GIULIANI, ELISA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.862
EU - Europa 3.355
AS - Asia 1.052
AF - Africa 205
SA - Sud America 87
OC - Oceania 47
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 5
Totale 9.613
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.668
IT - Italia 1.620
CN - Cina 469
SE - Svezia 407
DE - Germania 320
BG - Bulgaria 235
CA - Canada 173
GB - Regno Unito 168
SG - Singapore 139
SN - Senegal 101
UA - Ucraina 97
VN - Vietnam 81
FR - Francia 80
FI - Finlandia 78
IN - India 71
NL - Olanda 68
CH - Svizzera 64
HK - Hong Kong 64
TR - Turchia 64
CI - Costa d'Avorio 59
NO - Norvegia 41
IR - Iran 40
AU - Australia 39
KR - Corea 36
BE - Belgio 33
ES - Italia 33
BR - Brasile 28
CO - Colombia 24
RU - Federazione Russa 23
AR - Argentina 16
JP - Giappone 16
MY - Malesia 15
CL - Cile 14
MX - Messico 14
ID - Indonesia 13
PL - Polonia 13
PT - Portogallo 12
ET - Etiopia 11
AT - Austria 10
PK - Pakistan 10
TW - Taiwan 10
DK - Danimarca 9
KE - Kenya 9
IE - Irlanda 8
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 8
SI - Slovenia 7
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 6
DZ - Algeria 6
RO - Romania 6
EU - Europa 5
GR - Grecia 5
NG - Nigeria 5
PH - Filippine 5
TH - Thailandia 5
ZA - Sudafrica 5
CR - Costa Rica 4
MD - Moldavia 4
DO - Repubblica Dominicana 3
LV - Lettonia 3
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 2
BJ - Benin 2
BO - Bolivia 2
BW - Botswana 2
KG - Kirghizistan 2
LK - Sri Lanka 2
LT - Lituania 2
UY - Uruguay 2
UZ - Uzbekistan 2
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
CM - Camerun 1
EE - Estonia 1
GH - Ghana 1
HR - Croazia 1
IL - Israele 1
JO - Giordania 1
MA - Marocco 1
MN - Mongolia 1
MO - Macao, regione amministrativa speciale della Cina 1
NP - Nepal 1
PE - Perù 1
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 1
SL - Sierra Leone 1
UG - Uganda 1
Totale 9.613
Città #
Woodbridge 702
Houston 478
Ann Arbor 421
Serra 380
Fairfield 368
Milan 337
Chandler 321
Ashburn 291
Sofia 235
Wilmington 201
Seattle 167
Beijing 161
Jacksonville 150
New York 144
Cambridge 138
Ottawa 130
Florence 122
Princeton 108
Dakar 101
Frankfurt am Main 99
Lawrence 96
Nanjing 90
Redwood City 85
Rome 66
Abidjan 59
Singapore 55
Bern 52
Medford 52
Des Moines 51
Izmir 49
Marseille 48
Hong Kong 37
Pisa 37
Bremen 35
Dearborn 34
Jüchen 29
Boulder 28
San Diego 26
Dallas 24
Dong Ket 23
Nanchang 23
London 21
Brussels 19
Ovada 19
Pune 19
Changsha 15
Shanghai 15
Guangzhou 13
Hebei 13
Norwalk 13
Pignone 13
Shenyang 13
Terranuova Bracciolini 13
Utrecht 13
Hefei 12
Hyderabad 12
Los Angeles 12
Peccioli 12
Santiago 12
Kunming 11
Tianjin 11
Boardman 10
Diecimo 10
Gabbro 10
Ogden 10
Padova 10
Amsterdam 9
Central District 9
Hangzhou 9
Jiaxing 9
Lucca 9
Paris 9
Winnipeg 9
Zhengzhou 9
Brescia 8
Central 8
Hanoi 8
Melbourne 8
Addis Ababa 7
Antwerp 7
Auburn Hills 7
Karlsruhe 7
Madrid 7
Oslo 7
Stavanger 7
Sydney 7
Tokyo 7
Valencia 7
Washington 7
Xian 7
Bogotá 6
Buenos Aires 6
Dong-gu 6
Düsseldorf 6
Ho Chi Minh City 6
Latina 6
Livorno 6
Marsala 6
Naples 6
Richmond 6
Totale 6.632
Nome #
Social Network Analysis for the Evaluation of Cluster Development Programs 478
The Challenge of Measuring Corporate Social Irresponsibility 284
Clusters, networks and economic development: an evolutionary economics perspective 230
Overcoming the liability of origin by doing no harm. Emerging country firms’ social irresponsibility as they go global 213
The wine industry: persistence of tacit knowledge or increased codification? Some implications for catching-up countries 181
Networks and heterogeneous performance of cluster firms 166
The selective nature of knowledge networks in clusters: evidence from the wine industry 157
The micro-determinants of meso-level learning and innovation: evidence from a Chilean wine cluster 150
UPGRADING IN GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS: LESSONS FROM LATIN AMERICAN CLUSTERS 148
Italian Industrial Districts Today: Between Decline and Openness to Global Value Chains 145
Catching up in the global wine industry: innovation systems, cluster knowledge networks and firm-level capabilities in Italy and Chile 142
Clusters Facing Competition: The Importance of External Linkages 141
BRIC Companies Seeking Legitimacy Through Corporate Social Responsibility 141
