Leveraging intersections in management research and practice

  • Arabella Mocciaro Li Destri
Keywords: management

Abstract

This issue of the Sinergie - Italian Journal of Management contains the best papers presented at the Sinergie-SIMA 2021 Annual Conference titled “Leveraging Intersections in Management Research and Practice”, which was organized by the University of Palermo and took place online on June 10-11, 2021. The Conference was held online due to the ensuing conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic at the time. Though in 2021 the digital format imposed by the global sanitary conditions had a strong impact on the participation rates of many of the major international conferences, this meeting was largely participated, with around 350 participants, 52 full papers and 114  extended abstracts presented, and offered a rich and profound perspective of investigation on issues directly connected to the conference theme. A paper development workshop organized the day before the conference to help younger scholars progress in their studies also gathered significant traction and engaged participation…. To be continued

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Published
2022-08-31