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Gabriella Arcese published an article in April 2019.
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Maria Claudia Lucchetti

17 shared publications

Department of Business Studies, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy

Roberto Merli

11 shared publications

Department of Business Studies, Roma Tre University, Via Silvio D'Amico, 77, 00145 Rome, Italy

Olimpia Martucci

4 shared publications

Department of Business Studies, Roma Tre University, Via Silvio D’Amico, 77-00145 Rome, Italy

Serena Flammini

4 shared publications

Giuseppe Campagna

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Social Aspects in the Wine Sector: Comparison between Social Life Cycle Assessment and VIVA Sustainable Wine Project Ind... Olimpia Martucci, Gabriella Arcese, Chiara Montauti, Alessia... Published: 16 April 2019
Resources, doi: 10.3390/resources8020069
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When examining the triple bottom line approach (TBL) in regard to sustainability, social aspects are the less explored in the context of wine production. This paper analyzes the social sustainability assessment tools available for companies who need to consider their social impacts. For this purpose, we started from the analysis conducted in the work, which was the integration between the territory indicator of VIVA project “Sustainable Wine”, which is the sustainable wine project and social life cycle assessment analysis for the wine sector. In this study, the social life cycle assessment (S-LCA) methodology was compared with the VIVA certification requirements for Italian wine production. The main research objective was to analyze differences and similarities between the two indicator sets for the evaluation of the social aspects related to this sector. Starting from a general introduction to the agri-food and wine sector, we provide an overview of the VIVA project and of the S-LCA for the assessment methodology. Subsequently, we focus on the wine sector and the main players involved, as well as the primary production phases. Finally, we compare the two tools—the S-LCA and the VIVA project—and discuss the main differences between the two instruments and the possibilities for future works to develop the integration of these indicators sets to broader the analyses of the socioeconomic impacts of the wine sector.
Article 0 Reads 0 Citations S-LCA applications: a case studies analysis Maria C. Lucchetti, Gabriella Arcese, Marzia Traverso, Chiar... Published: 12 December 2018
E3S Web of Conferences, doi: 10.1051/e3sconf/20187410009
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Article 5 Reads 1 Citation Business model configuration and dynamics for technology commercialization in mature markets Serena Flammini, Gabriella Arcese, Maria Claudia Lucchetti, ... Published: 06 November 2017
British Food Journal, doi: 10.1108/BFJ-03-2017-0125
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The food industry is a well-established and complex industry. New entrants attempting to penetrate it via the commercialization of a new technological innovation could face high uncertainty and constraints. The capability to innovate through collaboration and to identify suitable strategies and innovative business models (BMs) can be particularly important for bringing a technological innovation to this market. However, although the potential for these capabilities has been advocated, we still lack a complete understanding of how new ventures could support the technology commercialization process via the development of BMs. The paper aims to discuss these issues. To address this gap, this paper builds a conceptual framework that knits together the different bodies of extant literature (i.e. entrepreneurship, strategy and innovation) to analyze the BM innovation processes associated with the exploitation of emerging technologies; determines the suitability of the framework using data from the exploratory case study of IT IS 3D – a firm which has started to exploit 3D printing in the food industry; and improves the initial conceptual framework with the findings that emerged in the case study. From this analysis it emerged that: companies could use more than one BM at a time; hence, BM innovation processes could co-exist and be run in parallel; the facing of high uncertainty might lead firms to choose a closed and/or a familiar BM, while explorative strategies could be pursued with open BMs; significant changes in strategies during the technology commercialization process are not necessarily reflected in a radical change in the BM; and firms could deliberately adopt interim strategies and BMs as means to identify the more suitable ones to reach the market. This case study illustrates how firms could innovate the processes of their BM development to face the uncertainties linked with the entry into a mature and highly conservative industry (food).
Article 7 Reads 6 Citations Modeling Social Life Cycle Assessment framework for the Italian wine sector Gabriella Arcese, Maria Claudia Lucchetti, Ilaria Massa Published: 01 January 2017
Journal of Cleaner Production, doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.06.137
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Article 5 Reads 0 Citations Cultural visitors' engagement and augmented reality: an empirical investigation Giovanni Mattia, Roberta Guglielmetti Mugion, Laura Di Pietr... Published: 01 January 2017
International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making, doi: 10.1504/IJEPDM.2017.10004243
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Article 13 Reads 2 Citations Cultural visitors' engagement and augmented reality: an empirical investigation Laura Di Pietro, Roberta Guglielmetti Mugion, Gabriella Arce... Published: 01 January 2017
International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making, doi: 10.1504/IJEPDM.2017.083920
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