ROSSI, CRISTINA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 8.822
EU - Europa 4.728
AS - Asia 1.043
AF - Africa 94
OC - Oceania 67
SA - Sud America 43
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 16
Totale 14.813
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 8.622
IT - Italia 1.415
UA - Ucraina 674
DE - Germania 666
SE - Svezia 401
FI - Finlandia 347
GB - Regno Unito 308
VN - Vietnam 266
CN - Cina 246
IE - Irlanda 209
CA - Canada 191
SG - Singapore 181
AT - Austria 154
ES - Italia 122
FR - Francia 117
NL - Olanda 97
IN - India 64
AU - Australia 57
BE - Belgio 54
CI - Costa d'Avorio 54
MY - Malesia 35
TW - Taiwan 35
CH - Svizzera 30
KR - Corea 30
HK - Hong Kong 27
JP - Giappone 26
IR - Iran 23
ID - Indonesia 22
RU - Federazione Russa 22
DK - Danimarca 20
JO - Giordania 18
BR - Brasile 17
EU - Europa 16
PK - Pakistan 16
NO - Norvegia 15
PH - Filippine 15
GR - Grecia 14
TR - Turchia 14
CL - Cile 11
MU - Mauritius 11
PT - Portogallo 11
ZA - Sudafrica 11
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 10
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 10
MX - Messico 8
IL - Israele 6
KE - Kenya 6
PL - Polonia 6
RO - Romania 6
CO - Colombia 5
PE - Perù 5
AL - Albania 4
BG - Bulgaria 4
KZ - Kazakistan 4
LI - Liechtenstein 4
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 4
AR - Argentina 3
DZ - Algeria 3
HU - Ungheria 3
LT - Lituania 3
AZ - Azerbaigian 2
BT - Bhutan 2
IS - Islanda 2
MA - Marocco 2
NP - Nepal 2
SI - Slovenia 2
TH - Thailandia 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
BD - Bangladesh 1
CM - Camerun 1
EC - Ecuador 1
EE - Estonia 1
EG - Egitto 1
GH - Ghana 1
HN - Honduras 1
HR - Croazia 1
KG - Kirghizistan 1
KH - Cambogia 1
LB - Libano 1
MK - Macedonia 1
MO - Macao, regione amministrativa speciale della Cina 1
NG - Nigeria 1
QA - Qatar 1
RS - Serbia 1
TN - Tunisia 1
TZ - Tanzania 1
UY - Uruguay 1
ZM - Zambia 1
Totale 14.813
Città #
Woodbridge 1.191
Fairfield 891
Chandler 763
Ann Arbor 743
Houston 729
Wilmington 587
Jacksonville 408
Ashburn 387
Seattle 322
Dearborn 315
Cambridge 263
Milan 251
Lawrence 245
Dublin 204
Ottawa 167
Dong Ket 156
Vienna 144
Medford 137
Princeton 115
Singapore 102
Beijing 97
Des Moines 96
Helsinki 90
Redwood City 87
Málaga 82
San Diego 55
Abidjan 54
Rome 49
Grafing 48
Norwalk 43
Amsterdam 31
London 28
Torino 27
Brussels 26
Santa Maria Capua Vetere 26
Washington 24
Auburn Hills 23
New York 21
Verona 20
Hefei 19
Mountain View 19
Taipei 19
Malacca 18
Shanghai 18
Boardman 17
Palermo 17
Perth 17
Amman 16
Berlin 16
Trieste 15
Dallas 14
Guangzhou 12
Mumbai 12
Redmond 12
Sydney 12
Wuppertal 12
Bolzano 11
Los Angeles 11
Lüneburg 11
Turin 11
Düsseldorf 10
Hamburg 10
Jakarta 10
Munich 10
Tokyo 10
Florence 9
Hangzhou 9
Karachi 9
Paris 9
San Francisco 9
Santiago 9
Genoa 8
Monza 8
Nanjing 8
Pullman 8
Tehran 8
Zhengzhou 8
Atlanta 7
Bergamo 7
Central District 7
Lisbon 7
Melbourne 7
Montpellier 7
North York 7
Portland 7
Usingen 7
Xian 7
Brasschaat 6
Caserta 6
Central 6
Chattanooga 6
Chicago 6
Delft 6
Eugene 6
Falls Church 6
Fremont 6
Fuzhou 6
Gunzenhausen 6
Imola 6
Kiel 6
Totale 9.656
Nome #
THE ROAD TO CROWDFUNDING SUCCESS: A REVIEW OF EXTANT LITERATURE 825
Who talks about collaborative spaces, how, and why 297
Why crowdfunding projects can succeed: The role of proponents' individual and territorial social capital 157
The creation of high-tech ventures in entrepreneurial ecosystems: exploring the interactions among university knowledge, cooperative banks, and individual attitudes 140
The emergence of the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship 138
Crowdfunding in Europe: Determinants of platforms’ creation across countries 136
Internal social capital and the attraction of early contributions in crowdfunding 133
Reward-based crowdfunding of entrepreneurial projects: the effect of local altruism and localized social capital on proponents’ success 129
Accelerators: Insights for a research agenda 126
Crowdfunding in Italy: State of the art and future prospects 118
Workplace management and gender: a literature review and a research agenda 117
Firms' involvement in Open Source projects: a trade-off between software structural quality and popularity 115
The creation of cleantech startups at the local level: the role of knowledge availability and environmental awareness 111
Acquisitions of small high-tech firms as a mechanism for external knowledge sourcing: The integration-autonomy dilemma 109
The open innovation research landscape: established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis 105
Human capital signals and entrepreneurs’ success in equity crowdfunding 105
I luoghi del lavoro del Covid-working: dove gli accademici del Politecnico di Milano hanno scelto di lavorare e perché 105
