Category: "Team"

A “Timely” IMCA project proposal approved by SNF

Congratulations to IMCA’s Prof. Michael Gibbert whose research project on the role of time in qualitative theorizing has been granted funding by the Swiss National Science Foundation.   Over the course of the next four years, Prof. Michael Gibbert will collaborate with Lakshmi B. Nair of the University of Utrecht (and an IMCA alumnus) and … Continue reading “A “Timely” IMCA project proposal approved by SNF”

31.05.2018: The Roots of Tango @ StudioFoce

Thursday, 31 May, 6pm, IMCA is organizing the event “The Roots of Tango” under the initiative of Prof. Luca Visconti and with the support of USI and the City of Lugano. Tango is one of the many examples of the complex relationships between local and global culture. ‘Contaminated’ at the outset, it has evolved constantly … Continue reading “31.05.2018: The Roots of Tango @ StudioFoce”

IMCA Master and PhD Graduate Irina Lock takes over Assistant Professorship at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

IMCA post-doc Irina Lock has accepted the call for a position of Assistant Professor in Corporate Communication (Amsterdam School of Communication Research – ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Irina has graduated at USI with a Master’s degree in Corporate Communication and obtained her PhD in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility Communication, … Continue reading “IMCA Master and PhD Graduate Irina Lock takes over Assistant Professorship at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands”

IMCA PhD Candidate offered Assistant Professor position at Utrecht University, Netherlands

IMCA PhD Candidate Lakshmi Balachandran Nair has been offered the position of Assistant Professor (Methodology and Statistics Department, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences) at Utrecht University, Netherlands. Currently Lakshmi is in her final year of PhD and is planning to defend her thesis in April, 2016. Her research focuses on the methodological sophistication, rigor, … Continue reading “IMCA PhD Candidate offered Assistant Professor position at Utrecht University, Netherlands”

New IMCA Research Project Funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)

The project entitled “The Benefits of Thinking Less: How Deliberation Can Harm Consumer Judgment”, proposed to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) by IMCA Marketing Professor Reto Hofstetter and PhD student Roland Rüppell, was granted research funds for a duration of three years to the Università della Svizzera italiana. In this project, the scholars will … Continue reading “New IMCA Research Project Funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)”

Doctoral Defense: Collective and individual identities in the external communication of regional cluster firms – The case of Franciacorta wineries

On Monday, November 25th 2013, Alessandra Zamparini will defend her doctoral thesis on “Collective and individual identities in the external communication of regional cluster firms: The case of Franciacorta wineries”. The defense will take place at 17:15 in room 250. The committee will be composed of Prof. F. Lurati, USI (thesis supervisor), Prof. R. Grandinetti, … Continue reading “Doctoral Defense: Collective and individual identities in the external communication of regional cluster firms – The case of Franciacorta wineries”

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