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Stronger Than Covid19

Stronger Than Covid19

by Carlo Salvato

Resources, organizational processes capable of anticipating crises and procedures to respond to them. These are the three factors that determine the resilience of a company and make it possible not only to overcome the crisis but, in some cases, also attain posttraumatic growth  

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The Impact of Economic Shocks on Our Minds

The Impact of Economic Shocks on Our Minds

by Italo Colantone

A study negatively correlates mental wellbeing with the effects of globalization and in particular the exposure of one's sector of employment to international competition. A looming threat to our mental health that places a burden on the national health system and is fast worsening with the Covid19 crisis  

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The Electric Mobility Revolution

The Electric Mobility Revolution

by Oliviero Baccelli

Innovation and sustainability are at the heart of new initiatives in public transit. Focusing on services as well  

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When Food Is an Icon

When Food Is an Icon

by Guia Beatrice Pirotti

Quality, experience, service: three moves to successfully export (and import) food beverage brands in Italy  

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Sustainable Urban Development. Tracing the Threads of Complexity

Sustainable Urban Development. Tracing the Threads of Complexity

by Aura Bertoni

Expressing the complexity of human societies in a sustainable way is one of the challenges of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. A challenge that can be won by creating urban regeneration projects that address the interconnected economic, social, environmental, institutional and physical issues of each specific area  

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Trump's Diversion Game

Trump's Diversion Game

by Catherine E. De Vries

Shift public attention away from managing the pandemic and its economic consequences onto social issues that inflame public opinion such as the Black Lives Matter movement. This is the strategy of the American president during this election campaign, a strategy that he carries out by firing off tweets  

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Non Performing Credit Causes Healthy Credit to Vanish

Non Performing Credit Causes Healthy Credit to Vanish

by Brunella Bruno

The amount of nonperforming loans held by European banks must be contained and reduced because they can cause a credit crunch. Especially now that the economic situation is getting difficult  

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How Many Seats Does Your Party Have? It Depends on the Type of Voter

How Many Seats Does Your Party Have? It Depends on the Type of Voter

by Lanny Martin

In parliamentary systems with coalition governments, bargaining is the norm. Each party tries to achieve the most visible result in the eyes of its (unwitting) electorate. And to do so it must compromise on other fronts  

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Retailoring Your Brand Legacy

Retailoring Your Brand Legacy

by Emanuela Prandelli

Acquiring a historic brand with the aim of relaunching does not mean distorting its history. It means creating a new storytelling that projects it into a different future around a new community of consumers to win over using every channel available  

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The Legacy of Protest Movements

The Legacy of Protest Movements

by Fabrizio Perretti

Whether they win or lose, activist groups can still act as triggers for new and more generalized disputes or become a model of organization and participation to fight for other causes  

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American Elections: How Much They Count in International Politics

American Elections: How Much They Count in International Politics

by Massimo Morelli

The foreign policy of the United States, on which the president has ample decisionmaking powers, is uninfluential over the course and in the outcome of the electoral campaign, but it can determine international relations. Even when, as in the case of Donald Trump, this is guided by disengagement and the America First principle  

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Long Live the King?

Long Live the King?

by Marlene Jugl

Political scientists and analysts have long been trying to understand which conditions have guaranteed the survival of a handful of absolute monarchies in Asia, Africa and above all the Arabian Peninsula. The least imperfect explanation is linked to the size of the country they govern  

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Negotiating with People? It's a Matter of Reading Their Emotions

Negotiating with People? It's a Matter of Reading Their Emotions

by M. Picozzi (SDA Bocconi Fellow and Forensic Psychiatrist) and L. Caporarello (SDA Professor of Negotiation Practice)

Born from historic failure, the study of negotiation looks at personalities of actors to formulate bargaining strategies  

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