Federica Massa Saluzzo
Federica Massa Saluzzo received her bachelor in Business Administration from Bocconi University, her Ph.D. from IESE Business School, and her post-doc from the University of Bologna. She joined EADA in 2016 where she is a professor of strategic management. Before entering academia she worked as a strategy consultant. Her research examines how social value is created among stakeholders operating in the same ecosystem and has been published in top journals. Her research interests also include sustainable fashion and social innovation.
Economic Sociology, Social Innovation, Organizations & Communities, Nonprofits
Ph D - Doctor of Philosophy | , IESE Business School
BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration | , Bocconi University
Asociación Moda Sostenible Barcelona - MSBCN
Academy of Management - AoM
Adjunct Professor, IESEG Paris (2015-)
Adjunct Professor, Pompeo Fabra University (2011-2016)
Research Assistant, Bocconi University (2007-2009)
Consultant, Innext (2005-2007)
Journal Article, Scholarly
MASSA SALUZZO, F. , , . (2016). UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN THE STUDY OF GRAND CHALLENGES: HOW NONPROFITS, INSTITUTIONAL ACTORS, AND THE COMMUNITY FABRIC INTERACT TO INFLUENCE INCOME INEQUALITY. : Academy of Management Journal.