The Italian Academy of Management (Accademia Italianadi Economia Aziendale (AIDEA)), which was founded inBologna during July 1813, is one of the oldest academic societiesin the world. On the occasion of celebrating its bicentenary,the AIDEA held a conference in Lecce, Italy, duringSeptember 2013 for AIDEA members and internationalscholars to present their research within six major areas:Economia Aziendale, Ragioneria ed Economia Aziendalein Italia, Accounting, Management & Organization, PublicManagement, and Banking & Finance. The theme of theconference—The Firm’s Role in the Economy: Does aGrowth-Oriented Business Model Exist?—was in responseto the global crisis that has raised new questions and challengesthat scholars are trying to resolve, including howacademic and professional studies can provide strategies onhelping firms and markets contribute to economic growth.In order to support the conference theme, the performancemanagement track focused in part on how organizationaland interinstitutional performance management within thecontext of public administration can support sustainableeconomic and community growth.
|Numero di pagine||2|
|Rivista||International Journal of Public Administration|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|
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