Elective affinities: exploring the matching between entrepreneurs and investors in equity crowdfunding 104
How high-tech entrepreneurial ventures cope with the global crisis: changes in product innovation and internationalization strategies 100
Academic tenure, risk-taking and the diversification of scientific research 100
What determines the success of crowdfunding projects? The crucial role of early backers 92
University knowledge and the creation of innovative start-ups: an analysis of the Italian case 91
Altruistic individuals, selfish firms? The structure of motivation in Open Source software 91
Role Congruity theory and crowdfunding 91
How Dynamic Capabilities Can Help New Technology-Based Firms to Cope with the Global Crisis? 90
Phenomenon-based research in management and organisation science: when is it rigorous and does it matter? 90
Should I sell my shares to an external buyer? The role of the entrepreneurial team in entrepreneurial exit 89
Crowdfunding of SMEs and startups: When open investing follows open innovation 89
Absorbing knowledge from unconventional sources. How collaborations with the Open Source community shape the innovation performance of entrepreneurial ventures 88
Segmented receivers' preferences and the response to signals. Evidence from film crowfunding 87
Toward a new industrial organization? OSS in economic and managerial perspective 85
Assessing innovation in the software sector: Proprietary vs. FOSS production mode. Preliminary evidence from the Italian case 85
Business firms’ engagement in community projects. Empirical evidence and further developments of the research 84
University specialization and new firm creation across industries 84
L’equità è una questione di spazio: le disuguaglianze di genere nell’accademia italiana durante la pandemia da Covid-19 82
Opportunity Exploitation and TMT’s Organizational Configurations 79
Elective affinities: exploring the matching between entrepreneurs and investors in equity crowdfunding 79
Delegation from the CEO to Top Executive: The Role of Workload and Decision-Specific Knowledge 79
Measuring Internet Diffusion in Italy 78
Introduction: Small business and networked innovation: organizational and managerial challenges 78
TMT organization and opportunity exploitation: An organizational configuration approach 78
Opportunity exploitation and TMT’s organizational configurations 76
Cash from the crowd 76
Family firms and internationalization: an exploratory study on high-tech entrepreneurial ventures 75
Intrinsic motivations and profit-oriented firms in open source software. Do firms practise what they preach? 75
How New technology Based firms cope with the current global crisis: a dynamic capabilities perspective 74
The effects of human and infrastructural capital on the entry rates of new-technology based firms at the local level 74
Does Free/Open Source Software enable new forms of entrepreneurship? An analysis of the start-ups created to exploit the business opportunities stemming from Free/Open Source Software. 74
CEO Departure in Cross Border M&As: Cultural Distance and the Moderating Role of International Experience 74
The organizational design of high-tech start-ups: State of the art and directions for future research 72
Organizing inter- and intra-firm networks: What is the impact on innovationperformance? 71
How can dynamic capabilities help young entrepreneurial ventures in high tech sectors to cope with the global crisis? 71
Sales and employment changes in entrepreneurial ventures with family ownership: Empirical evidence from high-tech industries 71
How university and industry knowledge interact to determine local entrepreneurship 71
What determines the creation of cleantech firms in a geographical area? The role of technological and institutional factors 70
L'allargamento dei ranghi manageriali nelle giovani imprese: il caso delle start-up ad alta tecnologia 69
Does local human capital boost the exploitation of university knowledge spillovers by prospective entrepreneurs? The case of the creation of innovative companies in Italy 69
Panel: Governance in open source projects and communities 69
How Entrepreneurs Accumulate Social Capital: Evidence from the High-End Fashion Industry. 69
Network externalities, incumbent's competitive advantage and the degree of openness of software start-ups 69
Why Crowdfunding Projects Can Succeed: The Role of Proponents’ Territorial Social Capital 68
How universities contribute to the creation of knowledge-intensive firms: detailed evidence on the Italian case 68
The creation of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures at the local level: The role of local competences and communication infrastructures 67
