Rosa Maria Dangelico

Rosa Maria Dangelico
Politecnico di Bari | Poliba · Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

PhD

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October 2015 - present
Sapienza University of Rome
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
December 2011 - October 2015
Sapienza University of Rome
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
March 2006 - December 2011
Politecnico di Bari
Position
  • Green Innovation

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Publications (42)
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Despite the growing scholars' attention towards green products, extant literature has so far lacked a systematic effort to analyse green product attributes (along different phase of the product life cycle) and link them to consumer preferences/behaviour. Indeed, the green product (and related processes) design and the consumer behaviour perspective...
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Since the beginning of 2020, the world has been hit by the SARS‐CoV‐2 virus that causes Covid‐19. To hamper its spread, policymakers of many countries have put in place strong countermeasures, including lockdowns, that have led to significant changes in people's lifestyles and daily routines. This article aims at assessing the changes caused by Cov...
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This article employs an innovation ecosystem approach to green innovations to understand how actors participate in the development. Thus, using a qualitative approach, we studied four cases of firms that have developed green innovations to analyze how the innovation ecosystem affects the firm. Data was collected through in-depth interviews and it w...
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The aim of this study is to provide new insights into the social innovation (SI) development process in the context of social start‐ups. A multiple case study identifies the issues and mechanisms for social start‐ups to develop a social need into a potentially scalable innovation and to validate and scale it up, while avoiding a possible failure. R...
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Green purchase behaviour is receiving a growing attention in the academic community, as understanding it is crucial for the growing number of companies developing and marketing green products. In order to provide a broader and novel picture of the phenomenon, this study extends the widely used Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) model in several ways...
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Prior studies have examined the link between female representation in the boards of directors (BoD) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). However, these studies have underestimated the multidimensional nature of CSR, whereby CSR comprises different dimensions, and organizations engage in CSR activities in various degrees, thus leading to poten...
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The effect of national culture on country environmental performance has received attention during the past few years. However, previous studies considered a subset of cultural dimensions, focused on diverse environmental performance measures, provided contrasting results, and did not adequately investigated the mediating effects of socio‐economic v...
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Despite the growing scholars' attention toward green innovation, on the one hand, and family firms, on the other hand, there is still limited attention toward the intersection of these two streams of literature, because very few studies deal with green innovation in family firms. This paper aims at comparing family and nonfamily small firms in thei...
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Today, more than ever, achieving sustainability of business activities, intertwining social, economic, and environmental perspectives, is one of the most challenging objectives for companies. Project management processes are no exception. This paper aims to contribute to the current research knowledge through a systematic review of the literature o...
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This study aims to deepen our understanding of the underlying factors affecting the intention to continue using increasingly popular wearable technology. A new theoretical model is developed and validated to extend traditional technology acceptance theories by identifying several value drivers of the continuous intention and actual usage of wearabl...
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Reducing firm environmental burden is not easy. Thus, several studies have investigated the antecedents of good firm environmental performance; however, they provide contrasting results, focus on specific categories of antecedents, and often rely on subjective performance measures. This study overcomes these gaps by jointly considering the effects...
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Abstract: The successful introduction and application of smart wearable technologies (SWTs) will allow the production of new generations of innovative and high value-added products. To this aim, we have built a unique database of 1313 patents included in the Thomson Innovation database, which were registered between 2001 and 2015 in the SWTs domain...
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Green products can play a key role in the achievement of sustainable development goals. Through a survey of 188 Italian companies with eco‐labeled green products, this study aims at understanding the relative importance of several motivations to develop green products, the influence of different motivations and firm characteristics on green product...
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Over the past decades, environmental sustainability has raised at the top of the international political agenda and has been recognized as a key driver of innovation. As a result, the number of companies developing green products has been rapidly growing and consumers have shown an increasing interest for these products. Thus, understanding the mai...
Conference Paper
Technology is the vital criterion to boosting the quality of life. Nowadays, innovation in smart wearable technologies (SWTs) has been coming up to different sectors and is gaining momentum to be implemented in everyday objects. The successful introduction of SWTs will present the production of new generations of innovative and high value-added pro...
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Despite environmental sustainability being identified as one of the key drivers of innovation, extant literature lacks a theoretically-sound and empirically-testable framework that can provide specific insights into green product innovation from a capabilities perspective. This study develops a theoretical framework from a sustainability-oriented d...
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This paper aims to understand and analyze how different institutional pressures created by stakeholders tend to promote the green bullwhip effect and the consequent adoption of green supply chain management (GSCM) practices across a supply chain. It examines GSCM practices adopted in the supply chain as a result of pressure from primary stakeholder...
