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STUDI ORGANIZZATIVI
Semestrale di studi e ricerche sui processi e i sistemi organizzativi
2 issues per year , ISSN 0391-8769 , ISSNe 1972-4969
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An interdisciplinary scientific review, Studi Organizzativi publishes case studies, empirical research papers and essays on the creation, management, crisis and change of complex organisations, particularly large enterprises, medium and small business networks, regional economic systems, central and local authorities and non-profit organizations.
Special attention is paid to critical studies of successful examples of new forms of organization, design methodologies and change management. The journal also promotes research and dissemination of organisational innovation.
Studi Organizzativi aims to provide a forum for original discussion and interdisciplinary debate between the various disciplines that traditionally study organisations (e.g. economics, sociology, management, anthropology, etc.). It also encourages the involvement of disciplines less specific to these topics, such as philosophy, anthropology, history, psychoanalysis. The journal provides original research and documentary materials to entrepreneurs, managers, officials, and professionals who work at the forefront of organisational innovation.
The review seeks to act as a tool for the development and success of: (I) excellent companies, capable of combining structural competitiveness with a social-institutional role; (II) public authorities as "civil services", capable of providing quality services to citizens; (III) tertiary sector organisations; (IV) local/regional economies, systems and districts capable of withstanding international competition and producing a high quality of life in their territories. Above all, Studi Organizzativi is a review of man within organisations: people are the foundation of any organisation, and, in turn, an organisation creates the conditions for learning and personal development within society.
Studi Organizzativi maintains strong relations with Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Studies, Human Relations and other leading international trade journals.

Director : Federico Butera. Editorial section of essays and research:Laura Lucia Parolin (caporedattore) (Università Milano Bicocca), Attila Bruni (Università di Trento), Federico Butera (Università Milano Bicocca e Fondazione Irso), Luca Garavaglia (Università Piemonte Orientale e Fondazione Irso), Edoardo Della Torre (Università di Bergamo), Giovanna Lo Nigro (Università di Palermo), Fabrizio Panozzo (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia), Federica Persico (Università Milano Bicocca e Fondazione Irso), Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli (Politecnico di Bari). Scientific Board:Fernando Alberti, Vito Albino, Giovanni Azzone, Sebastiano Bagnara*, Emilio Bartezzaghi*, Filippo Barbera, Mario Benassi, Umberto Bertelè, Giuseppe Bonazzi, Federico Butera*, Federico M. Butera, Maurizio Catino, Vittorio Coda, Giovanni Costa, Nicola Costantino, Adriano De Maio, Maurizio Decastri, Domenico De Masi, Giorgio De Michelis*, Giuseppe Delmestri*, Bruno Dente*, Gianfranco Dioguardi*, Giovanni Dosi, Luciano Gallino, Silvia Gherardi*, Anna Grandori*, Michele La Rosa, Bruno Lamborghini, Luca Lanzalaco, Giovan Francesco Lanzara, Paolo Legrenzi, Giovanni Lorenzoni, Serafino Negrelli, Davide Nicolini, Pietro Panzarasa, Gerardo Patriotta, Paolo Perulli*, Angelo Pichierri*, Gianfranco Rebora*, Enzo Rullani, Giulio Sapelli*, Alessandro Sinatra, Luca Solari, Riccardo Varaldo, Stefano Zan, Andrea Zanoni, Cristina Zucchermaglio. * Executive Board 2000-2012 International Board:Stephen Barley, Michel Crozier, Michael Cusumano, Ehrard Friedberg, Richard Locke, Horst Kern, Patrick Le Gales, Ray Loveridge, Ikujro Nonaka, Charles Perrow, Richard Scott, Pierre Veltz, Karl E. Weick. drafting of section projects and organizational policies:Roberta Morici, Sebastiano Di Guardo, Marco Zurru (Fondazione Irso) Per sottomettere un articolo: gli articoli sottoposti per la pubblicazione potranno essere inviati per posta elettronica all’indirizzo: studiorganizzativi@irso.it

For any questions, please contact:redazione.studiorganizzativi@irso.it,; Piazza Giovine Italia No 3, 20123 Milan, Italy. Telephone number: 02.48016162; web site: www.irso.it

This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity. Authors have to remove any identifying information, including author names, from file names and to ensure document properties are also anonymised. The journal thanks the referees* who provided their contribution in the blind referencing process: Alberta Andreotti, Alessia Berni, Lavinia Bifulco, Claudio Biscaro, Rita Bissola, Cristina Boari, Paolo Canonico, Vincenzo Cavaliere, Enrico Ciciotti, Sabrina Colombo, Ernesto De Nito, Edoardo Della Torre, Giuseppe Delmestri, Primiano Di Nauta, Vincenza Esposito, Santi Furnari, Rosita Garzi, Martina Gianecchini, Antonio Giangreco, Silvia Gilardi, Mara Gorli, Paolo Landri, Sara Lombardi, Roberto Lusardi, Dario Minervini, Lorenzo Mizzau, Valentina Pacetti, Barbara Pentimalli, Mario Pezzillo Iacono, Daniel Pittino, Paolo Rossi, Anna Chiara Scapolan, Giuseppe Scaratti, Davide Secchi, Massimiliano Tarozzi. *This list is drawn up with the names of the referees involved starting from 2014

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Issue 2/2018 
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Luigi Moschera, Mario Pezzillo Iacono, Giovanna Lo Nigro, Laura Lucia Parolin, Rethinking Work: Pathways and Practices in Business and Society. Introduction to the Special Issue.
Roberto Albano, Ylenia Curzi, Tania Parisi, Lia Tirabeni, Perceived autonomy and discretion of mobile workers
Daniele Mascia, Valentina Iacopino, Americo Cicchetti, "When the Time Comes": Exploring Temporal Differences in the Adoption of Medical Innovation
Concetta Metallo, Rocco Agrifoglio, Maria Ferrara, Understanding the Moderating Effects of Work Status on the Links between Social Exchange, Psychological Contract Fulfilment, and Job Satisfaction
Stefano Di Lauro, Aizhan Tursunbayeva, Gilda Antonelli, Marcello Martinez, Measuring organizational identity via LinkedIn: The role played by employees’ tenure, type of employment contract and age
Davide Bizjak, Guglielmo Faldetta, Luigi Maria Sicca, The Role of Solidarity in Diversity Management Practices: A Challenge for Social Innovation in Organisations
Andrea Tomo, Assessing the technological maturity of small enterprises through a collaborative approach
Luca Solari, Edoardo Della Torre, Punctuated evolution in organizational design: an interpretative framework for novel practitioneroriginated organizational forms
Alessandro Mongili, Book review of Benoît Godin and Dominique Vinck (eds.) Critical Studies of Innovation. Alternative Approaches to the Pro-Innovation Bias. Cheltenham and Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 335
Mario Pezzillo Iacono, La Narrazione nelle Scienze Sociali: valore e attualità del contributo di Barbara Czarniawska
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Emanuele Testa, Giuseppe Scaratti, Valutare l’apprendere nelle organizzazioni: trasformazioni di pratiche lavorative e identità professionali (Evaluating organizational learning. Transformation in work practices and pro-fessional identities.)
Laura Azzolina, I contratti di rete: valutazioni oltre l’emergenza (The network contract: some evaluations after the emergency)
Caterina Muzzi, Il contesto organizzativo ed il mobbing: verso un’"organizzazione trasparente" (Organizational context and mobbing: towards a "ransparent organization")
Capitalismo e democrazia: un rapporto in crisi? Atti del simposio "Dialogo sul Capitalismo"
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