Lucio Biggiero

Lucio Biggiero is Coordinator of the MEFORM Unit (Formal and Computational Methods for Research and Experimentation in Natural and Social Sciences) at CIRPS, and member of various scientific associations and wrote papers on several journals, and contributed to various books into the fields of economics and management sciences. His main interests are in the following fields: innovation diffusion in inter-firm networks and in industrial clusters; knowledge creation and transfer in R&D collaboration networks; local development and regional systems; international trade and global production networks; (inter-)organizational design theory and methods; coordination theory; socio-cognitive aspects of organizational behaviour; behavioural theory of decision making and cognitive bias; organizational consequences of computer-mediated communication; methodology and epistemology of economics and management sciences. He applies the following main methodologies: economic and social network analysis; dynamic network analysis; agent-based simulation models; statistical and multivariate data analysis; structural equation modelling; outranking methods in multi-criteria decision making.


Relational Methodologies and Epistemology in Economics and Management Sciences
Lucio Biggiero, Pier Paolo Angelini, Mario Basevi, Nunzia Carbonara, Antonio Mastrogiorgio, Eliano Pessa, Enrico Sevi, Marco Valente. © 2016. 485 pages.
The social sciences, especially economics, management, and organizational science, are experiencing a tremendous renewed interest for their epistemological and methodological...