Visiting Researchers

Ginevra GRAVILI, PhD Professor,  University of Salento, Department of Economics

  • Period:  15 December 2017 – 15 June 2018
  • Topic: The impact of quality of public institutions and policies on the level of trust in the context of New Public Management
  • Bio: Ginevra Gravili graduated in Economic Studies in 1992 and she achieved  PhD in Management and Organization in 1996. Since 2002, she is professor of Organization Theory at University of Salento, Department of Economics, Lecce, Italy. She has written numerous books with national and international editors and articles. Her research areas examine: sme’s, knowledge sharing, social recruitment, HRM of public administration, ICT, social media communication, supply chain management and sustainability in HRM.


Marco BENVENUTO, PhD Researcher, University of Salento, Department of Economics

  • Period: 15 December 2017 – 15 June 2018
  • Topic: Health Patient Costing Project (HPCP) – A model for social-economic management of a Poly-chronic patient.
  • Bio: Marco Benvenuto graduated in Economics and Business at the University of Salento. He had undertaken a specialization path in Economics and Management in Health, starting from the training offered by the ESTRIS Master (Expert of Innovation Transfer in Health) that ISBEM organize as result of a MIUR research announcement. After the Master he won a PhD at University of Pisa on the subject of “Technology for Health: evaluation of management innovations in the biomedical field”, at the University of Pisa. My academic work in this field of research led me to collaborate with prestigious Universities and Schools of High-level Specialization including the University of Pisa, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, the Universities of Oslo and Antwerp, the University of Foggia, Tor Vergata, the University of Salento, Nostra Signora del Buon consiglio Università of Tirana and LUM Jean Monet.
    Since 2015, he is researcher and aggregate professor of Management of Public Administration at University of Salento, Economics Department. He has written numerous scientific articles with national and international editors. His research area examine: accounting, management in health care and  risk management.




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