Born January 13th, 1970. Degree in Economics from the Università di Urbino. PhD in corporate management (Università Politecnica delle Marche).
Associate professor of Economic Policy. Post-doc fellow at MERIT, University of Maastricht (2000-2002), visiting Scholar at SIEPR (Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research) at Stanford University (2003 and 2005), and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (2003). Visiting professor at Boston University a.y. 2015-2016. She is a CRIOS research fellow (Bocconi University).
Economics and policy of innovation. Mechanisms and role of knowledge spillovers.
2015. “It’s a Man’s Job. Income and the Gender Gap in Industrial Research” (with Karin Hoisl), Management Science, accepted for publication Sept. 2015
2014. “Learning to Be Edison: Inventors, Organizations, and Breakthrough Inventions” (with R. Conti and A. Gambardella), Organization Science, 25(3), pp. 833-849
2014. “The relationship between knowledge sourcing and fear of imitation” (with M. Giarratana), Strategic Management Journal, 35(8), pp. 1144-1163
2013. When Distance Disappears: Inventors, Education, and the Locus of Knowledge Spillovers (with P. Giuri), The Review of Economics and Statistics, 95(2) pp. 449-463
2009. How ‘Provincial’ is your Region? Openness and Regional Performance in Europe (with A. Gambardella and S. Torrisi), Regional Studies, 43(7), pp. 935-947
2007. "Stacking and picking inventions: The patenting behavior of European inventors (with M. Romanelli), Research Policy, 36(8), pp 1128-1142
2007. Inventors and Invention Processes in Europe. Results from the PatVal-EU survey(with Giuri P., Brusoni S., Crespi G., Francoz D., Gambardella A., Garcia-Fontes W., Geuna A., Gonzales R., Harhoff D., Hoisl K., Lebas C., Luzzi A., Magazzini L., Nesta L., Nomaler O., Palomeras N., Patel P., Romanelli M., Verspagen B., Research Policy, 36(8), pp 1107-1127
2007. Innovazione tecnologica e apertura delle regioni europee come determinanti della produttività del lavoro: un’analisi empirica (with S. Torrisi), Economia e Politica Industriale, 34(1), pp. 75-101
2004. What Determines Technological Hits? Geography vs firm competencies, Research Policy, Vol 33 (10), pp. 1565-1582
2002. Next to Production or to Technological Clusters? The Economics and Management of R&D Location, Journal of Management and Governance, Vol 6 (2), pp. 131-152