My research stems from our team field experience in designing, organising and evaluating partnerships that address wicked sustainability problems in the agri-food sector, both in Europe, United States, Australia and in emerging economies. 

This research took place in several projects implemented together with Wageningen University & Research colleagues and a global team of scholars as part of the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation between 2012 and 2017.

This research contributes to advance our stakeholders' programs and practices in five interrelated areas of impact of the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation:

  1. entrepreneurship & innovation;
  2. organizational learning & change;
  3. value chains and networks;
  4. governance of new organisational forms;
  5. strategic management & corporate social responsibility.

Click here to learn more on how this research fits into these five interrelated areas of impact in our Global Center for Food Systems Innovation in emerging economies

To access recent publications and working papers, please click on the links below or write me an email at Ask me about current work in progress and in the pipeline!

Journal Articles

43. Dentoni, D., Pascucci, S., Poldner, K. and Gartner, W.B. (2017). "Learning 'who we are' by doing: Processes of co-constructing prosocial identities in community-based enterprises." Journal of Business Venturing, Forthcoming. Special Issue on Enterprise Before and Beyond Benefit: A Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for Prosocial Organizing.

42. Dentoni, D., Bitzer, V. and Schouten, G. (2017). "Harnessing wicked problems in multi-stakeholder partnerships." Journal of Business Ethics, ForthcomingSpecial Issue on Cross-Sector Partnerships and Systemic Change.

41. Dentoni, D., Waddell, S. and Waddock, S. (2017). "Pathways of transformation in global food and agricultural systems: Implications from a large systems change theory perspective." Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, In Press.

40. Miralles, I., Dentoni,D. and Pascucci, S. (2017). "Understanding the organization of sharing economy in agri-food systems: Evidence from Alternative Food Networks in Valencia." Agriculture and Human Values, In Press.

38. Dentoni, D., Poldner, K., Pascucci, S. and Gartner, W.B. (2017). "Consumer entrepreneurship: What is it? When, how and why does it emerge?" In Katz, J.A. and Corbett, A.C., Eds. Hybrid Ventures: Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth 19, Emerald Ltd., UK. In press.

37. Lai, C., Chan, C., Dentoni, D. and Neyra, E. (2017). “Measuring youth entrepreneurs’ potential: the case of an out-of-school youth training program in Mindanao, Philippines”, p. 72-88. Ed. Chan, C., Sipes, B. and Lee, T., Agri-Entrepreneurship in Conflict and Transition Regions, CABI, London, UK.

36. Lai, C., Dentoni, D., Chan-Halbrendt, C. and Neyra, E. (2017). “Adapting the measurement of youth entrepreneurship potential to the context of Mindanao, Philippines.” Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development 10 (3), 273-297.

35. Dentoni, D. (2017). "Tackling sustainability challenges: How, when and why?" Interview to Prof. Fabrizio Ferraro, IESE Business School. Community section, Annual Review of Social Partnerships 12. In Press.

29. Waddock, S., Meszoely, G., Waddell, S. and Dentoni, D. (2015). "The Complexity of Wicked Problems in Large Scale Change." Journal of Organizational Change Management 28 (6), 993-1012.

26. Dentoni, D. and Bitzer, V. (2015). "Managing Wicked Problems in Global Agriculture: The Role of Universities in Multi-Stakeholder Engagements and Value Creation." Journal of Cleaner Production 106, 68-78. Special Issue on Building Bridges for a More Sustainable Future.

24. Dentoni, D. (2015). "Smallholders need markets, not hand-outs: Partnering for innovation in agricultural development." Interview to Dr. Marco Ferroni, Syngenta Foundation. Community section, Annual Review of Social Partnerships 10, 1-119.

PhD Dissertation

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