Giovanni Mastroleo

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Business economics does not provide any methodology for appraising strategic investments, relying on informal approaches. Conversely, financial economics offers us plenty of sophisticated mathematical models unsuitable for applications and based on unrealistic assumptions. This paper presents an example of how strategic investments may be handled with a(More)
Building on Istat [5], Brusco and Paba [4] developed a mathematical algorithm which tries to identify the number and the importance of Italian industrial districts. Unfortunately, this algorithm is too rigid and it rules out some important small-firm, specialized local industries. To solve this problem, we propose a Fuzzy System. We obtain two main results.(More)
In this paper we present a general framework to face the problem of evaluate fuzzy quantities. A fuzzy quantity is a fuzzy set that may be non normal and/or non convex. This new formulation contains as particular cases the ones proposed by Fortemps and Roubens [7], Yager and Filev [12, 13] and follows a completely different approach. It starts with idea of(More)
– This paper presents the development of two of the eight indicators to evaluate the Country Wellbeing. We start from the Stiglitz document (2009) that for the first time puts a fixed point on what are the indicators that, aggregated, produces a multidimensional description of wellbeing that goes beyond GDP. Following the document indications, we present a(More)
—This paper uses a Fuzzy Expert System (FES) in order to evaluate firms in terms of Gender Equity (GE). The scope for using FES is connected not only to the multidimensional nature of GE and to the need of providing a synthetic indicator of firm's GE without losing the its complexity, but even with the composite group of experts involved. The presence of(More)