Alessandro Marra
Alessandro Marra
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University D'Annunzio
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A network analysis using metadata to investigate innovation in clean-tech–Implications for energy policy
A Marra, P Antonelli, L Dell’Anna, C Pozzi
Energy Policy 86, 17-26, 2015
Internal regulation by mixed enterprises: The case of the Italian water sector
A Marra
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 78 (2), 245-275, 2007
Emerging green-tech specializations and clusters–A network analysis on technological innovation at the metropolitan level
A Marra, P Antonelli, C Pozzi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 67, 1037-1046, 2017
Local Mixed Companies: The Theory and Practive in an International Perspective
NF Cruz, RC Marques, A Marra, C Pozzi
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 85 (1), 1-9, 2014
Emerging technological trajectories and new mobility solutions. A large-scale investigation on transport-related innovative start-ups and implications for policy
E Cassetta, A Marra, C Pozzi, P Antonelli
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 106, 1-11, 2017
Digital technologies for social innovation: an empirical recognition on the new enablers
R Maiolini, A Marra, C Baldassarri, V Carlei
Journal of technology management & innovation 11 (4), 22-28, 2016
Knowledge sharing and scientific cooperation in the design of research-based policies: The case of the circular economy
A Marra, M Mazzocchitti, A Sarra
Journal of cleaner production 194, 800-812, 2018
Mixed Public-private Enterprise in Europe: Economic Theory and an Empirical Analysis of Italian Water Utilities
A Marra
College of Europe, 2006
Institutional environment and partial privatizations: policy implications for local governments
A Marra, V Carlei
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 85 (1), 31-52, 2014
Are mobile and fixed broadband substitutes or complements? New empirical evidence from Italy and implications for the digital divide policies
D Quaglione, N Matteucci, D Furia, A Marra, C Pozzi
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 71, 100823, 2020
Public Governance, Human Capital and Environmental Outcomes: an Analysis Based on Self‐Organizing Maps
V Carlei, A Marra, C Pozzi
Environmental Policy and Governance 22 (2), 116-126, 2012
The path to renewable energy consumption in the European Union through drivers and barriers: A panel vector autoregressive approach
A Marra, E Colantonio
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 76, 100958, 2021
Exploring networks of proximity for partner selection, firms' collaboration and knowledge exchange. The case of clean‐tech industry
A Marra, V Carlei, C Baldassari
Business Strategy and the Environment 29 (3), 1034-1044, 2020
Emerging specialisations and software metropolitan clusters-a comparative network analysis on San Francisco, New York and London
A Marra, E Cassetta, P Antonelli
International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development …, 2017
Incomplete antitrust laws and private actions for damages
A Marra, A Sarra
European Journal of law and Economics 30 (2), 111-135, 2010
An assessment of the role of cultural capital on sustainable mobility behaviours: Conceptual framework and empirical evidence
D Quaglione, E Cassetta, A Crociata, A Marra, A Sarra
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 66, 24-34, 2019
Emerging specializations, competences and firms' proximity in digital industries: The case of London
F Losurdo, A Marra, E Cassetta, U Monarca, I Dileo, V Carlei
Papers in Regional Science 98 (2), 737-753, 2019
Innovazione sociale: un'indagine del fenomeno nelle industrie ad alto contenuto tecnologico
R Maiolini, A Marra, M Luciani
L'industria 36 (4), 535-552, 2015
Data analytics nel comparto high-tech statunitense: impatti, evoluzione e tutela della privacy
A Marra, M Luciani, P Antonelli
L'industria 35 (2), 319-338, 2014
Are Monetary Incentives Enough to Boost Actions for Damages in the European Union? On the Relevance of Incompleteness of Laws and Evidentiary Requirements
A Sarra, A Marra
World Competition 31 (3), 2008
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