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“Prof Rattalino is Executive Vice-President and Dean for Student Experience of ESCP Business School and he simultaneously serves as Dean of the Turin Campus. Under his decade of leadership, the Turin Campus grew almost six times in students, got accredited by the Italian Minister of Education University and Research as Foreign University, and in 2024 the campus will move to a 6,000 sqm new state of the art campus in the city center of Turin.

His published research focuses on strategy execution, sustainability, family business and internationalisation theory, with a focus on how family firms survive over long period of time and internationalise their business.

Rattalino is in the steering committee of the NEWLEAD (Innovative Leadership and Change Management in Higher Education) consortium, an Erasmus+ funded initiative aimed at equipping university leaders to successfully steer complex institutional transformation agendas.

Prof. Rattalino received his MSc cum laude and PhD in Business Administration from the University of Turin. He is also an alumnus of the GLOCOLL Program at Harvard Business School.

Prior to academia, he worked for large multinational companies in the Netherlands, UK, USA and Italy and he also an active entrepreneur, having developed and invested in several start-ups.”

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Chapters

2022

PUCCIARELLI, F., F. VENUTI, F. RATTALINO

Is higher education hybrid-ready or not? An open call for business schools’ ongoing dual transformation

In: The Future of Business Schools, Rico J. Baldegger, Ayman El Tarabishy, David B. Audretsch, Dafna Kariv, Katia Passerini, Wee-Liang Tan Edward Elgar, 246-260

Chapters

2022

VENUTI, F., F. PUCCIARELLI, F. RATTALINO

The Importance of the International and Social Dimensions of Learning in the Post-COVID Higher Education: The Case of ESCP Business School

In: Borderlands: The Internationalisation of Higher Education Teaching Practices, Lock, D., Caputo, A., Hack-Polay, D., Igwe, P. Springer, 221-235

Academic Articles

2021

KANO, L., L. CIRAVEGNA, F. RATTALINO

The family as a platform for FSA development: Enriching new internalization theory with insights from family firm research

JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 52 (1), 148–160 pp.

ESCP Impact Papers

2021

LANTERI, A., F. RATTALINO

Bitcoin must become more sustainable, for its own good (as well as the planet’s)

ESCP Impact Papers, 2021-38-EN

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Media

2021

LANTERI, A., F. RATTALINO

Bitcoin must become more sustainable, for its own good (as well as the planet’s)

MIT Technology Review, Arabia

Academic Articles

2020

CIRAVEGNA, L., L. KANO, F. RATTALINO, A. VERBEKE

Corporate Diplomacy and Family Firm Longevity

ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE, 44(1), 109-133

ESCP Impact Papers

2020

SYDOW, A., F. RATTALINO

Two sides of the same coin: Why entrepreneurs can transform the crisis into business opportunities to create more impactful and long-lasting ventures

ESCP Impact Papers, 2020-37-EN

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Conference Proceedings

2019

CANOVI, M., F. RATTALINO, L. CIRAVEGNA

Identity Activation: How Family Owners’ Social and Personal Identities shape Corporate Entrepreneurship in Family Firms

International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA)

Conference Proceedings

2019

CANOVI, M., F. RATTALINO, L. CIRAVEGNA

How Family Owners’ Social and Personal Identities shape Corporate Entrepreneurship in Family Firms

Academy of Management (AOM)

Conference Proceedings

2019

CIRAVEGNA, L., F. RATTALINO, L. KANO

The Smiling Curve of Value Creation in Family MNEs: The Impact of Bifurcation Bias

Academy of International Business (AIB)