Open business models and venture capital finance 67
Open innovation and within-industry diversification in small and medium enterprises: The case of open source software firms 67
The sensitivity of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures' employment to a sales contraction in a negative growth scenario: The moderating role of venture capital financing 66
Firms' participation in Open Source projects: empirical evidence and research agenda 65
Comparing motivations of individual programmers and firms to take part in the open source movement. From community to business 65
Is open source software about innovation? collaborations with the open source community and innovation performance of software entrepreneurial ventures. 65
Exploring Organizational Configurations at the Level of the Top Management Team: A Contingency Analysis 65
The adoption of ICTs - Why does it differ across regions? 64
Absorbing knowledge from unconventional sources. How collaborations with the Open Source community shape the innovation performance of entrepreneurial ventures 64
Paper No.: 16040 Elective affinities: exploring the matching between entrepreneurs and investors in equity crowdfunding 64
Small-medium enterprises and innovative startups in entrepreneurial ecosystems: exploring an under-remarked relation 63
Explaining the Territorial Adoption of New Technologies: A Spatial Econometric Approach 62
How openness shapes the scope of Small and Medium Enterprises. An empirical investigation of the Italian software sector 62
Community Collaboration and Venture Capital Finance 62
An agent-based simulation model for the diffusion of busines to business e-selling: heterogeneity and critical mass 62
Cambiamenti strategici in risposta alla crisi e crescita delle giovani imprese ad alta tecnologia (Strategic changes in response to the crisis and growth of new technology-based firms) 61
Contributing to the common pool resources in Open Source software. A comparison between individuals and firms 61
Intrinsic vs. extrinsic incentives in profit-oriented firms supplying Open Source products and services 61
Investigating the mix of strategic choices and performance of transaction platforms: Evidence from the crowdfunding setting 61
Droni e logistica: cosa ci insegna la letteratura scientifica? 61
Entry strategies under competing standards: Hybrid business models in the open source software industry 60
Dynamic Capabilities During the Global Crisis: Evidence from Italian New Technology Based Firms 60
The creation of NTBFs at local level: the role of internal and external human capital networks 59
Does software firms' interaction with the Open Source communities enable firm diversification? 59
Software innovativeness. A comparison between proprietary and Free/Open Source solutions offered by Italian SMEs. 59
Licensing schemes in the production and distribution of Open Source software. An empirical investigation. 59
Science and innovation policy for the new knowledge economy 59
Dynamic capabilities and high-tech entrepreneurial ventures’ performance in the aftermath of an environmental jolt 59
A simulation model for the diffusion of a new technology in an environment populated by heterogeneous agents. The case of Business to Business (B2B) E-Commerce 58
Firms’ involvement in Open Source projects: a controversial role 58
Acquisition implementation process: Structural integration & acquired CEO replacement as interlinked design dimensions 58
Knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship: a comprehensive literature review 58
The impact of local and external university knowledge on the creation of knowledge-intensive firms: Evidence from the Italian case 58
Intrinsic motivations and profit-oriented firms in Open Source software. Do firms practise what they preach? 57
Organizing for Radical Innovation: Exploring Novel Insights 57
Economic perspectives on Open Source software 56
Evoluzione delle vendite e degli addetti durante la crisi: il caso delle start-up che operano in settori ad alta tecnologia 56
Totale 8.889
Categoria #
all - tutte 41.689
article - articoli 16.939
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 18.066
curatela - curatele 460
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 4.954
Totale 82.108


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019239 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 239
2019/20202.769 113 227 60 196 351 327 339 181 295 145 399 136
2020/20212.395 188 103 239 116 253 138 217 213 133 280 149 366
2021/20222.004 108 295 88 96 177 72 85 157 167 139 174 446
2022/20232.124 327 172 70 232 228 279 42 167 265 146 120 76
2023/20241.128 75 238 70 104 66 136 91 43 15 74 25 191
Totale 15.104