Dossier. The Context
What’s Behind Artificial Intelligence?
How to Create Value with the Data Economy
Innovation and Algorithms, To Be Managed with Care
Advanced Analytics for Managerial Decision
Challenges and Solutions for the Banking Sector
Skills, Ethics, and Safety in the Service of Health
The Benefits of Algorithms in Business Organization
Data Scientists: Who They Are, What They Do, and How They Do It
Focus. The State vs. The Market?
Nationalizations and Privatizations from a Historical Perspective
The Bumpy Road of the Exit from the Mixed Economy
Public Administration and Meritocracy between Myth and Reality
Value Strategies and Cost Deductibility for Intragroup Services
Strategy & Entrepreneurship
Italy-China Cooperation: Analysis of a Case of Stakeholder Management
The Italian Automotive Sector between Innovation and Business Networks
The economic crisis that has hit the automotive sector due to the Covid-19 pandemic has had significant effects on supply and demand, de facto accelerating the technological transition and paradigm shift that had already begun in this sector. The Italian supply chain has accumulated a significant gap over the years compared to its international competitors in terms of research and development and innovation, now finding itself at a disadvantage with respect to the acceleration of the technological transition underway. The recovery of competitiveness in this sector in coming years will also depend on the system's ability to react in a coordinated and collaborative manner, aiming to exploit areas of excellence and specific territorial advantages.