationships; systems and ethical codes of conduct in the management of public funding for R&D aimed at defining good management practices; public finance to support research, innovation and competitiveness.
The journal aims to disseminate these issues to the academic community, the world of applied research and corporate governance consultancy, economic operators, professional and representative associations, institutions. The journal is organized with a scientific and an editorial committee, consists of national and international experts and academics. An annual issue and a special issue every two years are planned.

Scientific board: Barile Sergio - Sapienza Università di Roma, Bianconi Fabio - Senior Consulting, Castaldo Angelo - Sapienza Università di Roma, Ciasullo Maria - Università degli Studi di Salerno, De Renzi Roberto - Phd Senior consulting, Ferrara Olimpia - SRM San Paolo IMI, Ferri Maria Antonella - Universitas Mercatorum Genco Pietro - Università degli Studi di Genova, Ginsberg Ari - NYU Stern, Golinelli Gaetano Maria - Sapienza Università di Roma, Kostyuk Alexander - Kristianstad University (Sweden), Kuckertz Andreas - Hohenheim University, La Torre Mario - Sapienza Università di Roma, Lepore Luigi - Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope", Marino Vittoria - Università degli Studi di Salerno, Masia Maria Pia - Phd Senior consulting, Mastroberardino Piero - Università di Foggia, Mateus Cesario - Aalborg University, Denmark, Miglietta Angelo - IULM Milano, Morvillo Alfonso - IRISS CNR, Mozghovyi Yaroslav - Sumy State University, Paolone Francesco - LUISS Guido Carli, Pisano Sabrina - Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope", Polese Francesco - Università degli Studi di Salerno, Profumo Giorgia - Università degli studi di Genova, Renzi Antonio - Sapienza Università di Roma, Sancetta Giuseppe - Sapienza Università di Roma, Schiavone Francesco - Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope", Sciarelli Mauro - Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Simone Cristina - Sapienza Università di Roma, Surace Francesco - Senior consulting
Editorial board: Alvino Federico - Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope", Capalbo Francesco - Università del Molise, Cucari Nicola - Sapienza Università di Roma, Esposito De Falco Salvatore - Sapienza Università di Roma, Fimmanò Francesco - Università degli studi del Molise, Penco Lara - Università degli Studi di Genova, Ugolini Marta - Università di Verona, Vargas Sanchez Alfonso - University of Huelva, Yamak Sibel - University of Wolverhampton, Zattoni Alessandro - LUISS University

Editorial staff: Biancospino Antonio, Via Pietro Colletta, 12 ‒ 80139 Napoli. Tel. 081.18814471/081.5934234 www.riformed.it ; e-mail: rivista@riformed.it

The journal uses a double blind peer review process, the reviewers are chosen based on their specific competence. The article will be sent anonymously to avoid possible influences due to the author's name. The editor may decide do not submit the article to any referee, as it is deemed irrelevant, or non-rigorous, or not responding to adequate scientific standards. Judges of referees will be sent to the author even in case of a negative response. The journal will also use the articles by invitation procedure

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Issue Suppl. 1/2019 Special Issue Best practice and future trends in Corporate Governance


Nicola Cucari, La Corporate Governance: alla ricerca di un equilibrio tra l’accademia e i practitioners (La Corporate Governance: alla ricerca di un equilibrio tra l’accademia e i practitioners)
Fabio Bianconi, Francesco Surace, Nuove tendenze di Corporate Governance e best practice: dove stiamo andando? (Nuove tendenze di Corporate Governance e best practice: dove stiamo andando?)
Bernardino Quattrociocchi, Silvia Sergiacomi, Francesco Mercuri, The influence of corporate board on non-financial disclosure according to the main organizational theories (The influence of corporate board on non-financial disclosure according to the main organizational theories)
Sabrina Bruno, The World Economic Forum Principles on “Climate Governance on Corporate Boards”: can soft law help to face climate change around the world? (The World Economic Forum Principles on “Climate Governance on Corporate Boards”: can soft law help to face climate change around the world?)
Antonella Guida, Il say on pay in Italia: alcune riflessioni in vista del recepimento della direttiva SRD II (Say on pay in Italy: a few reflections in view of the adoption of the SRD II Directive)
Francesco Navarrini, "Do we need boards at all?": prospettive di intelligenza artificiale nei consigli d’amministrazione ("Do we need boards at all?": perspectives of artificial intelligence on boards of directors)


Issue 1/2019 


Salvatore Esposito De Falco, Editoriale
Alessandro Zattoni, The evolution of corporate governance in Italy: formal convergence or path-dependence?
Piero Mastroberardino, Giuseppe Calabrese, Corporate Governance in Family Firms: towards a model based on Degree of Institutionalization (DI), Structuring Change (SC) and Destructuring Change (RC)
Ivana Quinto, Giuseppe Scandurra, Antonio Thomas, Internal Resources and Stakeholders Engagement Affecting Environmental Innovations: An Exploratory Research.
Francesco Fimmanò, Lo sviluppo del Mezzogiorno: dall'intervento straordinario alla strategia euromediterranea


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