Tortia, Ermanno Celeste
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.745
EU - Europa 1.398
AS - Asia 372
AF - Africa 15
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 15
OC - Oceania 7
SA - Sud America 7
Totale 6.559
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.731
IT - Italia 512
UA - Ucraina 222
SE - Svezia 199
CN - Cina 145
FI - Finlandia 98
GB - Regno Unito 97
BG - Bulgaria 92
VN - Vietnam 92
DE - Germania 88
SG - Singapore 32
FR - Francia 24
PH - Filippine 20
TR - Turchia 18
EU - Europa 15
IN - India 13
CA - Canada 12
NL - Olanda 10
PK - Pakistan 10
HK - Hong Kong 9
RU - Federazione Russa 9
AT - Austria 8
IE - Irlanda 8
MY - Malesia 8
SA - Arabia Saudita 8
AU - Australia 7
BE - Belgio 7
ES - Italia 6
KE - Kenya 6
GR - Grecia 4
HU - Ungheria 4
CL - Cile 3
IL - Israele 3
LY - Libia 3
RO - Romania 3
BR - Brasile 2
CH - Svizzera 2
GE - Georgia 2
ID - Indonesia 2
IR - Iran 2
JP - Giappone 2
MW - Malawi 2
RS - Serbia 2
TZ - Tanzania 2
UG - Uganda 2
AR - Argentina 1
CY - Cipro 1
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 1
DK - Danimarca 1
EC - Ecuador 1
JM - Giamaica 1
JO - Giordania 1
KR - Corea 1
MX - Messico 1
PL - Polonia 1
SY - Repubblica araba siriana 1
TH - Thailandia 1
TW - Taiwan 1
Totale 6.559
Città #
Fairfield 523
Chandler 519
Jacksonville 496
Ann Arbor 483
Ashburn 310
Wilmington 301
Woodbridge 271
Houston 236
Seattle 195
Cambridge 187
San Mateo 171
Princeton 166
Trento 132
Beijing 95
Sofia 92
Dong Ket 66
New York 65
San Diego 56
Fremont 49
Dearborn 38
Lawrence 36
Boardman 33
Bremen 30
Helsinki 26
Milan 25
Norwalk 17
Como 15
Prato 15
Falls Church 14
Rome 13
Bolzano 12
Düsseldorf 12
Florence 11
Verona 11
Ancona 10
Dallas 10
Washington 10
Altamura 9
Los Angeles 9
Nanjing 9
Cento 8
Des Moines 8
Kuala Lumpur 8
Leicester 8
London 8
Mandaluyong City 8
Singapore 8
Brescia 7
Halle 7
Izmir 7
Napoli 7
Rovigo 7
Andover 6
Dammam 6
Lubbock 6
Toronto 6
Vienna 6
Central 5
Hefei 5
Kocaeli 5
Phoenix 5
Pisa 5
San Francisco 5
San Paolo di Civitate 5
Trieste 5
Cagayan de Oro 4
Caldogno 4
Hounslow 4
Kilburn 4
Kunming 4
Le Relecq 4
Maastricht 4
Muggiò 4
Surat 4
Tappahannock 4
Venice 4
Vicenza 4
York 4
Almería 3
Budapest 3
Cebu City 3
Chicago 3
Costa Mesa 3
Dosson 3
Guangzhou 3
Laurel 3
Lessolo 3
Mezzocorona 3
Mountain View 3
Nairobi 3
Ottawa 3
Paris 3
Recanati 3
Redwood City 3
Rovereto 3
San Donato Val Di Comino 3
San Jose 3
Shenyang 3
Termoli 3
Udine 3
Totale 5.057
Nome #
The notion of social responsibility in social enterprises and non-profit organizations 194
Do art experts (bohemians) attract high-skilled professionals? Evidence from panel data in German regions 171
Agricultural cooperatives 157
A “Human Growth” Perspective on Organizational Resources, Worker Satisfaction and Firm Performance 153
Organizational Variety in Market Economies and the Role of Cooperative and Social Enterprises: A Plea for Economic Pluralism 152
Applying the Mobius Strip Model to Corporate Social Responsibility: Survey-Based Findings from Italian Social Enterprises 134
The extended governance of cooperative firms: inter-firm coordination and consistency of values 132
Social responsibility in non-investor-owned organisations 125
Human resource management practices and organizational performance. The mediator role of immaterial satisfaction in Italian Social Cooperatives 115
Creativity and institution building: the case of Italian social cooperatives 114
The Firm as a Common. Non-Divided Ownership, Patrimonial Stability and Longevity of Co-Operative Enterprises 114
Territorial Governance and the Social Economy in Migrants’ Reception. The Case of Romagna Faentina in Central Italy 109
Editorial: Background and Further Perspectives on Social Innovation in Social Enterprises 107
Dalla cooperazione mutualistica alla cooperazione per la produzione di beni di interesse collettivo 103
Employer moral hazard and wage rigidity. The case of worker ownedand investor owned firms 100
The Firm as a Common. The Case of the Accumulation and Use of Capital Resources in Co-operative Enterprises 99
