Roberto Vivona

Roberto Vivona
Nord University | HIBO · Business School

Master of Science

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Introduction
Roberto Vivona is a PhD Research Fellow at Nord University Business School (Bodø, Norway). He holds a MSc in Public Management at Bocconi University (Milan, Italy). His research interests include public sector innovation and entrepreneurship, minority inclusion, performance management in public sector organisations, and public procurement reforms. His work has been published in Research Policy and Policy and Society, among others.
Additional affiliations
May 2019 - October 2019
Università commerciale Luigi Bocconi
Position
  • Research Intern
January 2019 - August 2021
National University of Singapore
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2017 - April 2020
Università commerciale Luigi Bocconi
Field of study
  • Public management
September 2013 - October 2017
Università commerciale Luigi Bocconi
Field of study
  • Economics and Finance

Publications

Publications (4)
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Collaborations between actors from different sectors (governments, firms, nonprofit organizations, universities, and other societal groups) have been promoted or mandated with increasing frequency to spur more innovative activities. This article argues that there is an essential gap in evaluating the issues of these collaborative arrangements on in...
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Procurement has received scholarly attention as a valuable policy tool to reach desired outcomes in society, such as innovation. While interest has grown in analyzing the impact of the ‘substantive’ function of procurement (purchasing of goods and services), procurement is much more than purchases, and most public buyers’ activities are ‘procedural...
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Immigration is a hotly debated and politicized policy area, one in which governments confront fierce opposition from populist parties and negative media narratives altering citizens’ perceptions of the issue. There is also growing scholarly interest in migration; new migrant integration research advocates for a conceptual shift away from focusing o...
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Innovation and Innovativeness for the Public Servant of the Future: What, Why, How, Where, and When This chapter aims at clarifying the concepts of innovation and innovativeness for public servants. It first explains what public sector innovation is and how it differs from private sector innovation (what question). Then, it discusses why public se...

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Project
Public sector entrepreneurship (PSE)