Publications

  • Aversa P., Formentini, M., Iubatti D., Lorenzoni G. 2020. Digital machines, space, and time: Towards a Behavioural Perspective of flexible manufacturing. Journal of Product Innovation Management.2 (forthcoming).
  • Aversa, P., Haefliger, S., Hueller, F., Reza, D. G. 2020. Customer complementarity in the digital space: Exploring Amazon’s business model diversification. Long Range Planning.3 (forthcoming).
  • Aversa P., Cabantous L., Haefliger S. 2020. When decision support systems fail: Insights for strategic information systems from Formula 1. In Eds: Galliers R.D., Leidner D.E., Simeonova B. Strategic Information Management: Theory and Practice, Routledge (re-print).
  • Aversa, P., Hervas-Drane, A., & Evenou, M. 2019. Business model responses to digital piracy. California Management Review3, 61(2): 30-58.
  • Aversa, P., Guillotin. O. 2018. Firm technological responses to regulatory changes: A Longitudinal Study in The Le Mans Prototype Racing, Research Policy1,2. 47(9): 1655-1673.
  • Aversa, P., Cabantous, L., Haefliger, S. 2018. When decision support systems fail: Insights for strategic information systems from Formula 1. The Journal of Strategic Information Systems3, 27(3): 221-236.
  • Aversa, P., Haefliger, S., Reza, D. 2017. Building a winning a business model portfolio. MIT Sloan Management Review1,3, 58(4): 49-54.
  • Aversa, P., Berinato, S. 2017. Sometimes, less innovation is better. Harvard Business Review1,3 May-June 95(3): 38-39.
  • Marino, A., Aversa, P., Mesquita, L., Anand, J. 2015. Driving performance via exploration in changing environments. Evidence from Formula One racing. Organization Science1,2 26(4): 1079-1100.
  • Aversa P, Furnari S, Haefliger S. 2015. Business model configurations and performance: A qualitative comparative analysis in Formula One racing, 2005–2013. Industrial and Corporate Change3 24(3): 655-676.
  • Aversa, P., Haefliger, S., Rossi, A., Baden-Fuller, C. 2015. From business model to business modeling: Modularity and manipulation. Advances in Strategic Management 33: 135-185.
  • Aversa, P. & Haefliger, S. 2015. A qualitative comparative analysis of business model configurations and performance in Formula 1. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Aversa, P. 2015. Strategic peripheries. In D. J. Teece & M. Augier (Eds.), Palgrave Encyclopaedia of Strategic Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.
  • Aversa P. 2013. Toward a peripheral view of manufacturing networks (book). Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Jenkins M., Aversa P. (2013), ‘For and Against – The relentless push for innovation in Formula 1 has a negative effect on the technology’, Engineering & Technology, 8(6), 26-27.
  • Aversa P, Ihrig M. 2012. Investigating absorptive capacity strategies via simulation, Proceedings of the 26th European Conference on Modeling and Simulation (ECMS): 64-70: Koblenz, Germany. [ISBN: 978-0-9564944-4-3].
  • Aversa, P. 2008. La Community Ducati. Eds. Vecchiato G. Manuale Operativo di Relazioni Pubbliche, Franco Angeli.

Academic publications

REF Impact Case

  • Aversa, P. 2018. Performance in the Formula 1 industry – impact and tools within and beyond the racetrack. Cass Business School, Available working document.

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