When the whole network is too broad and the single company is too narrow, we need subnetworks in multinational enterprises

Author: Paolo Carminati (Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Bergamo) Hello “Young SCholars”, pleased to meet you! I’m Paolo, and I have recently completed my PhD experience at the Department of Management, Information and Production Engineering of the University of Bergamo. In the last three years, I had the privilege to be part of theContinue reading “When the whole network is too broad and the single company is too narrow, we need subnetworks in multinational enterprises”

Dedicated to “Absolute beginners”

Authors: Alexandra Lagorio and Albachiara Boffelli With today’s article, we would like to inaugurate a new column dedicated to who is just starting in the world of research, perhaps starting a research fellowship (as often happens in Italy) or a PhD program. We have tried to think about the best pieces of advice we haveContinue reading “Dedicated to “Absolute beginners””

Online conferences: an unbiased perspective

Author: Jacopo Colombo (Ph.D. student @ University of Bergamo) Hello to all Young Scholar readers! This is Jacopo Colombo, a first-year PhD student at the University of Bergamo. Today I am going to tell you about my experience with online conferences. Before I get into it, I would like to take a few minutes toContinue reading “Online conferences: an unbiased perspective”

A tale of two countries: Italy and Sweden

Authors: Albachiara Boffelli and Lorenzo Bruno Prataviera (Politecnico di Milano) The visiting period is a common step in an Italian PhD student journey. It is usually a tough but very rewarding experience. In this article, Albachiara and Lorenzo share their common visiting experience at the Department of Industrial Management and Logistics of Lund University inContinue reading “A tale of two countries: Italy and Sweden”