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    Nilsson, P. Naldi, L. Westlund, H. Wixe, S. (2014). The Influence of Related and Unrelated Variety on Firm Performance across European Urban and Rural Regions. More information
    Naldi, L. Nilsson, P. Westlund, H. Wixe, S. (2014). What is Smart Rural Development?. More information
    Zahra, S. Naldi, L. Larraneta, B. Criaco, G. (2014). Industry knowledge and new venture survival. More information
    Kuiken, A. Naldi, L. (2014). Family, friends and business partners. More information
    Chirico, F. Naldi, L. Baù, M. Criaco, G. (2014). Socioemotional Wealth and Innovation in Family Firms. More information
    Baù, M. Eddleston, K. Chirico, F. Lucia, N. (2014). Parental Altruism. Special Treatment for Offspring in Business?. More information
    Naldi, L. Chirico, F. Baù, M. Criaco, G. (2013). Family Involvement and Innovation in Family Firms. More information
    Naldi, L. Wikström, P. von Rimscha, B. (2011). Dynamic Capabilities and Performance. More information
    Cavaliere, V. Sarti, D. Naldi, L. (2010). Internationalization and Innovation in Small Firms. More information
    Larrañeta, B. Naldi, L. Van de Velde, E. (2010). Back to the Environment—Exploring the differential effects of the industry knowledge base on new venture performance and survival. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. (2010). The footprint of young companies on the media landscape. More information
    Manduchi, A. Naldi, L. (2009). Clusters and conglomerates in the media industry. Research reports / University West. Trollhättan: Department of Economics and IT, University West More information
    Leona, A. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2009). How do companies achieve sustained and profitable business growth?. Washington: More information
    Naldi, L. Nordqvist, M. Zellweger, T. (2008). Intangible resources and the performance in family firms. More information
    Naldi, L. Nordqvist, M. (2008). Internationalization in family firms. More information
    Naldi, L. Davidsson, P. (2008). International knowledge and the growth(s) of the firm. Anaheim: More information
    Naldi, L. Zahra, S. (2007). SME internationalization and the acquisition of new knowledge. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. (2007). Managing Firm Resources. More information
    Fridriksson, H. Naldi, L. Hertz, S. (2007). Collaboration in Global supply chains - a knowledge sharing perspective. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2006). Investigating Patterns of Development in SMEs. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. Wiklund, J. (2006). How Companies Manage Resources For Firm Expansion. More information
    Borgström, B. Cui, L. Hertz, S. Naldi, L. Fridriksson, H. (2006). What do we know about global supply chain development?. More information
    Naldi, L. Achtenhagen, L. Melin, L. (2006). The role of SME internationalization for Pursuing Opportunities. Frontiers of entrepreneurship research. Bason Park, MA : Babson College More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. Wiklund, J. (2006). The Management of Firm Resources. More information
    Müllern, T. Melander, A. Naldi, L. Sarti, D. (2005). Facing dualities in cooperative organizations. More information
    Naldi, L. Nordqvist, M. Sjöberg, K. Wiklund, J. (2005). Entrepreneurial orientation and performance. Frontiers of entrepreneurship research. Babson Park, Mass.: Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship, Babson College More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2005). Tricks of twigs. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2005). Business firm growth. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2005). A process-view on the role of resource practices for SME growth. More information
    Davidsson, P. Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. (2005). Research on small-firm growth. More information
    Sciascia, S. Naldi, L. Alberti, F. (2005). Entrepreneurial Orientation. More information
    Naldi, L. Achtenhagen, L. (2005). A Dynamic View On The Role Of Resource Practices For Growth. Frontiers of entrepreneurship research. Babson Park, Mass.: Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship, Babson College More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. (2004). The role of resource practices for the value creation of SMEs. St. Gallen: KMU-Vlg HSG More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2004). One decade later?. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2004). Towards a re-conceptualization of firm growth. Frontiers of entrepreneurship research. Babson Park, Mass.: Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship, Babson College More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Naldi, L. (2004). Practicing growth. More information
    Achtenhagen, L. Helin, J. Melin, L. Naldi, L. (2004). Tracing patterns of growth. More information
    Hellerstedt, K. Naldi, L. (2003). Do boards of directors play an entrepreneurial role in SMEs?. More information
    Naldi, L. Sjöberg, K. (2003). Do boards of directors play an entrepreneurial role in SMEs? Evidence from Sweden. More information
    Naldi, L. Sjöberg, K. (2003). Entrepreneurial firms and growth. More information
    Sciascia, S. Naldi, L. (2003). Entrepreneurial orientation in different contexts. More information
    Naldi, L. Sjöberg, K. (2003). Do board of directors play an entrepreneurial role in SMEs?. More information

    Dissertation

    Naldi, L. (2008). Growth through Internationalization. JIBS Dissertation Series. Jönköping: Internationella Handelshögskolan More information

    Other publications

    Criaco, G. Larrañeta, B. Naldi, L. Zahra, S. (). Industry knowledge, prior industry experience and new venture survival. More information

    Report

    Wixe, S. Nilsson, P. Naldi, L. Westlund, H. (2017). Disentangling innovation in small food firms. CESIS Electronic Working Paper Series. Stockholm: The Royal Institute of technology, Centre of Excellence for Science and Innovation Studies (CESIS) More information
    Naldi, L. Kuiken, A. (2016). International market exit and re-entry. Stockholm: Entreprenörskapsforum More information
    Naldi, L. Ramirez-Pasillas, M. (2014). Röster för entreprenörskap. : Jordbruksverket More information
    Mona, E. Naldi, L. (2012). Learning perspectives on growth through internationalization. JIBS Working Papers. More information
    Sciascia, S. Naldi, L. (2007). L’orientamento al mercato come determinante di imprenditorialita. Working Paper dell’Istituto di Economia e Marketing. Milano: IULM More information
    Naldi, L. Sciascia, S. Alberti, F. (2005). Entrepreneurial Orientation. EntER Bocconi Working Papers Series. Milano: Università Bocconi More information

    Review

    Naldi, L. (2009). Book Review. More information

    Lucia is a Professor in Business Administration and Director of PhD candidates. She received her doctorate from JIBS and holds a M.Sc. from the University of Florence. Her main research and teaching are in the areas of entrepreneurship, international business and strategy.

    Her research focuses on growth and internationalization of small and young firm. She is also interested in entrepreneurship in different contexts, including family firms, media firms, and firms located in rural areas. Lucia's research has been published in several journal articles and book chapters. Lucia is affiliated with the Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership (CeFEO), and the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics (CEnSE).

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