Laura Schina

Laura Schina
Università del Salento | Unisalento · Department of Engineering for Innovation - CORE Lab research group

Economics

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Cultural events are an important driver of socio-cultural-economic transformation. The growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has affected the ways in which people can play an active role in cultural event management and urban planning. This work proposes a methodological approach that identifies the key elements for building b...
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Cultural events are an important driver of socio-cultural-economic transformation. The growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has affected the ways in which people can play an active role in cultural event management and urban planning. This work proposes a methodological approach that identifies the key elements for building b...
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Entering the professional domain through open data and cooperation activities. Universities are used to open their doors and offer to the students the opportunity to study entrepreneurship. Most of the four-year schools already offer classes or degrees in entrepreneurial studies and the state’s two-year colleges are also developing certification p...
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Cultural events are an important driver of socio-cultural-economic transformation. The growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has affected the ways in which people can play an active role in cultural event management and urban planning. This work proposes a methodological approach that identifies the key elements for building b...
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This paper aims to show a case of process innovation, based on the design and development of an ICT platform named “DiCeT Archeo”, based on the Rudiae Archaeological Site located in Lecce (Italy). The main purpose of the study is to bring process innovation within the Cultural Heritage Lifecycle, focusing on cultural resources with a significant ec...
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Cultural heritage is a complex and interconnected ecosystem requiring innovative methods and techniques to facilitate its management and valorization. From these assumptions, our research proposes a new, integrated and networked approach based on a three-level case study belonging to the archaeological context. In detail, the approach defines the l...
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Cities are restless systems. Increasing urbanisation and the cumulative growth of urban management issues are pressing local governments to provide valuable services. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are established as drivers of this new wave of change in the redefinition of the relationship between the city and its citizens. Smar...
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Currently, Virtual Reality (VR) systems give industries in different domains the possibility to interact with and work into a simulated environment in order to improve their processes, efficiency and effectiveness, fast introducing new products in the market in a cost effective way. The fundamental idea is to identify the main applications of Virtu...
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The Cultural Heritage has gained high value in the development of territorial strategies. In this aim new planning processes could be able to face the informational asymmetry due to the existence of unstructured data, lack of standardised information, and inner conflict among different stakeholders. This paper intends to demonstrate the importance...
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The Cultural Heritage is a complex domain composed of interconnected ecosystems and stakeholders. Innovative methods and techniques have been proposed to facilitate the management of this complex environment if it thinks about the culture as an organism and not a mechanism adopting an ecological approach focused on relationships and interactions wi...
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A paradigm shift is taking place today that provides a compelling value proposition for organizations and requires the adoption of new business models for the management of their core activities in a competitive way. The new emerging business models are related with open innovation, cloud computing approach, as well as social networking, which crea...
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Given the transforming aspects of the research and innovation, and the growing awareness of people/citizens, it is of the utmost importance to pay attention to the ethical and societal acceptability especially in those domains where public investments target research and innovation. Emerging technologies are set to change the world in relevant ways...
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The new competitive scenario based on knowledge resources has led firms to become more open to innovative sources and mainly to focus on collaboration with customers to co-create value (Prahalad & Ramaswamy, 2004; Sawhney, Verona & Prandelli, 2005). The Internet, and more in particular, web 2.0 technologies, enable patterns of collaborative innovat...
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This study highlights the needs of a strategy for the application of the user-centricity paradigm to a smart territory as result of an extensive international campaign engaging around one thousand of citizens and four hundred organisations. A simple scheme for defining the role and the governance of a territory in the achievement of targets of sust...
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A paradigm shift is taking place today that provides a compelling value preposition for organizations and requires the adoption of new business models for the management of their core activities in a competitive way. The new emerging business models are related with open innovation, cloud computing approach as well as social networking which create...
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The success and sustainability of the eGovernment Services seems to be strictly related to the adoption of the “user-centric approach” during the services development process, in which citizens/end users are considered the real source of knowledge and inspiration for building added value public services. On the basis of this assumption, this work...
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The new communication tools and the innovative applications based on the Web 2.0 are more and more enabling the participation of different stakeholders in the decision making processes, thus exploiting the user-centricity potentialities in different contexts. Among all, the brightest examples being are represented by websites as Wikipedia, Flicker,...
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This paper analyses the innovativeness and competitiveness of the wine sector in a specific local area through the perspective of the sectoral system of innovation. The aim of this paper is to analyse, using a case study approach, the main factors that affect the competition of wine business and the strategic guidelines for enhancing the competitiv...
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This document shall be intended as compendium issued by the NET-EUCEN network for the definition of future indicators to be adopted in the user-centricity domain of the eGovernment field.A list of considerations put the basis for the preliminary definition of four indicators, aimed at defining methods for the measurement of the actual application o...
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The article is focused on the explanation of the benefits of an open innovation approach in order to drive small and medium enterprises within the actual dynamic environment. In particular, the article gives evidence of the capability of the new paradigm in enabling innovative patterns of growth and development, especially for the small segment, no...
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The future of the Public Services seems to be related to the increasing adoption of the " user-centric approach " by the different categories of services' providers. On the basis of this assumption, citizens are considered not only as consumers, but especially as the real source of knowledge and inspiration for the services development process. Thi...
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The new competitive scenario based on knowledge resources has led firms to become more open to innovative sources and mainly to focus on collaboration with customers to co-create value (Prahalad & Ramaswamy, 2004; Sawhney, Verona & Prandelli, 2005). Internet, and more in particular the web 2.0 technologies, enable patterns of collaborative innovati...
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We examine the importance and the role that digital marketplaces play for SMEs in developing countries. By building on the literature of digital marketplace and business models we argue that the features of the context shape the type of the business models applicable for digital marketplaces. We suggest that before designing a digital marketplace i...
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The aim of this paper is to propose a dynamic integrated approach, based on modularity concept and on the business ecosystem approach, that exploit different eBusiness services for SMEs under an open business network platform. The adoption of this approach enables firms to collaborate locally for delivering the best product/service to the customers...
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Furthermore, the authors, hope that from the assumptions and the insights of the studies reported will follow a high spread of the concept of DMSs considered as a significant contribution for developing strong innovative patterns of collaboration in Tourism Industry.
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This chapter explores the concept of Destination Management Systems (DMSs), as opportunity for innovating in Tourism Industry, enabling different forms of collaboration and cooperation, with a particular focus on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Firstly, it argues on the capability of DMSs to combine new technological applications with manageri...
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In the networked economy firms are recognizing the power of the Internet as a platform for creating different forms of relationships and collaborations aimed to enhance value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Digital Marketplaces represent one of the most powerful solutions adopted by firms to support the networking practices among f...

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