Giuliano Sansone

Giuliano Sansone
Prague University of Economics and Business | VŠE · Department of Entrepreneurship

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Introduction
I am an Assistant Professor at Prague University of Economics and Business. I hold a Ph.D. in Management from Politecnico di Torino and I was a visiting Ph.D. Student at the MIT Sloan under the supervision of Fiona Murray in 2018 Have a look at my Website to see my research activities: https://giulianosansone.wordpress.com/
Additional affiliations
February 2021 - May 2021
Prague University of Economics and Business
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Research on Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation
February 2020 - January 2021
Politecnico di Torino
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Research on entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial intention, incubators, accelerators and social innovation
February 2018 - July 2018
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Position
  • PhD visiting student
Education
January 2016 - May 2016
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Field of study
  • Management Engineering
December 2014 - October 2016
Politecnico di Torino
Field of study
  • Management Engineering
September 2010 - December 2014
Politecnico di Torino
Field of study
  • Management Engineering

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Publications (13)
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Science and Technology Parks (STPs) are key elements of the infrastructure supporting the growth of today's global knowledge economy. STPs create environments that foster collaboration, innovation, and entrepreneurship, and provide innovation services to support new technology-based firms in their activities. However, despite the extensive research...
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Although a great deal of attention has been paid to entrepreneurship education, only a few studies have analysed the impact of extra-curricular entrepreneurial activities on students’ entrepreneurial intention. The aim of this study is to fill this gap by exploring the role played by Student-Led Entrepreneurial Organizations (SLEOs) in shaping the...
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New ventures depend on the capability of entrepreneurs to transform an idea or a technology into a successful company. The literature on entrepreneurship has recognized that Entrepreneurship Education (EE) plays a key role in this process, but the literature on academic spinoffs has focused on other determinants (e.g., Technology Transfer Offices -...
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Questo volume si propone quale spazio aperto alla riflessione e alla discussione per dar voce ad un dibattito tanto attuale quanto ancora troppo spesso rimandato: il modello educativo/formativo universitario del prossimo futuro. Un modello che quanto mai oggi deve essere in grado di conoscere le proprie risorse e le proprie tempistiche per attivare...
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This paper defines and analyses incubators that mainly support start-ups with a significant social impact. In 2016, a survey was conducted on the 162 incubators active in Italy, and a total of 88 responses were received. An analysis of the literature and of this dataset led to the identification of three types of incubators: Business, Mixed, and So...
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Purpose Entrepreneurship Education (EE) is increasing throughout the world. In 2012, the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) financed Contamination Labs (CLabs), which are laboratories that are aimed at developing entrepreneurial mindsets in all university students. This study analyses the entrepreneurial learning process...
Chapter
This chapter aims to contribute to the debate related to entrepreneurship education (EE) within Italian universities. Specifically, it investigates the strategic role of the Italian Contamination Labs (CLabs) created inside some public universities and financed by the MIUR (Italian Ministry of University and Research) as innovative laboratories aim...
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Interest in offering Entrepreneurship Education (EE) to all kinds of university students is increasing. Therefore, universities are increasing the number of entrepreneurship courses intended for students from different fields of study and with different education levels. Through a single case study of the Contamination Lab of Turin (CLabTo), we sug...
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Venture philanthropy organisations (VPOs) help social enterprises (SEs) to achieve social impact and economic sustainability. This paper aims at explaining why VPOs invest in SEs and how they select their investments. It is based on the case study of an international VPO: danone.communities. Our findings show that VPOs provide SEs with financial an...
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Entrepreneurship education can increase student’s entrepreneurial skills and intention; and entrepreneurship activities stimulate economic growth. Therefore, the number of entrepreneurship courses is increasing, but they are often offered to students from a specific field of study and/or to only one educational level, even though multidisciplinarit...
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Vibrant entrepreneurship ecosystems have developed within the CLUSTER Consortium universities with significant contributions to European and global startups and entrepreneurial initiatives. CLUSTER is a consortium of 12 top engineering and technology universities in Europe and the E4T Erasmus plus project develops interactive programs for our stude...
Research
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Un fenomeno di grande attualità e rilevanza, che sta attirando sempre maggiore attenzione all'interno degli ecosistemi imprenditoriali a livello internazionale è rappresentato dalle start-up create da studenti universitari o neo-laureati. Questo fenomeno sta diventando sempre più frequente e rilevante anche in Italia, sebbene rimanga ancora poco st...

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Projects (2)
Project
E4T is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership including KTH Royal Institute of Technology (coordinator), Aalto University (co-coordinator), Trinity College Dublin, TU Darmstadt, Politecnico di Torino, Instituto Superior Técnico Lisboa, and KU Leuven. The project will last 3 years, from 2018 to 2020, and its overall objective is to provide more graduates in engineering with entrepreneurial ambition, culture, and skills. Website: https://sites.google.com/view/entrepreneurship-e4t/home
Archived project
This project aims to investigate the relationship existing between creation new venture and entrepreneurship education by analyzing the effects of different methods of teaching entrepreneurship at university. The key hypotheses are that the practical teaching methods have a positive impact on US academic spinoffs. This problem is quantitatively tackled using a sample of roughly 80 US universities. Qualitative and quantitative analyses are also used to identify different university policies in support of entrepreneurship. Implications of this work are straightforward, providing insights for practitioners, policy makers, scholars, and entrepreneurs through the contribution to international entrepreneurship literature.