Digital transformation and data management

Francesco Bellini, Fabrizio D’Ascenzo (edited by)

Volume 22,80


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2021 • 17x24 cm • 288 pages • paperback binding


The book addresses the issues of digital transformation and information management from a technical-economic perspective. The text is addressed to university students but also to managers for understanding the complexity of the challenges proposed by new digital technologies and introduce the tools for managing data coming from the business and living environments.


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Francesco Bellini is Professor of Digital Transformation and Data Management at the Faculty of Economics of the Sapienza University of Rome. He trained as economist (Degree in Economics, MSc in Economics and Management of Technological Change, PhD in Innovation Management) and gained more than 25 years of experience in consultancy as well as research and innovation projects at national and EU level, working at the crossroad between innovation, entrepreneurship and finance. He is founding partner of Eurokleis consultancy company and visiting professor in international universities. He worked in more than 30 EC R&I projects coordinating 4 of international research consortia. He published more than 100 articles and books.
Fabrizio D’Ascenzo is Full Professor of Production Cycle Technology and Business Information Systems at the Faculty of Economics of the Sapienza University of Rome. He is Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Director of the “ImpreSapiens” Research and Services Centre at the Sapienza University and Delegate of the Rector of the Sapienza University for relations with companies. He is President of the Master’s degree Course in Economics and Communication for Management and Innovation of the Faculty of Economics and Director of the Sapienza Master’s Course in “Europrogettazione e Professioni Europee”. He is the Italian head of the Master’s degree course in “Economy of Enterprises and International Integration” (EE2i)”, conducted in collaboration with the University of Economics (UNECON) in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is responsible for the Sapienza agreements with the University of California – Berkeley and the MGIMO University of Moscow. He is author and co-author of over two hundred books and articles published in Italy and abroad.



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