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Richard Leoncini

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna

Riccardo Leoncini is Full Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna and Research Associate at IRCrES-CNR of the Italian National Research Council. He has been recently awarded a Senior Fellowship at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) of the University of Freiburg. He is currently member of the Board of the School of Law of the University of Bologna and member of the Faculty of the Doctoral Programme in Law and European Economics at the University of Bologna, of which he has been the Coordinator from 2010 to 2013. His main interests cover the economics of innovation and the theory of the firm, on which he has published extensively on leading journals.

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How to Learn From Failure. Organizational Creativity, Learning, Innovation and the Benefit of Failure

by Riccardo Leoncini

There are many aspects of failure that could be of value to the organization performance. Failures are results that do not confirm previous expectations and...

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