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Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship & Innovation; Co-Director of Innogen, Teaching
The University of Edinburgh Business School
29 Buccleuch Place
Edinburgh EH8 9JS
Alessandro has an undergraduate degree in Management and Economics from Universita’ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy; an MSc in the Economics from the University of Glasgow; and a PhD in Economics from the University of Strathclyde. Alessandro’s doctoral research investigated links and complementarities between Transaction Cost Economics and competence-based views of the firm, and biotechnology firms' organisational choices in the Scottish context.
Alessandro has worked as a Research Fellow at Innogen since 2003. His current research interests include industrial organisation, industrial clusters in the domain of the life sciences and other high tech industries, entrepreneurship and small business finance, economics of innovation and regional policy.
Alessandro is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Ethics, Life sciences and Society.
Mastroeni, M, Rosiello, A (2016) ‘Regional industrial development: Moving beyond specialisation’ in Cozzi, G, Newman, S & Toporowski, J (eds.), ‘Finance and Industrial Policy: Beyond Financial Regulation in Europe’, Oxford University Press
Rosiello, A, Avnimelech, G, Teubal, M (2011) ‘Towards a Systemic and Evolutionary Framework for Venture Capital Policy’ in Pyka, A and Derengowski Fonseca, MDG (eds), ‘Catching Up, Spillovers and Innovation Networks in a Schumpeterian Perspective’, Springer
Rosiello, A, Castle, D, Mastroeni, M, Phillips, PWB (forthcoming) ‘Emerging Challenges Facing Regional Innovation Policy: Lessons from the cases of Lower Austria, Lithuania and Saskatchewan’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
Mastroeni, M, Omidvar, O, Rosiello, A, Tait, J, Wield, D (2017) ‘Science and Innovation Policy in Scotland: the perceived impact of enhanced autonomy’, International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development 16 (1) 3–24
Rosiello, A, Mastroeni, M, Castle, D, Phillips, PWB (2015) ‘Clusters, Technological Districts and Smart Specialisation: an Empirical Analysis of Policy Implementation Challenges’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management 19 (5-6) 304–326
Rosiello, A, Mastroeni, M, Teubal, M., Avnimelech, G. (2013) ‘Evolutionary policy targeting: Towards a conceptual framework for effective policy intervention’, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 25 (7) 753‑772
Rosiello, A, Mastroeni, M (2013) ‘GUEST EDITORIAL: The evolution and dynamics of biotechnology systems of innovation: the role of policy targeting’, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 25 (7) 745‑751
Papaioannou, T, Rosiello, A (2012) ‘Bio-Clusters as Co-Evolutionary Developments of High Tech Firms, Venture Capital and Local Institutions: A Historical Perspective of Cambridge and Scotland’, International Journal for Innovation and Regional Development 4 (5) 386‑413
Rosiello, A, Parris, S (2009) ‘The patterns of venture capital investment in the UK bio-healthcare sector: the role of proximity, cumulative learning and specialisation’, Venture Capital, An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance 11 (3) 185‑211
Rosiello, A (2007) ‘At the Interfaces of Governance and Competence Perspectives: Discussing Organizational Choices in the Scottish Biotechnology Cluster’, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 19 (1) 45‑68
Rosiello, A, Mastroeni, M, Tait, J, Wield, D (2015) ‘Science and Innovation in Scotland: a study on the impact of enhanced autonomy’, 8th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development (ICEIRD 2015), University of Sheffield, UK, June 2015
Boekholt, P., Technopolis, P. M., Ortega-Argilés, R., Rosiello, A, Mastroeni, M (2013) ‘LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE CASE STUDIES. Innovation Driven-Growth in Regions: The Role of Smart Specialisation’, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Maleki, A, Rosiello, A, Wield, D (2016) ‘The effect of the dynamics of knowledge base complexity on Schumpeterian patterns of innovation: the upstream petroleum industry’, Innogen working paper no. 116