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Pier Luigi Sacco is a Professor of Cultural Economics at IULM University, Milan, where he serves as Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Markets, and Heritage. He also teaches Creative Industries at the University of Italian Switzerland (USI), Lugano. He is the author of more than 150 papers on the topics of economic theory, game theory, cultural economics, cultural and creative industries, and cultural policy design at the urban, regional and national level. Lorenzo Sacconi is Professor of Economics and Unicredit Chair in Economic Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Trento (Italy). He is also the scientific director of EconomEtica, the inter-university center of research for economic ethics and CSR at the University Milano Bicocca. His research areas focus on ethics and economics, institutional economics, behavioural and experimental game theory, theory of the firm and incomplete contracts, corporate governance and business ethics. Alessandra Smerilli is Associate Professor of Economics at PFSE-Auxilium of Rome. Among her publications: ‘We-thinking and vacillation between frames: filling a gap in Bacharach’s theory’, Theory and Decision, Springer, 73(4), pp. 539–560; with Bruni Luigino: ‘The value of vocation. The crucial role of intrinsically motivated people in values-based organizations’, Review of Social Economy, 67, pp. 272–281. She is interested in we-rationality, cooperation, evolutionary game theory. Amelia J. Uelmen is a Visiting Lecturer at Georgetown University Law Center. From 2001 to 2011 she served as the Director of the Fordham Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer’s Work. Her current research explores the implications of relational ethics for tort law, legal ethics, legal education, and debates about religion in the public square. Paolo Vanin is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna. His research interests include the implications of social capital and social interaction for growth, time allocation and crime. He has also worked on the economics of moral values, international trade and asymmetric information. Brendan M. Wilson is an attorney at the law firm of Caplin & Drysdale Chartered in Washington, D.C. He specializes in representing tax-exempt organizations and hybrid enterprises that use business to address social and environmental problems. Dennis R. Young is Bernard B. and Eugenia A. Ramsey Professor of Private Enterprise and Director of the Nonprofit Studies Program at Georgia State University. He is editor of the journal Nonprofit Policy Forum. His research interests focus on finance, management and governance of non-profit organizations and social enterprise. Stefano Zamagni is Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna and Adjunct professor of International Economics at Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center. He is the author of several books, including Microeconomic Theory (Oxford: Blackwell, 1987); The Economics of Common Good (Rome; Citta’ Nuova, 2010); Avarice (Bologna: Il Mulino, 2009). He co-authored History of Economic Thought (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005) with E.Screpanti; Relational Complexity and Economic Behaviour (Bologna, Il Mulino, 2006) with P. Sacco; Civil Economy (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2007) with L. Bruni; Dictionary of Civil Economy (Rome: Citta’ Nuova, 2009) with L. Bruni;

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