Dr. Vastola Vincenzo
|Research themes||Corporate Strategy, CSR, Microfoundations|
|Teaching department||Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management|
Dr. Vincenzo Vastola is assistant professor in Strategic Management and CSR at Montpellier Business School. He received his Ph.D. from LUM University. His research focuses on two main themes. First, it investigates the microfoundations of organizational processes and strategic decisions. Second, it deals with questions related to the interdependencies between strategic management and social issues.
Prior to joining Montpellier Business School, Vincenzo had research positions at Imperial College Business School, UK (2019-2020) and Bocconi University, Italy (2017-2019).
Alves M. F. R., Vastola V., Galina S. & Zollo M. Forthcoming. When reflection hurts: The effect of cognitive processing types on organizational adaptation to discontinuous change. Organization Science.
Vastola V. & Russo A. 2021. Exploring the effects of M&A on acquirers' sustainability orientation: Embedding, adding, or losing sustainability. Business Strategy and the Environment, 30(2): 1094-1104.
Cambrea DR., Tenuta P. & Vastola V. 2019. Female directors and corporate cash holdings: monitoring vs executive roles. Management Decision.
Vastola V., Russo A. & Vurro C. 2017. Dealing with cultural differences in environmental management: Exploring the CEP-CFP relationship. Ecological Economics, 134: 267-275.