Massimiliano Nuccio

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Massimiliano Nuccio


Massimiliano Nuccio is Research Associate at Brick, Collegio Carlo Alberto and former Marie Curie Fellow at the Department of Economics and Statistics, University of Turin, where he coordinates research at Despina Big Data Lab. His research interests extend to the application of analytics to cultural consumption, cultural policies and regional studies. He is currently contract professor at Venice International University and Università degli Studi di San Marino. He has published different articles and book’s chapters, including papers on international journals like Journal of Cultural Economics, Pattern Recognition Letters, Growth and Change, European Urban and Regional Studies.

Twitter: @masnuccio

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Digital disruption and manufacturing transformation: an Italian case study

An issue of paramount importance for the future of the Italian economy is the long-term resilience of manufacturing – in particular in the regions of the North-West (the primary locus of the country’s early industrialization) and North-East (the primary locus of industrialization in the 1980s and 1990s). These areas comprise Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna and “Triveneto” – i.e...