De Simone Stefania

Stefania De Simone is Researcher of Organization Studies at CNR – IRISS.

She received her PhD in Business Economics from University of Naples Federico II.

Her research interests are in the field of organizational behavior, specifically focusing on motivation at work, employee well-being, organizational change, and governance predominantly in health care contexts. She is Scientific Responsible of the project “Aging and organizational well-being to reduce social-health spending”. She has published several articles in reviewed journals. She was contract professor in organization studies, at the School of Medicine of University of Naples Federico II, and at the Faculty of Business Economics of University of Sannio, Benevento.

Stefania De Simone is Researcher in Naples at the Institute of Research on Innovation and Services for Development, National Research Council of Italy.  She holds a PhD in Business Economics at the University of Naples Federico II.  Since 2012 until now she is Scientific Responsible of the project “Aging and organizational well-being for reducing social-health spending”. She was Contract Professor in Organizational Theory and Design, at the School of Medicine of University of Naples Federico II, and at the Faculty of Business Economics of University of Sannio, Benevento.

Her research interests are in the area of organizational theory and human resource management. She is interested, in a theoretical and applied way, in the area of organizational behavior, by studying the relationships among actors and their work environment. In particular, she focuses on themes such as performance assessment, motivation to work, organizational well-being, Isomorphic pressures and innovation trends in Italian health care organizations.