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Fiorenza Belussi obtained her PhD in 1993, from Spru, Science Policy Research Unit (University of Sussex, United Kingdom). Since 2010 Fiorenza Belussi is Full Professor. She has participated at several international projects financed by the EU (DGXII- ADAPT, TSER), UNIDO, CNR, the Italian Ministry of Scientific Research, 7° program 2007-8, Interreg IIIC, 7° program 2009-10: ICaTSEM- Institutional change and trajectories of socio-economic development modes, Smart-spec (2013-2016). Her areas of interest include:
a) Management of innovation and creativity, creative industries, theoretical models on innovation diffusion through gatekeepers; studies of open innovation, local systems of innovation;
b) International business and the impact of globalisation on local economies.
She has published more than 170 articles and book chapters. Among others, she has published in: International Journal of Technology Management, Futures, European Planning Studies, Research Policy, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Urban Studies, Industry & Innovation, Regional Studies, and numerous other Italian Journals.
F. Belussi e S. Sedita (2012), Industrial districts as open learning systems: combining emergent and deliberate knowledge structures, Regional Studies, 46,2, p. 165-184.
Belussi F., S. Sedita, Sammarra A (2010), Learning at the boundaries in an “Open Regional Innovation System”: A focus on firms’ innovation strategies in the Emilia Romagna life science industry, Research Policy, vol. 39, n.6, p. 710-21.
Belussi F., S. Sedita and Fiscato G. (2011), What Lies Beneath the Internationalization of Firms in a Regional Innovation System?, Advances in International Management, edited by T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi, volume 24, p. 299-326.
Belussi F. and S. Sedita (2010), Managing the fragmented value chain of global business: exploitative and explorative offshoring towards emerging market economies, Advances in International Management, edited by T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi, vol. 23, p. 399-429.
Belussi F. e Sedita S (2010), The evolution of the district model: ‘reverse relocation’ and the case of the leather-tanning district of Arzignano, ERIEP, European Review of Industrial Economics and Policy, n.1, 15 juillet, on line since 28 avril 2010,
Belussi F and K. Caldari (2009), At the origin of the Industrial District: Alfred Marshall and the Cambridge School, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 33, 335–355.
F. Belussi e S. Sedita (2009), Life cycle vs. multiple path dependency in industrial districts, European Planning Studies, 17, 4, April, p. 505-28.
Belussi F. and Caloffi A. (2013), The footwear industry in Turkey and in Italy, EU SHOEcoll project report, e-book, decon.unipd.it. p.1-189.
Belussi F., L. De Propis (2013), Ch. 21 They are Industrial Districts, but Not As We Know Them!, in, Philip McCann, Frank Giarratani and Geoff Hewings, (eds.), Handbook of Economic Geography and Industry Studies, Elgar Cheltenham, forthcoming.
Belussi F. (2012), voce: Economia della cultura, Dizionario di Economia e Finanza, Enciclopedia Treccani, Milano.
Belussi F., U. Staber (2012), (Eds.) Managing Networks of Creativity, New York, Routledge, p. 1-378.
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