Stefania Oliva

Stefania Oliva
University of Florence | UNIFI · Dipartimento di Scienze per l'Economia e l'Impresa

Ph.D in Economics

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Introduction
I currently work at the Department of Economics and Management, University of Florence, as Post-doc Fellow. My main research fields are Evolutionary Economics Geography, Regional Economic Resilience and Museums, Cultural and Creative Industries.
Additional affiliations
July 2017 - July 2019
University of Florence
Position
  • Fellow
December 2014 - November 2015
University of Florence
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (16)
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The relationship between culture and economy is facing a new phase based on an increasing connection between culture, creativity and technological innovation. A New Era is beginning where cultural organisations may face different challenges that emerged from the diffusion of digital technology. The digital revolution has pervaded and transformed no...
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This paper explores digital reality replication for cultural consumption and green-digital open-system innovation, along with responsible, sustainable practices fashioned in a post-COVID-19 era. We address these after the dystopian effects of lockdown on global tourism and, in particular, the looming crisis of unsustainable 'overtourism'. The aim o...
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Purpose This article aims to contribute to the critical accounting literature by reviewing how previous studies have addressed the topic of dialogic accounting (DA), examining the main themes investigated and discussing potential further developments of the DA research agenda. Design/methodology/approach The present study builds on a systematic li...
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The chapter aims at revising the main topics related to regional resilience and combine it with the framework of sustainable development. Starting from an overview of the rising interest of resilience in the academic debate, the chapter discusses the main definitions underlining the moving from the engineering and ecological definitions to the appr...
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This chapter explores the growing relationship between, on the one hand, digital reproduction and reality replication and, on the other, green innovation and sustainable policies after Covid-19 has become more controlled and its effects more mitigated than at present. We are particularly interested in thinking about the implications of these interv...
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This article aims to enlarge the study of new technologies for monitoring visitors’ flows in cities of art. Based on data collected thanks to the use of the Firenze Card by city visitors, the article investigates the museums co-visits networks in Florence for understanding the visitors’ flows within the city, identifying the great attractors, the n...
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The first high fashion show organized in Florence in 1951 represented an important event for the development of the Italian fashion sector, increasing the importance of the fashion industry in international trade. Research in economic business history has identified this period as crucial for the advent of the ‘Made in Italy’ label. The article aim...
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The paper aims to contribute to the debate of the economic transformation on cities discussing the case of Florence and its evolution from ‘art city’ to ‘creative fashion city’. According to the evolutionary vision of the path dependence model, the paper analyses the birth, development and establishment of the fashion industry within the city. This...
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In recent years, the study of resilience of regional and local systems has become a popular topic in relation to the increasing of economic, social and environmental shocks. Despite the theoretical framework has been enriched through definitions and empirical investigations, accordance in measurement is still missing. This paper aims to enlarge the...
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In recent years, the study of resilience of regional and local systems has become a popular topic in relation to the increasing of economic, social and environmental shocks. Despite the theoretical framework has been enriched through definitions and empirical investigations, accordance in measurement is still missing. This paper aims to enlarge the...
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In the past few years, the concept of resilience has captured the attention of academics, politicians and public opinion and has been identified as the source of recovery policies of local, regional and national economies. As a result, searching for the so-called resilient factor has led governments to manage territories and resources, combining su...

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Projects (2)
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MAEP project aims to identifying and studying the most widely used international accountability models and how such models are declined to cultural institutions.