Rosa Caiazza

Professor of Management

Rosa Caiazza is PhD in Management and professor of Management at Parthenope University of Naples. She served as a board member for Academy of Management Perspective, Academy of Management Perspective, Small Business Economics, Management Decision, Journal of Management Development, Trends in Food Science & Technology, Corporate Governance and many other top-tier academic journals. She was visiting researcher at Wharton University of Philadelphia (USA). She was chairman of many EIASM Conferences and recipient of several ‘Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence’. She is the author of many articles on corporate governance, entrepreneurship, innovation and M&A published in top-tier academic journals such as Journal of Technology transfer, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Business Process Management Journal and Journal of Management Development

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Biography

Rosa Caiazza is PhD in Management and professor of Management at Parthenope University of Naples. She served as a board member for Academy of Management Perspective, Academy of Management Perspective, Small Business Economics, Management Decision, Journal of Management Development, Trends in Food Science & Technology, Corporate Governance and many other top-tier academic journals. She was visiting researcher at Wharton University of Philadelphia (USA). She was chairman of many EIASM Conferences and recipient of several ‘Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence’. She is the author of many articles on corporate governance, entrepreneurship, innovation and M&A published in top-tier academic journals such as Journal of Technology transfer, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Business Process Management Journal and Journal of Management Development

SOTA Review

What Supports the Adoption of Innovations Within Established (non-frontier) Firms? SOTA No 5

The adoption of innovations can be strongly path-dependent and self-reinforcing in established firms. Policy can play a role in shifting the adoption of innovations away from existing technological trajectories towards new, more effective, innovations. This may have positive impacts on growth and productivity. This review addresses the following questions: What are the factors that affect technology change or inertia in established firms? What role can policy-makers play in over-coming such inertia?

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  • Innovation