Lucia Piscitello focuses on Multinational corporation, Industrial organization, Empirical evidence, Economic geography and Internationalization. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including International trade and Externality. Her International trade research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Host country and International economics.
Her work in Industrial organization addresses issues such as Competitive advantage, which are connected to fields such as Opportunism, Complementary assets, Transaction cost and Firm offer. Her Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Panel data, Restructuring and Regional integration. Her research in Internationalization intersects with topics in Family business, International business and Competence.
Her primary areas of study are Multinational corporation, Industrial organization, Economic geography, International trade and Internationalization. Her work on Subsidiary as part of general Multinational corporation study is frequently linked to Empirical evidence, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Productivity, Competitive advantage, Corporate governance and Offshoring.
Her Economic geography study incorporates themes from Economy and Diversity. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Competition and International trade. Her Internationalization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as International business, Public policy, Incentive, Market economy and Economic system.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Multinational corporation, Industrial organization, International business, Sub saharan and Economic geography. Her Multinational corporation study focuses on Subsidiary in particular. Her work on Absorptive capacity as part of general Industrial organization research is often related to Empirical evidence, thus linking different fields of science.
Her studies in International business integrate themes in fields like Family business, Marketing, Corporate governance and International trade. Her International trade research includes elements of TRIPS architecture, TRIPS Agreement, Knowledge Search and Parent company. In her study, Economic growth is strongly linked to Entrepreneurship, which falls under the umbrella field of Economic geography.
Lucia Piscitello mainly investigates Multinational corporation, International business, Industrial organization, Panel data and Mode choice. Her Multinational corporation study combines topics in areas such as Demographic economics, Information asymmetry, Control, Tertiary sector of the economy and Preference. Her International business study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Greenfield project, Family business, Marketing and Labour economics.
Her work in the fields of Marketing, such as Competitive advantage, overlaps with other areas such as Industrial Revolution. Her study in Industrial organization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Subsidiary and Offshoring. Her Panel data research incorporates elements of Development economics, Knowledge Search, International trade, Developing country and Parent company.
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Information Costs and Location of FDIs within the Host Country: Empirical Evidence from Italy
Sergio Mariotti;Lucia Piscitello.
Journal of International Business Studies (1995)
Accumulating technological competence: its changing impact on corporate diversification and internationalization
J Cantwell;L Piscitello.
Industrial and Corporate Change (2000)
Recent Location of Foreign-owned Research and Development Activities by Large Multinational Corporations in the European Regions: The Role of Spillovers and Externalities
John Cantwell;Lucia Piscitello.
Regional Studies (2005)
The location of technological activities of MNCs in European regions: the role of spillovers and local competencies
John Cantwell;Lucia Piscitello;Lucia Piscitello.
Journal of International Management (2002)
The entry mode choice of MNEs: an evolutionary approach
Marco Alberto Mutinelli;L. Piscitello;L. Piscitello.
Research Policy (1998)
Internationalization in the information age: A new era for places, firms, and international business networks?
Juan Alcácer;John Cantwell;Lucia Piscitello.
Journal of International Business Studies (2016)
Corporate diversification, coherence and economic performance
Industrial and Corporate Change (2004)
Spatial agglomeration of multinational enterprises: the role of information externalities and knowledge spillovers
Sergio Giovanni Mariotti;Lucia Piscitello;Stefano Elia.
Journal of Economic Geography (2010)
The Emergence of Corporate International Networks for the Accumulation of Dispersed Technological Capabilities
John Cantwell;Lucia Piscitello.
Management International Review (1999)
Reverse knowledge transfer in MNEs: : subsidiary innovativeness and entry modes
Ram Mudambi;Lucia Piscitello;Larissa Rabbiosi.
Long Range Planning (2014)
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