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Gianmario Raggetti, Maria Gabriella Ceravolo, Lucrezia Fattobene

Neuroeconomics


Theory, Applications, and Perspectives Neuroeconomics is a recent promising interdisciplinary scientific area which involves neuroscientists, economists, and psychologists interested to offer a new and shared theoretical vision that considers the role of the brain in individual decision-making in economics. This collection of papers provides an interesting overview of the recent evolution of the ...

Francesca De Canio, Davide Pellegrini

The New Social Game


Sharing Economy and Digital Revolution: Into the Change of Consumers Habits The aim of this book is to understand whether the new social game creates wealth for its participants. For this reason, the authors look at the theoretical implications of the increasing overlap between dialogue and sale, market and society, or, more simply, money and gift. By focusing on the convergence taking place between ...

Carla Lunghi, Francesca Romana Rinaldi, Marco Turinetto

What's Fashion? It's Method!


The Value of Ideas in Fashion Companies The book examines the indispensable factors for the launch and management of a new creative process: the authors provide truly effective tools between research & edutainment. The results of recent studies have in fact acknowledged the existence in people, institutions, and businesses of every size and sector, of a noticeable tendency towards changes in processes ...

Diego Rinallo

Event Marketing


What is the role of events in the marketing communication mix? What goals can be legitimately attributed to events? How to use events to deliver memorable experiences? How to measure event results and maximize returns on investments? How to deal effectively with event agencies? Readers will find hands-on answers to all these questions: the book has been written bearing in mind the knowledge needs ...

Karin Zaghi

Visual Merchandising


In-store Communication to Enhance Brand Equity Value Why a book on Visual Merchandising? Because Visual Merchandising gives substance to something that has to change its very essence: the store. The rise of new communication artifacts in today’s multichannel context means that the store needs to transform its role and its methods for interacting with both customers and producers. The store has ...