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The streaming revolution

The streaming revolution

by Paola Cillo

An innovation that has pushed producers to vary their music repertoire  

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Quantum computing is a future promise

Quantum computing is a future promise

by Camillo Papini

At present it cannot be considered a disruptive innovation, but research and development continue  

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Skype? Has it exhausted its innnovative reach

Skype? Has it exhausted its innnovative reach

by Camillo Papini

Pandemic also brought with it the demise of the platform, now no longer the leader in video calling  

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Smart working? Would Flexible be better

Smart working? Would Flexible be better

by Camillo Papini

It's one of the most disruptive innovations in work organization, explains Rossella Cappetta. But it needs to be managed and, most importantly, evaluation systems need to be changed  

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Study (and work) with Your Joystick

Study (and work) with Your Joystick

by Leonardo Caporarello, Director of BUILT

Stimulating interest and engagement using gaming techniques is a growing phenomenon: in the education sector alone the market today is worth about 800 million dollars and in 2028 it is expected to have a value of about 6.5 billion. But the debate on its effectiveness in learning is still open and depends on the real ability to review teaching methods and to keep up with changes  

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The Ecological Transition of the Home

The Ecological Transition of the Home

by Edoardo Croci, Annamaria Bagaini, Tania Molteni

According to the Renovation wave strategy, 275 billion euros per year of additional investments in the construction sector are needed to achieve the EU 2030 objectives. To simplify and to coordinate the various stakeholders, socalled OneStopShops are being imposed  

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The Deadly Plot. Like Laocoon's Serpents

The Deadly Plot. Like Laocoon's Serpents

by Donato Masciandaro

The toxic effect on the economy of the link between corruption and money laundering is all the more harmful because it unfolds in three successive stages: trigger, multiplier and accelerator. When implementing anticorruption and antimoney laundering regulations, it is essential to be aware of this  

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The Influencer's Tone of Voice

The Influencer's Tone of Voice

by Anwesha De e Beth Fossen

The limits of collaboration strategies between brands and social media stars. And how to overcome them  

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Why It Is Time for a European Debt Agency

Why It Is Time for a European Debt Agency

by Massimo Amato, Associate Professor of Economic History, and Carlo A. Favero, Deutsche Bank Chair in Asset Pricing and Quantitative Finance

e2 trillion in interest payments is how much would have been saved by the eurozone governments if such an institution had been set up at the same time as the euro was introduced.  

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To Grow or Not to Grow. That is the Question.

To Grow or Not to Grow. That is the Question.

by Claudia Imperatore, Assistant Professor of Accounting

The fear of losing control of the family business slows both investment and raising new capital. An ongoing study demonstrates the effectiveness of the introduction of TVRs, voting rights based on the ownership of shares, and provides important indications to regulators who are discussing the adoption of CEMs, mechanisms for strengthening control  

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Check to Narcissus

Check to Narcissus

by Miles Gietzmann, Full Professor of Accounting

A study shows that shareholders voted against CEOs who displayed narcissistic attitudes during the pandemic by not cutting their own salaries in response to the pain felt by their companies  

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Starting from the Next Generation's Values to Build a New World

Starting from the Next Generation's Values to Build a New World

by Gianmario Verona

The editorial by Rector Gianmario Verona that opens the new issue of the university magazine, via Sarfatti 25  

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The Weight of the Relation

The Weight of the Relation

by Alessandro Iorio

The personal relationship established between monitor and supervisee can be a doubleedged sword in terms of the quality of accounting controls. For this reason, a study suggests the compulsory rotation of corporate auditors, so as to reduce auditing malpractice resulting from unethical behavior fueled by captive relationships  

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