More than others, the hospitality sector has suffered the most immediate repercussions of the pandemic. The measures for transmission containment that were prompted by the government and the fear of travelling that has spread internationally have stopped any event, conference, convention, sports league, and have drastically driving down tourism for both business and leisure. How do hospitality leaders improvise resilience in practice while facing the shock caused by Covid-19?
Robert Schütze explains his recent research on the possibility to “re-constitute” EU internal market, analysing its historical evolution, in order to understand if we are moving towards a Common Law of International Trade.
Maria Savona explains her paper on how different models assessing climate change integrate aspects of structural change that are crucial to understand the complexity of how the economy affects the environment.
Over the last five years, the increase in usability and popularity of text and image analytics (aka, text and image mining) methods has grown exponentially. In fact, recent business literature has dedicated several step-by-step guides in marketing, management, retailing and business in general, that should help researchers to use unstructured data for business insight. Francisco Villarroel Ordenes explain why it is important understanding the key objectives and methods to implement text and image mining.
How to motivate employees is a timeless issue in managerial practice. Classic distinctions between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation and how they can be addressed are well-known. But what about other facets of motivation?
Ilham Kadri’s speech to the Luiss Inauguration Ceremony 2020-21.
Funmi Olonisakin’s speech to the Luiss Inauguration Ceremony 2020-21
An interview with Giuseppe Melis about the blacklist of non-cooperative third country jurisdictions adopted by the European Union in 2016.
“Structured management practices include for example, quality checks and reducing defect rates, hiring and firing based on performance, and tracking and achieving targets of production. Firms who follow these practices have higher profitability, higher innovation rates and lower rates of exit”. An interview with Megha Patnaik
The political path forward for Giuseppe Conte is getting narrower. If the States General for the economy have helped the government get through the summer, many political and economic problems will arise for Conte in the autumn, when it will be necessary to decide on the 2021 budget. A SoG monthly report.
Many of the changes that mark contemporary societies have increasingly been linked to the ways by which computing and communication technologies have and continue to become integrated into the lives of people. An analysis about the control of data
“It seems that the more EU authority expands, the more the democratic legitimacy of the Union is in trouble”. The analysis by Daniele Gallo and Cristina Fasone
Tourism has been “locked down” everywhere and is still suffering dramatically from recent circumstances and the pandemia that has developed worldwide. An analysis by Pierpaolo D’Urso, Alberto Marcati and Riccardo Massari.
an Analysis by Bendik Bygstad, Federica Ceci and Paolo Spagnoletti about the Online Black Markets, anonymous e-commerce platforms that connect buyers and vendors interested in the exchange of illegal products and services.
“The EU perspective of a new, deeper and broader, idea of reciprocity opens the door to new understandings of trade’s cultural impact, on the one hand, and, on the other, on multiple and various forms of cooperation reviving multilateralism by new ways”. An Analysis by Mario Telò about the Europe trade policy and multilateralism
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced organizations to change the way they work. An analysis by Antonio Daood and Luca Giustiniano about the new way of thinking “People, Technology, and Processes”.