Multinational Corporations and patterns of local knowledge transfer in Costa Rican High-Tech industries 140
Cluster Absorptive Capacity: why some clusters forge ahead and others lag behind? 132
The Role of Technological Gatekeepers in the Growth of Industrial Clusters: Evidence from Chile 132
Multinational Corporations' Economic and Human Rights Impacts on Developing Countries: A Review and Research Agenda 131
Mass customization ed evoluzione progettuale del prodotto: un riesame teorico- empirico 129
Strategic CSR framing by firms in emerging markets 128
Clusters, networks and firms' product success. An empirical study 126
Local innovation and global value chains in developing countries 125
Human rights and international business research: A call for studying emerging market multinationals 125
Upgrading in global value chains: Lessons from Latin American clusters 124
Inside Networks: A Process View on Multi-organisational Partnerships, Alliances and Networks, Gossling T.,Oerlemans L., Jansen R.(Eds.).Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. Northampton, MA, USA. (2007);320 pp Hardback ISBN:978 1 123
Toward an understanding of knowledge spillovers in industrial clusters 118
Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights Abuses. A comparison of the Strategies adopted by Advanced Country and BRIC Multinationals 117
NETWORK DYNAMICS IN REGIONAL CLUSTERS: EVIDENCE FROM CHILE 117
Evaluating the Impact of Cluster Development Programs 116
Decoupling standards from practice: The impact of in-house certifications on coffee farms’ environmental and social conduct 115
Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries’ Industrial Clusters 113
Networks, Cluster Development Programs, and Performance: The Electronics Cluster in Córdoba, Argentina 112
Emerging versus advanced country MNEs investing in Europe: A typology of subsidiary global–local connections 110
Fixing “bad” capitalism: why CSR and pro-good initiatives may not be enough 110
Who are the researchers that are collaborating with industry? An analysis of the wine sectors in Chile, South Africa and Italy, 108
MNC subsidiaries’ position in global knowledge networks and local spillovers: Evidence from Argentina 107
Chinese MNEs bridging technologies across home and host regions 106
Corporate Social Irresponsibility in International Business 105
Corporate Social Irresponsibility in International Business 104
MNC-dominated clusters and the upgrading of domestic suppliers: the case of Costa Rican electronics and medical device industries 104
Universities in emerging economies: Bridging local industry with international science. Evidence from Chile and South Africa 103
What do emerging economy firms actually disclose in their CSR reports? A longitudinal analysis 100
Il concetto di ‘rete efficiente’: una comparazione internazionale dei rapporti tra Istituti di Ricerca Pubblica e Impresa nel settore del vino 99
Global and Local Knowledge Linkages: The case of MNC subsidiaries in Argentina 99
What do emerging economy firms actually disclose in their CSR reports? A longitudinal analysis 96
Drifting on a Calma Chicha after Countless Storms: How Macroeconomic Uncertainty Affects Firms’ Decisions to Innovate in Emerging Countries 96
International business and human rights: A research agenda 96
From coffee production to machines for optical selection: a case of lateral migration in Costa Rica 95
Strategic CSR Framing by Firms in Emerging Markets 95
Clusters in the Caribbean: Understanding their characteristics, defining policies for their development 94
Innovation Networks and Knowledge Clusters. Findings and insights from the US, EU and Japan, Carayannis E. , Assimakopoulos D., Kondo M., Palgrave MacMillan Publishers, New York, NY (USA) (2008); 224 pp Hardback ISBN: 1-4039-4245-5 92
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BIG PROFITS, BIG HARM? EXPLORING THE LINK BETWEEN FIRM-PERFORMANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES 89
The Impact of Business on Society: exploring CSR Adoption and Alleged Human Rights Abuses by Large Corporations 88
Do Global Value Chains Offer Developing Countries Learning and Innovation Opportunities? 87
Innovation and Technological Catch-Up: The Changing Geography of Wine Production 86
