I am a PhD candidate in Management at the NYU Stern School of Business. My research interests lie at the intersection of institutional, entrepreneurship, and sustainability theories. Specifically, I am concerned with identifying the micro-processes behind the development of new fields, markets, and movements, as well as the elements underlying institutional variation and heterogeneity of vocabularies, meanings, and practices.
Prior to joining academia, I worked in Italy and Europe as a management consultant for Deloitte and Arthur D. Little. In the United States, I did research for the New York office of Corriere della Sera, the leading Italian newspaper, and for the public affairs firm APCO Worldwide.
- Qualitative research (ethnography)
- Institutional theory
- Field emergence
- Practice variation
- Meaning making
- M.S., with Distinction, in Public Relations and Corporate Communications, New York University
- Post-Graduate Diploma, Cum Laude, in Economics, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy
- B.S., Cum Laude, in Business Administration, University of Pisa, Italy