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Francesco Rattalino is Professor in the Management Department and Dean of the ESCP Europe Torino Campus. He teaches both to Master students (Costs and Decisions, Management Control, Business Strategy and Problem Solving and Decision Making) and to Executives, in numerous open enrollment and custom programs. He is also Lecturer of Business Administration at the University of Turin.

His current research interests are in strategy execution, sustainability, performance management, family business and food & beverage industry.

Francesco Rattalino is a cum laude graduate in Economics of the University of Torino. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Turin with a thesis on "Performance Management in the Public Sector: Implementing the Balanced Scorecard at the Chamber of Commerce of Turin".

His professional career started in the Netherlands at Ferrero International BV as a Financial analyst and then moved to USA to work for Oracle Corp. as Senior Financial Application Consultant. After that he came back to Italy to work in the consulting industry as project manager and business developer for Motion International. Some of his customers were: Merck, Sorgenia, BT, Intesa SanPaolo. He joined ESCP Europe in 2006.

Professor Rattalino has written various research papers and won the “PREMIO OPTIME 1995/96”, Award of Academic Merit of the University of Turin and Turin Industrial Federation.

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Academic Articles

2020

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

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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Academic Articles

2019

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

Corporate Diplomacy and Family Firm Longevity

ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE

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)

Conference Proceedings

2019

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

Managing Longevity – A 700-year Old Firm

European International Business Academy (EIBA)

Academic Articles

2018

RATTALINO, F.

Circular Advantage Anyone? Sustainability-driven Innovation and Circularity at Patagonia Inc.

THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, Volume 60, Issue 5, 747-755

Conference Proceedings

2018

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

The paradox of family firm longevity: 700 years of Frescobaldi

Academy of Management (AOM)

Conference Proceedings

2018

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

Overcoming bifurcation bias and achieving family firm longevity: 700 years of Frescobaldi.

Centre for Entrepreneurship & Family Enterprise, University of Alberta