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Panel Track

BUSINESS MODELS FOR  Sustainability

 

Track Chair:

Arturo Capasso

University of Sannio (Italy)

Only a few years ago, in the business and academic literature, the word “sustainability” referred mainly to the environment. Today the meaning of the expression encompass a host of issues beyond resource utilization, including fairness, transparency, and equity. Business models committed only to shareholder value maximization are becoming more and more unsustainable because the value creation processes are increasingly based on intangible assets, shared between the firm and other relevant stakeholders, whose legitimate claims have to be fulfilled in order to preserve relevant competitive advantages.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Friday 24 - Room "Nerea" - 14,30 pm - 19,00 pm

  • The management of innovation in the wine business - Piergiorgio Re, Elisa Giacosa, Chiara Giachino, Margherita Stupino (University of Turin, Italy);

  • Strategy development, sustainable growth and enterprise viability over time. An empirical test of the Abell Model in railway transport sector - Maria Antonella Ferri (Universitas Mercatorum, Italy) & Maria Menshikova (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy);

  • Network contracts: organizational models and performance of inter-firm relationship - Riccardo Tiscini, Laura Martiniello (Universitas Mercatorum, Italy), Corrado Martone (Tagliacarne Institute, Italy);

  • Strategic control of agro-industrial cooperatives: A strategic map proposal - Reginaldo Barreiros (Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Brazil), Roberto Proti (Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil), Luiz Carlos Duclós, Vilmar Moreira (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil);

  • Sustainability in Agribusiness Co-operatives: The co-occurrence of control and collaboration and the role of relational ambivalence - Theo Benos, Nikos Kalogeras, Ko de Ruyter, Martin Wetzels (Maastricht University, The Netherlands);

  • Product versus Process Innovation and Firms’ Global Engagement - Yong Joon Jang & Hea-Jung Hyun (Kyung Hee University, Korea);

  • Modeling the sustainability of crowdfunding platforms - Paolo Spagnoletti, Luigi De Bernardis (LUISS Guido Carli, Italy), Antonio Leva, Genesia Mascaro (Brain Cooperation, Italy);

  • Innovative start-ups and equity crowdfunding - Raffaele Trequattrini, Giuseppe Russo, Rosa Lombardi (University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy);

  • Rethinking Corporate Boundaries - Press Melea (University of Bath, UK);

  • Alliances and Sustainability in Agricultural Small and Medium Enterprises - Mauro Sciarelli & Mario Tani (University of Naples Federico II, Italy).