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Graduation Day in St Mark’s Square: two ceremonies on 11 November
Graduation Day in St Mark’s Square: two ceremonies on 11 November

Ca’ Foscari prepares to celebrate a Graduation Day in St Mark’s Square for over 1,000 Ca’ Foscari students for the autumn session of a.y. 2021/2022 with two ceremonies. Registration opens on Monday 24 October at 11 a.m. and closes on Wednesday 2 November at 12 p.m.

QS Sustainability 2023: Ca’ Foscari 81st Sustainable Institution worldwide
QS Sustainability 2023: Ca’ Foscari 81st Sustainable Institution worldwide

QS Sustainability 2023 is a new ranking that monitors and evaluates what universities do, and the extent of their action, in the field of sustainability. Ca’ Foscari has achieved an excellent result in the “Sustainable Institutions” field, ranking 81st worldwide and 2nd in Italy.

EUTOPIA: the European Commission renews funding for the alliance
EUTOPIA: the European Commission renews funding for the alliance

Since 2019, Ca' Foscari is the only italian university to have enjoyed, EUTOPIA an alliance of 10 European universities who share a vision and collaborate to build the universities of the future. The European Commission has renewed funding for the alliance: this will provide our students further international opportunities.

“Topic Modelling” in female leadership and academic literature
“Topic Modelling” in female leadership and academic literature

Topics related to female leadership and the development of women’s careers have found little space in academic debate until the late 1980s. Sara Bonesso and Laura Cortellazzo have analysed the evolution of academic literature written over the last four decades on female leadership and female career trajectories.

Welcome message from Anna Comacchio, Director of the Department

"We help our students develop the management and entrepreneurial skills that are most requested today.
Here in Venice, a city in which culture and sustainability are levers for the future, we aim to create knowledge that will be useful in the context of the digital revolution — a context in which economic growth must intertwine with social development.”

Anna Comacchio,
Director of the Department of Management

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Our research

Research areas

The Department of Management (DMAN) is renowned for its innovative teaching approaches, the excellence of its research, and the constant relationship with the economic and social fabric of Venice and the surrounding territory.

The Department conducts theoretical and applied research in the most important fields related to management studies, such as innovation and entrepreneurship, strategic development and internationalisation, new technologies and digitisation, organisation and accounting. Our approach is multidisciplinary and pays particular attention to economics, finance, history, social studies, law, and information technology.

The Department is constantly striving to raise the bar by improving the quality of its scientific publishing, also thanks to its highly specialised laboratories and centres, which host research projects that are relevant on a local, national and international level.

 

Research projects
MIMOSA - Maritime and multimodal sustainable passenger transport solutions and services, Interreg Italy - Croatia.

Researchers: Andrea Stocchetti;
Length: 01/01/2020 - 31/12/2022

S.LI.DES - Smart strategies for sustainable tourism in LIvely DEStinations

Researchers: Michele Tamma;
Length: 01/01/2019 - 30/06/2022

Publications

Research at the Department of Management is supported by a wide network of regional, national and international partnerships and extends across various areas, such as new business models, innovation and digital transformation, entrepreneurship and internationalisation, sustainability, soft skills and leadership, management of cultural products and of the food and wine sectors, tourism management, and transformation in the world of work, in the automotive industry, in transport, in banking and in finance.
The bibliographic information regarding the Department’s publications can be accessed through ARCA, Ca’ Foscari’s open-access archive.