Social Network Analysis Methodologies for the Evaluation of Cluster Development Programs 86
Social Network Analysis for Evaluating Cluster Development Programs 86
Multinational enterprises from emerging economies: What theories suggest, what evidence shows. A Literature Survey. 83
Mass customization ed evoluzione progettuale del prodotto: un riesame teorico empirico 82
Networks of Innovation 81
The cluster model: whether and what developing countries should learn from advanced countries 81
How bad is your company? Measuring corporate wrongdoing beyond the magic of ESG metrics 80
The noxious consequences of innovation: what do we know? 79
What drives the formation of 'valuable' university-industry linkages? Insights from the wine industry 78
The Wine Industry in Bolgheri-Val di Cornia, Italy: Facing the crisis with success 78
Industrial clusters in global networks 77
MEASURING CORPORATE SOCIAL IRRESPONSIBILITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS’ ABUSES 77
Il grado di innovatività ed i legami con i centri di ricerca 76
Regulating global capitalism amid rampant corporate wrongdoing – Reply to “Three frames for innovation policy" 76
Explaining organizational wrongdoing by emerging country firms 74
R&D investment under stress and uncertainty: the case of Argentina 72
Is Co-Invention Expediting Technological Catch Up? A Study of Collaboration between Emerging Country Firms and EU Inventors 71
Enhancing SME productivity 71
When doing well means doing harm: Understanding performance-CSIR link in emerging country firms 70
Die-hard industrial clusters: network dynamics and resilience 66
Knowledge Spillovers and Innovation in Industrial Clusters 64
Distretti industriali, reti e comunità di knowledge worker: un’analisi empirica nel settore vitivinicolo cileno 63
Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping sprees in advanced countries. How good is it for their innovation output? 62
Straining but not thriving: Understanding network dynamics in underperforming industrial clusters 58
THE EVOLVING ROLE OF MNES IN LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN INNOVATION SYSTEMS 56
Creating Shared Value Meets Human Rights: A Sense-Making Perspective in Small-Scale Firms 56
Dinamiche di Sviluppo Industriale: Network Locali e Buyer Globali nei Paesi in Via di Sviluppo 54
INVERSION EXTRANJERA DIRECTA Y ENCADENAMIENTOS PRODUCTIVOS EN COSTA RICA 53
Human Rights and European business: The ILVA case 53
Business-related human rights abuses: a study of chinese and indian corporations 48
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Asbestos, leaded petrol, and other aberrations: comparing countries’ regulatory responses to disapproved products and technologies 46
Cast apart by the elites: how status influences assortative matching in industrial clusters 45
TRASFORMARE LE IMPRESE PER IL MONDO DI DOMANI: PERFORMANCE SOSTENIBILE E RENDICONTAZIONE SOCIO-AMBIENTALE 40
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The social irresponsibility of international business: A novel conceptualization 33
Bringing Light to Dark Spots: The Case of Cross-border Bioprospecting 31
Regulating global capitalism amid rampant corporate wrongdoing 31
Why multinational enterprises may be causing more inequality than we think 31
Lost and Found in Translation: How firms use anisomorphism to manage the institutional complexity of CSR 30
Piketty, Thunberg, or Marx? Shifting ideologies in the COVID-19 bailout conditionality debate 30
Big Profits, Big Harm? Exploring the Link Between Firm Financial Performance and Human Rights Misbehavior 25
The Wine Industry in Bolgheri-Val di Cornia, Italy: Facing the crisis with success 25
Editorial – Business and human rights in global value chains 24
Patent Toxicity 20
Totale 9.769
Categoria #
all - tutte 22.160
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 22.160


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110
2019/20201.626 183 127 313 91 101 120 151 102 130 94 152 62
2020/20211.126 89 89 96 63 113 96 92 88 118 67 81 134
2021/20221.248 35 85 53 83 190 189 70 72 90 50 87 244
2022/20231.552 182 171 66 97 151 164 39 82 408 5 152 35
2023/20241.381 176 145 140 116 224 234 35 73 18 61 47 112
Totale 9.860