Worker Motivations, Job Satisfaction, and Loyalty in Public and Nonprofit Social Services 95
From the neoliberal to the participatory firm: employee participation through industrial relations and governance in Australia and Italy 95
Incentives, Job satisfaction and Performance: Empirical Evidence in Italian Social Enterprises 94
Equilibrium unemployment as a worker insurance device: wage setting in worker owned enterprises 93
Worker well-being and perceived fairness: Survey-based findings from Italy 92
Accumulation of Capital and Divisible Reserves in Labour Managed Firms 92
Do cooperative enterprises create social trust? 92
The Silver Lining of Co-operation: Self-defined rules, common resources, motivations, and incentives in co-operative firms 92
The Internal and External Governance of Cooperatives: Membership and Consistency of Values 89
Testing the distributive effects of social enterprises: The case of Italy 89
The Growth of Organizational Variety in Market Economies: The Case of Social Enterprises 86
The social value of multi-stakeholder co-operatives: the case of the CEFF system in Italy 85
Co-operation as Co-ordination Mechanism: A New approach to the Economics of Co-operative Enterprises 85
Perceived Fairness and Worker Well-Being in Public, For-Profit and Non-Profit Firms: Evidence from the Italian Social Service Sector 85
Conclusion 83
The institutions of livelihood and social enterprise systems 83
A “Human Growth” Perspective on Organizational Resources and Firm Performance 82
Worker Satisfaction and Perceived Fairness: result of a survey in public, and non-profit organizations 79
Cooperative Enterprises in Australia and Italy. Comparative analysis and theoretical insights 79
Internal organization and governance 79
Adoption of Techno-Organizational Innovations, and Industrial Relations in Manufacturing Firms: An Analysis for a Local Industrial System 78
Democrazia Economica: tra Stato e Mercato 75
The social value of multi-stakeholder cooperatives: the case of the CEFF system in Italy. 74
Cooperativa (impresa) 74
Employer moral hazard, wage rigidity, and worker cooperatives: A theoretical appraisal 72
The effect on economic development of creative class versus human capital: panel evidence from German regions 72
Dall'organizzazione multi-stakeholder all'impresa reticolare 71
Worker involvement in entrepreneurial nonprofit organisations. Toward a new assessment of workers' perceived satisfaction and firness 71
Agricultural Co-operatives in Australia and Italy 69
Dalla cooperazione mutualistica alla cooperazione sociale: una prospettiva internazionale 67
Creativity in Work Settings and Inclusive Governance: Survey based findings from Italy 67
Social enterprises and local economic development 66
Productivity, wages and intrinsic motivations 66
Satisfaction with Creativity: A Study of Organizational Characteristics and Individual Motivation 66
La dimensione economica 65
Dal contratto di lavoro al contratto di associazione nelle cooperative di lavoro 63
L'impresa come bene comune. Il caso della accumulazione ed uso delle risorse comuni nelle imprese cooperative 62
Agricultural Co-operatives: A Struggle for Identity 61
A New Framework for the Economic Analysis of Cooperative Firms: Self-Defined Rules, Common Resources, Motivations, and Incentives 60
The ‘protective function’ of social enterprises: understanding the renewal of multiple sets of motivations 59
Multi-stakeholder governance. A social enterprise case study 56
FEELING SATISFIED BY FEELING MOTIVATED AT WORK: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE IN THE ITALIAN SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR 56
The internal and external governance of cooperatives: effective membership and consistency of values 55
Why are social enterprises good candidates for social innovation? Looking for personal and institutional drivers of innovation 53
