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Cristina Marullo


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Cristina is a PhD Candidate researching on R&D and innovation performance in Technology-Based Firms.  Actually she’s interested in alliances, open innovation and firms’ performance. In particular, she looks at the costs and the opportunities of R&D collaborations both in SMEs and in large enterprises.

Cristina has a BA in Economics from Università degli Studi di Firenze.

Had previous working experiences as a junior analyst at Unioncamere Toscana, Firenze (regional innovation economics) and as an independent researcher on virtual enterprises and ICT-enabled development for public government research centres. 

Marullo C. De Marco C. Di Minin A. Piccaluga A. "The hidden costs of Open Innovation in SMEs. From Theory to practice"
2nd World Open Innovation Conference, 19-20 nov 2015, Santa Clara (CA)

De Marco C. Marullo C. Di Minin A. "Open Innovation 2.0 Strategies and New Open Business Models. Case studies from Europe".
R&D Management Conference, 24-26 june 2015, Pisa (IT)

Di Minin A. Marullo C. Piccaluga A.  "Heterogeneous determinants of SMEs growth. A comparative look at Open, Closed and User-Led Innovation Strategies in High Tech"
1st World Open Innovation Conference, 4-5 dec 2014, Napa (CA)

Casprini E. Marullo C. and Di Minin A. (2014) "Start-ups survival: do Business Models matter?"
R&D Management Conference 2014 proceedings
June 3-6, 2014 Stuttgard (DE)

Marullo C. Di Minin A. and Piccaluga A. (2014) "Born Open? A look at Open Innovation from the perspective of HTSFs"
R&D Management Conference 2014 proceedings
June 3-6, 2014 Stuttgard (DE)

Marullo C. and Piccaluga A. (2013) "How to invest in R&D during a crisis? Evidences from high-tech SMEs"
R&D Management Conference 2013 proceedings
June 26-28, 2013 Manchester (UK)


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