STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI

STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI

International Journal of Organizational Action Research

2 issue per year, ISSN 0391-8769 , ISSNe 1972-4969

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Studi organizzativi - International Journal of Organizational Action Research is a scientific journal born in 1969, directed by Federico Butera, Raffaella Cagliano and Marcello Martinez, delivered by a multidisciplinary Editorial Board coordinated by Edoardo Della Torre, and supported by a prestigious International Advisory Board. The journal publishes scientific articles and essays based on empirical research and case studies. The distinctive competence is the analysis of the "society of organizations", whether they may be large, medium, or small companies, business networks, systems of regional economy, central and local public administrations, non-profit organizations. Particular attention is dedicated to action research, to research about new organizational forms and employment relations, and to methodologies for planning and managing organizational change. The journal consists of two main sections. The first section, subject to double-blind peer review, publishes scientific articles resulting from organizational research developed in the various disciplinary areas (economics, sociology, psychology, political science, law, engineering, management). The second section offers invited scholarly essays, documents, and empirical materials, including projects, interviews, and book reviews. The journal audience includes academics, scholars, entrepreneurs, executives, and professionals who stay at the frontier of organizational innovation. Studi Organizzativi - International Journal of Organizational Action Research is above all a journal about persons in organizations: the person is the foundation of the organization, the organization in turn creates the conditions for the integral development of persons in democratic societies.

Editors-in-Chief: Federico Butera (Emerito Università di Milano Bicocca e Roma Sapienza), Raffaella Cagliano (Politecnico di Milano), Marcello Martinez (Università della Campania).
Associate Editor-in-Chief: Edoardo Della Torre (Università di Bergamo)
Associate Editors Rita Bissola (Università Cattolica di Milano), Attila Bruni (Università di Trento), Filomena Canterino (Politecnico di Milano), Luisa De Vita (Università Sapienza di Roma), Maria Laura Frigotto (Università di Trento), Luca Garavaglia (Università Piemonte Orientale), Marco Guerci (Università di Milano), Michela Loi (Università di Cagliari), Sara Lombardi (Università di Firenze), Giovanna Lo Nigro (Università di Palermo), Fabrizio Montanari (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Annalisa Murgia (Università di Milano), Caterina Muzzi (Università di Brescia), Ivana Pais (Università Cattolica di Milano), Laura Lucia Parolin (University of Southern Denmark), Mario Pezzillo Iacono (Università della Campania), Daniel Pittino (Università di Udine e Jonkoping University), Paolo Rossi (Università di Milano Bicocca), Francesco Seghezzi (Università di Modena), Lia Tirabeni (Università di Milano Bicocca), Alessandra Tognazzo (Università di Padova), Francesco Virili (Università di Sassari).
Editorial Assistants: Giuseppe Ercolino (Università di Trento), Alessia Gritti (Università di Bergamo).
International Advisory Board: Fernando Alberti (LIUC), Vito Albino (Politecnico di Bari), Giovanni Azzone (Politecnico di Milano), Sebastiano Bagnara (Uninettuno), Stephen Barley (University of California), Emilio Bartezzaghi (Politecnico di Milano), Mario Benassi (Università di Milano), Umberto Bertelè (Politecnico di Milano), Giuseppe Bonazzi (Università di Torino), Vittorio Coda (Università Bocconi Milano), Giovanni Costa (Università di Padova), Nicola Costantino (Politecnico di Bari), Michael Cusumano (MIT Sloan School of Management), Adriano De Maio (Politecnico di Milano), Maurizio Decastri (Università di Roma Tor Vergata), Domenico De Masi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Giorgio De Michelis (Università di Milano Bicocca), Giuseppe Delmestri (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Alberto De Toni (Università di Udine), Gianfranco Dioguardi (Politecnico di Bari), Ehrard Friedberg (Sciences Po Paris), Patrick Le Gales (Sciences Po Paris), Silvia Gherardi (Università di Trento), Anna Grandori (Università Bocconi Milano), Horst Kern (Universität Göttingen), Michele La Rosa (Università di Bologna), Bruno Lamborghini (Università Cattolica di Milano), Luca Lanzalaco (Università di Macerata), Paolo Legrenzi (Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia), Richard Locke (Brown University), Giovanni Lorenzoni (Università di Bologna), Ray Loveridge (Cardiff Business School), Gianluigi Mangia (Università Federico II di Napoli), Marco Marzano (Università di Bergamo), Serafino Negrelli (Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca), Davide Nicolini (Warwick Business School), Ikujro Nonaka (Hitotsubashi University), Pietro Panzarasa (Queen Mary University of London), Gerardo Patriotta (Warwick Business School), Giovanni Perrone (Università di Palermo), Charles Perrow (Yale University), Paolo Perulli (Università del Piemonte Orientale), Angelo Pichierri (Università di Torino), Gianfranco Rebora (LIUC), Enzo Rullani (Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia), Giulio Sapelli (Università di Milano), Rocco Sciarrone (Università di Torino), Luigi Maria Sicca (Università Federico II di Napoli), Richard Scott (Stanford University), Alessandro Sinatra (LIUC), Luca Solari (Università di Milano), Riccardo Varaldo (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), Pierre Veltz (Sciences Po Paris), Karl E. Weick (University of Michigan), Andrea Zanoni (Università di Bologna), Cristina Zucchermaglio (Sapienza Università di Roma).

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This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity. Authors have to remove any identifying information, including author names, from file names and to ensure document properties are also anonymised. The journal thanks the referees* who provided their contribution in the blind referencing process: Alberta Andreotti, Alessia Berni, Lavinia Bifulco, Claudio Biscaro, Rita Bissola, Cristina Boari, Paolo Canonico, Vincenzo Cavaliere, Enrico Ciciotti, Sabrina Colombo, Ernesto De Nito, Edoardo Della Torre, Giuseppe Delmestri, Primiano Di Nauta, Vincenza Esposito, Santi Furnari, Rosita Garzi, Martina Gianecchini, Antonio Giangreco, Silvia Gilardi, Mara Gorli, Paolo Landri, Sara Lombardi, Roberto Lusardi, Dario Minervini, Lorenzo Mizzau, Valentina Pacetti, Barbara Pentimalli, Mario Pezzillo Iacono, Daniel Pittino, Paolo Rossi, Anna Chiara Scapolan, Giuseppe Scaratti, Davide Secchi, Massimiliano Tarozzi. *This list is drawn up with the names of the referees involved starting from 2014

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Issue 1/2022

Essays - Sezione saggi e ricerche

Invited contributions - Sezione progetti e politiche organizzative

Interviews and book reviews - Interviste e recensioni