Business for Society
The world of business and management is undergoing rapid and profound changes. Theories, practices and strategies that worked well in the past, apparently are no longer useful nowadays. Thus, institutional leaders, policy makers and managers are confronted by novel situations and challenges without historical precedent, that demand greater understanding in terms of theories, methods and approaches.
The Ph.D program in “Business for Society” is an integrated work and research program for those who are oriented towards making a significant contribution to the field of strategic management, innovation, and social responsibility.
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- highly qualified personnel in research and training institutions
- professionals in leading management and strategic consulting firms
- high level professional roles in national (ministries, regulatory authorities, local public institutions) and international (EIB, IMF, World Bank, European Commission, European Central Bank) public institutions with a focus on project management and monitoring; policy intervention design and policy evaluation;
- managerial roles in multinational companies, mainly in departments dealing with R&D, human resources, corporate social responsibility, investor and external relations, marketing and communication;
- entrepreneurs or highly qualified personnel in innovative start-ups, social businesses, and benefit corporations.
- High level professional roles in NGOs operating in Italy or abroad in different context, mainly as project designers, project managers and evaluators, as well as project and scenario analysts.
Our academically rigorous courses introduce students to the latest concepts in management research and help them develop the skills they need not only to carry out their research projects but also to manage the ongoing technological, economic and social transformations, through a strong cooperation with the business world and the civil society.
Analyzing a complex phenomenon requires an important effort of collaboration between several scientific disciplines. The multidisciplinary approach, in fact, is certainly the richest and most fruitful in terms of real and substantial understanding of the changes that characterize the contemporary context.
Disciplines most involved are business economics in all its articulations – management, organization, strategy, and marketing – law and solid foundations of economics and analytical and quantitative methods.
Students can customize their study plan depending on their research interests from the second year onwards.
|ARRIGO||Elisa||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|BONGINI||Paola Agnese||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|BUZZACCHI||Camilla||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|CALCIOLARI||Stefano||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|COMI||Smona Lorena||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|DONI||Federica||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|LIBERATI||Caterina||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|MARAFIOTI||Elisabetta||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|MATTASSOGLIO||Francesca||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|MAZZUCCHELLI||Alice||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|NUZZO||Gabriele||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|OLIVERO||Nadia||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|PAGANI||Laura||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|PIEROTTI||Maria Rita||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|RAFFIOTTA||Edoardo Carlo||University of Bologna|
|RESMINI||Laura Santa||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|ROSSOLINI||Monica||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|SANCINO||Alessandro||University of Milano-Bicocca|
|CALLAHAN||Richard||University of San Francisco|
|BARBOZA||Gustavo||Loyola University, New Orleans|
|GASCO HERNANDEZ||Mila||University of Albany, SUNY|
|MAROUN||Warren||Wits University Joanneesburg|
|ONGARO||Edoardo||OPEN University, UK|
|PIANEZZI||Daniela||University of ESSEX, UK|
|VENERI||Paolo||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)|