Diversité des organisations dans les economies de marché et role des coopératives et des entreprises sociales: Paidoyer en faveur d’un pluralisme économique 51
Conclusion. The triple helix, social impacts and beyond 51
Co-operative enterprise anti-cyclicality and the economic crisis: A comparative analysis of employment dynamics in Italy 50
Social Enterprises: Evolution of the Organizational Model and Application to the Italian Case 49
Organisational Innovations, Human Resources and Firm Performance. The Emilia-Romagna Food Sector 47
The firm as a common.The case of accumulation and use of common resources in mutual benefit organizations 47
Governing cooperatives in the context of individual motives 47
Introduction 45
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Rapporto contrattuale, aspetti relazionali ed equità percepita 44
Towards a New Development Paradigm: The Potential of Social Enterprises 43
Satisfaction with creativity: a study of organisational characteristics and individual motivations 42
Entrepreneurship and Local Economic Development. A Comparative Perspective on Entrepreneurs, Universities and Governments 41
Productivity, wages and intrinsic motivation in social enterprises 40
Property Rights, Distribution of Value Added, and Accumulation of Capital in Labour Managed Firms 38
Worker Involvement and Performance in Italian Social Enterprises: The Role of Motivations, Gender and Workload 38
Governance 37
FROM THE NEOLIBERAL TO THE PARTICIPATORY FIRM A comparative study of employee participation in organisational governance in Australia and Italy 37
Organizational Variety in Market Economies and the Emergent Role of Socially Oriented Enterprises 37
Social Enterprises in the European Perspective 36
Strong Client Orientation, Little Leverage in Nonprofit Firms? 36
Capital as common-pool resource: Horizon problem, financial sustainability and reserves in worker cooperatives 35
Organizational Innovations, Human Resources and Industrial Relations 34
The Role of Cooperative and Social Enteprises:a Multifaceted approach for an Economic Pluralism 34
Employer Moral Hazard and the Emergence of Worker Cooperatives 34
Organisational Innovation, Human Resources and Industrial Relations 33
Organizacyjne zròznicowanie gospodarki rynkowej a rola spòldzienli i przedsiebiorstw spolecznych: apel o pluralizm ekonomiczny - Organisational Variety in Market Economies and the Role of Co-operative and Social Enterprises: A Plea for Economic Pluralism 32
Innovation input, innovation output and firm performance: A dynamic panel analysis 32
Introduction: entrepreneurs, universities and governments 32
The Economics of Social Enterprises: an interpretative framework 31
Human capital, creative class and regional economic performance: A dynamic panel analysis 31
THE SILVER LINING OF COOPERATION: Self-defined rules, common resources, motivations, and incentives in cooperative firms 29
Self-financial in Labor-Managed Firms: Individual Capital accounts and Bonds. 29
Social Economy Organisation in the Theory of the Firm 29
Impresa sociale e sviluppo economico locale 27
From non-profit organizations to multi-stakeholder social enterprises 24
L’impresa sociale italiana nella prospettiva economico-manageriale 23
The Resilience and Adaptative Strategies of Italian Cooperatives during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 22
Employment protection regimes and dismissal of members in worker cooperatives 22
Organizational Governance, Individual Wellbeing, and Needs Theory 14
Totale 6.853
Categoria #
all - tutte 26.243
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 7.234
Totale 33.477


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019257 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 149 108
2019/20201.140 53 28 102 87 140 70 153 98 156 107 41 105
2020/20211.657 28 136 47 189 146 145 146 59 145 141 305 170
2021/20221.283 40 181 31 101 134 76 64 299 43 50 71 193
2022/20231.130 179 113 19 145 156 183 8 73 142 8 65 39
2023/2024619 45 61 34 39 57 154 65 96 10 31 27 0
Totale 6.898