Date of Birth: 08/25/1953
Place of birth: Fiorenzuola-d`Arda
Dozy Giovanni (Giovanni Dosi) - Italian economist, since October 1998 - a professor of the Higher School of St. Anne (Sant`Anna School of Advanced Studies), which is part of the University of Pisa (Pisa University) and offers training in master`s and doctoral programs in the field of economics, business, law, political science, as well as medicine, agriculture, technology and industry. To date, the professors account for more than 7 Dozy dozen scientific papers, mainly in collaboration with colleagues, about 50 journal articles, a dozen book chapters and 4 books published independently and in collaboration with 1981 to 2006. It is included in the list of `250 most cited economists world` according to the corporation `Thomson Reuters`. In addition to Europe (Europe), Dozy worked in the United States universities (United States), Brazil (Brazil) and Mozambique (Mozambique).
In the School of St. Anne Dozy professor coordinates the work of the International Doctoral Program in Economics (International Doctoral Program in Economics) and headed the Laboratory of Economics and Management (Laboratory of Economics and Management, LEM). His main research interests lie in the areas of economics of innovation and technological change, industrial organization and industrial dynamics, as well as the theory of the firm and corporate governance. In addition, Giovanni Dozy is a visiting professor at the University of Manchester (Manchester University, UK) and European continental editor of the Oxford professional journal `Industrial and Corporate Change`. He also chairs the specific target groups on industrial policy and intellectual property rights in the framework of a non-profit organization `The Initiative for Policy Dialogue` or IPD, founded in 2000, based at Columbia University (Columbia University) American economist Joseph Stiglitz (Joseph Stiglitz ). Wide selection of his works was published in the `Innovation, Organization and Economic Dynamics. Selected Essays` in 2000 by the publishing house `Edward Elgar Publishing`.
Giovanni Dozy born August 25, 1953 in the small municipality of Fiorenzuola-d`Arda in northern Italy, in the province of Piacenza (Fiorenzuola d`Arda, Piacenza, Italy). In February 1976 he received a degree in economics with honors, wrote a paper `Keynes` General Theory: Income Distribution and Economic Activity`; in 1977-1978 passed specialization in the Supreme Economic Institute Adriano Olivetti (ISTAO, Istituto Superiore di Studi Economici Adriano Olivetti) Ancona, Italy (Ancona, Italy); and in July 1983 he received his doctorate in economics in the academic center of the Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex (University of Sussex).
Since July 2010, Professor Dozy also holds the position of visiting professor at the University of Jena (Friedrich-Schiller-Universit & # 228; t Jena) and is a corresponding member of the Accademia dei Lincei (Accademia dei Lincei), acting as the Italian Academy of Sciences. In October 2009, he received an honorary professorship from the Manchester Business School (Manchester Business School). Since October 2010, Giovanni Dozy became vice-president of the Italian Economic Society (Italian Economic Society), and from November 2004 to October 2008 he was a member of his presidential council. In 1994, the professor won the Kappa Award (Kapp Prize), handed out annually by the International Society of Evolutionary and Political Economy (International Society of Evolutionary and Political Economy).