Born April 16th, 1974. Degree in Economics from Università Bocconi. Master of Science in Science and Technology Policy, from SPRU, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. PhD in Economics and Management of Innovation, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Studi Universitari e Perfezionamento, Pisa.
Bocconi Lecturer in Applied Economics. Research fellow at CRIOS (Center for Research in Innovation, Organization and Strategy), Università Bocconi, Milan.
Economics of innovation, industrial economics, Innovation and industrial dynamics in the ICT sector and in services, green innovations and sustainable development.
Corrocher, N. and Lasio, L. (2013), “Diversification strategies in network-based services: The case of mobile virtual network operators”, Telecommunications Policy. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bbr.2011.03.031
Corrocher, N., Cusmano, L. and Lenzi, C. (2013), “Patterns of entrepreneurship in knowledge-intensive business services: empirical evidence from a sample of Italian firms”. Industry and Innovation 6, 563-584.
Cecere, G. and Corrocher, N. (2013), “The Intensity of Interregional Cooperation in Information and Communication Technology Projects: An Empirical Analysis of the Framework Programme”, Regional Studies. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2012.759651.
Corrocher, N. (2013), “The development of short message services: Standard organizations as engines of innovations”, Revue Economique, 64(1), 149-163.
Corrocher, N. and Cusmano, L. (2012), “Are KIBS a real engine of growth for regional innovation systems? Empirical evidence from European regions”, Regional Studies. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2012.731045
Cecere, G., Corrocher, N. and Scarica, F. (2012), “When pirates buy digital music online: An empirical analysis on a sample of college students”, Economics Bulletin, 34(2), 2955-2968.
Cecere, G. and Corrocher, N., (2012) “The usage of VoIP services and other communications services: An empirical analysis of Italian consumers”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79(3), 570-578.
Cecere, G. and Corrocher, N., (2011), “The intensity of VoIP usage in Great Britain: users' characteristics and firms' strategies”, Telecommunications Policy 35(6), 522-531.
Corrocher, N. (2011), "The adoption of Web 2.0 applications: an empirical investigation", Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78, 547-558.
Corrocher, N. and Zirulia, L. (2010), "Switching costs, consumers’ heterogeneity and price discrimination in the mobile communications industry", Journal of Economics, 101(2), 149-167.
Corrocher, N. and Zirulia, L. (2010), “Demand and Innovation in services: the case of Mobile Communications”, Research Policy 39, 945-955.
Corrocher, N. and Guerzoni, M. (2009), "Product variety and price strategy in the ski manufacturing industry", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 19(4), 471-486.
Corrocher, N., Cusmano, L. and Morrison, A. (2009), "Modes of innovation in knowledge-intensive business services: Evidence from Lombardy", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 19(2), 173-196.
Corrocher, N. and Zirulia, L. (2009), "Me and you and everyone we know: An empirical analysis of local network effects in mobile communications", Telecommunications Policy, 33, 68-79.
Cassi, L., Corrocher, N., Malerba, F., Vonortas, N. (2008), "The impact of EU-funded research networks on knowledge diffusion at the regional level", Research Evaluation, 17(4), 283-293.
Cassi, L., Corrocher, N., Malerba, F. and Vonortas, N. (2008), "Research Networks as Infrastructure for Knowledge Diffusion in European Regions", Economics of Innovations and New Technologies, 17(7-8), 633-676.
Corrocher, N. and Fontana, F. (2008), "Expectations, Network Effects and Timing of Technology Adoption: Some Empirical Evidence from a Sample of SMEs in Italy", Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal, 4 425-441.
Corrocher, N. and Fontana, R., (2008), "Objectives, obstacles and drivers of ICT adoption. What do IT managers perceive?", Information Economics and Policy, 20(3), 229-242.
Corrocher, N. and Fontana, R. (2008), "Determinanti dell’adozione di standard per reti locali: evidenza empirica su un campione di imprese in Italia". L'Industria, 1, 15-36.
Battaggion, M.R., Corrocher, N. and Zirulia, L. (2007), "Abolizione del contributo di ricarica nella telefonia mobile: i consumatori ci guadagnano?", Consumatori, Diritto, Mercato, 2, 102-110.
Corrocher, N., Malerba, F., and Montobbio, F. (2007), "Schumpeterian Patterns of Innovative Activity in the ICT Field", Research Policy, 36(3), 418-432.
Battaggion, M.R., Corrocher, N. and Zirulia, L. (2006), "Telefonia mobile e costi di ricarica: un dibattito aperto", Economia e Politica Industriale, 4, 197-216.
Corrocher, N. (2006), "Internet adoption in Italian banks: An empirical investigation", Research Policy, 35(4), 533-544.
Canato, A. and Corrocher, N. (2004), “Information and communication technology: organisational challenges for Italian banks”, Accounting Business and Financial History, 14(3), 355-370.
Corrocher, N., Malerba, F, and Montobbio, F. (2003), “How do New Technologies Emerge? A Patent-Based Analysis of ICT-related New Industrial Activities”, Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 5(2-3), 234-256.
Corrocher, N. (2003), “L'industria dei servizi Internet: dinamiche settoriali di innovazione in Italia e nel Regno Unito”, L’industria, 2, 249-279.
Battaggion, M.R. and Corrocher, N. (2003) "Scambio di informazioni e intese: approccio giuridico e implicazioni economiche", Economia e Politica Industriale, 118, 155-179.
Corrocher, N. (2003), “The diffusion of Internet telephony among consumers and firms: current issues and future prospects”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 70, 525– 544.
Battaggion, M.R. e Corrocher, N. (2003) “Dal distretto industriale al distretto virtuale: il caso di Biella”, Economia e Politica Industriale, 117, 159-172.
Corrocher, N. (2002), “The adoption of Internet banking in Italy: some empirical evidence”, Economia e Politica Industriale, 113, pp.223-238.
Corrocher, N. e Ordanini, A. (2002), “Measuring the digital divide: A framework for the analysis of cross-countries differences”, Journal of Information Technology, 17, 9-19.