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“Green Campus” is a project developed by Politecnico di Bari, an Italian technical university, interested to start a “journey” towards sustainability. This paper illustrates the Green Campus project through the lens of two organizational theories, i.e. the resource-based view (RBV) and the dynamic capabilities theory (DCT). RBV is adopted to presen...
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The development and marketing of green products represent a way for firms to both contribute to the achievement of environmental sustainability and be successful. However, developing green products while being successful require development of unique dynamic capabilities that enable the integration of sustainability issues into product development....
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Green product innovation (GPI) is getting more and more relevant for policy makers, companies, and society as a whole. As a result, over the last few years the number of studies on GPI development has increased substantially, thus prompting the need to analyse and synthesize the results of these studies. To this aim, this study reviews the body of...
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The concept of smart city is getting more and more relevant for both academics and policy makers. Despite this, there is still confusion about what a smart city is, as several similar terms are often used interchangeably. This paper aims at clarifying the meaning of the word “smart” in the context of cities through an approach based on an in-depth...
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As the term "smart city" gains wider and wider currency, there is still confusion about what a smart city is, especially since several similar terms are often used interchangeably. This paper aims to clarify the meaning of the word "smart" in the context of cities through an approach based on an in-depth literature review of relevant studies as wel...
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This paper examines the link between a firm's organization environmental management capability, represented by the development of green teams made up of employees, and its performance. In particular, two categories of firm performance will be analysed: environmental performance and environmental reputation. This link has been investigated in a samp...
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In this paper, we seek to enhance the understanding of the link between environmental management and firm performance, so contributing to the debate of being “green and competitive”. Relying on the resource-based view, we study the effect of different environmental management capabilities on a firm’s market and image performance. In particular, we...
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This chapter aims to explain how green economy principles can be applied to cities to make them green cities. Toward this aim the green economy concept is first described. Then a matrix is employed to characterize green practices that are connected with the green economy and are adopted in the urban environment. The matrix will draw upon a sample o...
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Environmental sustainability has become one of the key issues for strategy, marketing, and innovation. In particular, significant attention is being paid by companies, customers, media, and regulators on development and consumption of green products. It is argued that through the efficient use of resources, low carbon impacts, and risks to the envi...
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Hybrid cars, recycled products, photovoltaic cells, bioplastics: why so different products can be called ‘green’? Which practices companies willing to develop green products should implement? How companies can easily and effectively communicate to stakeholders the environmental features of their green products? This paper tries to answer these ques...
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Sustainability is no longer being questioned as a passing trend, but has been recognized as innovation's new frontier. However, the complexity of environmental issues requires that firms collaborate with a wide range of external parties as they can supply environmental knowledge and competencies outside a firm's main domain. This study proposes and...
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In the present paper we investigate whether and to what extent green innovations significantly differ from non-green ones, in terms of i) inter and intra-organizational relationships leading to their development and ii) technological characteristics, as complexity and novelty. Then, we study the impact of these organizational factors and technologi...
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Hybrid cars, recycled products, photovoltaic cells, bioplastics: why so different products can be called ‘green’? Which practices companies willing to develop green products should implement? How companies can easily and effectively communicate to stakeholders the environmental features of their green products? This paper tries to answer these...
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Green product innovation has been recognized as one of the key factors to achieve growth, environmental sustainability, and a better quality of life. Understanding green product innovation as a result of interaction between innovation and sustainability has become a strategic priority for theory and practice. This article investigates green product...
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The current economic scenario is more and more characterised by knowledge as a key element to enhance and foster firms and regions innovation and competitiveness, such as in the case of technology districts. In fact, they represent typical economic systems constituted by economic actors whose success and survival depend on their capability to creat...
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To respond effectively and efficiently to the environmental sustainability challenge, an important role can be played by companies, through appropriate strategies and operations, such as green processes and product development. In this paper, we investigate whether the development of green products is supported by the environmental strategic approa...
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The innovation process of firms and regions can be conceived as an open system whose success depends on the combination of heterogeneous pieces of information and knowledge owned by actors that may be located anywhere. The literature has stressed the importance of proximity dimensions as communication resources that can be exploited by firms to int...
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This paper investigates the role, played by a specific economic actor, namely the knowledge gatekeeper, to improve the technology districts' innovative capability. In particular, a system dynamics model is developed both to analyse the knowledge relationships established by the gatekeeper with the district's actors and to describe how these relatio...

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