Luca Marrucci

Luca Marrucci
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna | SSSUP · Institute of Management

Phd

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Introduction
I currently work as research fellow in Sustainability Management at the Institute of Management, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna. I like combine knowledge on business management and decision-making processes with the principles of sustainability, through scientific research especially in the topics of environmental management, circular economy, resource efficiency, etc. I often collaborate with private organisations interested in integrating sustainability into their managerial strategies.
Education
January 2017 - December 2017
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Field of study
  • Environmental Management and Control
November 2014 - October 2016
Università degli Studi di Siena
Field of study
  • Economics of Environment and Development
September 2009 - May 2014
Università di Pisa
Field of study
  • International Cooperation

Publications

Publications (12)
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Although the circular economy is a key strategy to mitigate climate change, the relationship between them has rarely been investigated. This study aims to fill this gap by applying a life cycle assessment to evaluate the benefits of circularity interventions in the tanning industry. We compared the baseline scenario with no circular actions a circu...
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Organisations face barriers in the transition towards a circular economy. Environmental management systems have often been adopted to tackle environmental challenges , but, more recently, scholars have proposed dynamic capabilities as a strategy to foster circular economy initiatives. Considering the level of internalisation of the environmental ma...
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Despite the general interest in the circular economy, organisations have difficulties in implementing circular practices. Developing absorptive capacity (ACAP) may foster circularity among organisations. The paper aims to shed light on relationship between ACAP and organisational performance. To empirically investigate the contribution of ACAP in c...
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Environmental management systems' effects on organisations' environmental performance are still an open issue. This study assesses the contribution of the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) to corporate environmental performance. The study also investigates the correlation between the environmental and economic performance of organisations. Env...
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Most firms, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), find it difficult to integrate circular economy strategies within their business models. Moreover, there is a lack of research on approaches for the successful implementation of circular economies in SMEs in the field of manufacturing. To fill this gap, we investigate the antecedents of ab...
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Circular economy has become one of the main strategies to face environmental issues. To enable circular economy, organisations have started acting on their capability to improve their sustainability management. Nevertheless, the contribution of green human resource management to the transition towards a more circular economy has not yet been invest...
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Tourism is one of the most important industries in the world. On the one hand, tourism activities provide a significant boost to many national economies but on the other hand, they severely impact the environment. Tourism SMEs are therefore needed to transform their activities from a linear economy to a circular economy (CE). However, the tourism i...
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The capability to manage the supply chain is a key issue in general management as well as green management. The topic has been widely discussed in the literature, however only few studies focused on how this capability could influence the effectiveness of certified Environmental Management Systems. To bridge this gap, we administered a survey with...
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PurposeThe EU Ecolabel is a voluntary scheme that aims to reduce the overall environmental impact of organisations to boost sustainable consumption in the marketplace and facilitate a transition towards a more circular economy. The main issues connected with the management of this scheme have been rarely investigated in literature. This study aims...
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In a consumer society, the retail sector contributes significantly to waste production. Supermarkets play a central role in the challenges of resources efficiency and waste prevention. The circular economy has become a major alternative to the classical economic model and the retail sector has begun moving along this path. The aim of this study is...
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Circular economy (CE) has become worldwide an effective pathway for sustainable development against the linear model. Sustainable consumption and production (SCP) tools have been identified either as booster of circularity and as supporter for the achievement of sustainable development goals. Environmental Management System (EMS), Green Public Proc...
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Over the years, Mass Market Retailers (MMR) have changed their different typologies of commercial spaces due to the evolution of the society, characterized by consumerism. This phenomenon has influenced a progressive increase in solid waste production within a supermarket. The aim of this study is to analyze in detail the issues related to the soli...

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