Michele Piazzai

Former Ph.D. student

michele_piazzai

m.piazzai@uva.nl | +31 20 525 1609 | UvA / REC M / Room 4.05
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DISSERTATION

> M. Piazzai (2018). The Cognitive Infrastructures of Markets: Empirical Studies on the Role of Categories in Valuation and Competition, and a Formal Theory of Classification Systems Based on Lattices and Order. Delft, Netherlands: Delft University of Technology. DOI

PUBLICATIONS

> M. Piazzai and N. M. Wijnberg (2017). Diversification, proliferation, and firm performance in the U.S. music industry. Academy of Management Proceedings: Best Papers, 16528. DOI

> W. Conradie, S. Frittella, A. Palmigiano, M. Piazzai, A. Tzimoulis, and N. M. Wijnberg (2017). Toward an epistemic-logical theory of categorization. In J. Lang (Ed.), Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge. Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science (Vol. 251, pp. 167-186). Waterloo, Australia: Open Publishing Association. DOI

> M. Vecco, A. Srakar, and M. Piazzai (2017). Visitor attitudes to deaccessioning in Italian public museums: An econometric analysis. Poetics 63, 33-46. DOI

> M. Kackovic, M. Piazzai, and N. M. Wijnberg (2016). Crossing the threshold and exiting nascency: Antecedents to gaining full-fledged legitimacy. Academy of Management Proceedings, 13598. DOI

> M. Piazzai and N. M. Wijnberg (2016). Feature-based vs. goal-based categories: The effects of spanning in both systems simultaenously. Academy of Management Proceedings, 12482. DOI

> W. Conradie, S. Frittella, A. Palmigiano, M. Piazzai, A. Tzimoulis, and N. M. Wijnberg (2016). Categories: How I learned to stop worrying and love two sorts. In J. Väänänen, Å. Hirvonen, and R. J. G. B. de Queiroz (Eds.), Logic, Language, Information, and Computation. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 9803, pp. 145-164). Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. DOI

> M. Vecco and M. Piazzai (2015). Deaccessioning of museum collections: What do we know and where do we stand in Europe? Journal of Cultural Heritage 15(2), 221-227. DOI