Federico is a Lecturer in digital technology at work at the University of Sussex and a Senior Editor of the Information Systems Journal. He is a regular attendee of the QCA expert workshop held annually in Zurich.
- Information Systems Strategy
- Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)
- Critical Realism
Iannacci, F., Simeneova, B. and Kawalek, P. (2022), “Investigating the determinants of inter-organizational information sharing within criminal justice: a context-mechanism-outcome approach”, Journal of Information Technology; (Accepted for publication; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/02683962211013826 )
Iannacci, F., Seepma, A., de Blok, C. & Resca, A. (2019). Reappraising maturity models in e-Government research: the case of the English system of criminal justice. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 28(3), 310-329.
Iannacci, F., & Cornford, T. (2018). Unravelling causal and temporal influences underpinning monitoring systems success: A typological approach. Information Systems Journal, 28(2), 384-407.
Iannacci, F. (2015). Interweaving temporal qualitative comparative analysis with necessary conditions analysis: an empirical application in the European monitoring systems context. In From Information to Smart Society, Mola, L., Pennarola, F. & Za, S. (Eds), pp. 269-279. Springer International Publishing: London, UK.
Iannacci, F. (2008). Steps towards joined-up management. In: Fabri, M., (Ed.), pp. 77-116. Information Communication Technology for the Public Prosecutor’s Office. Clueb: Bologna, Italy.
Evaluation of Information Systems and Monitoring Arrangements for the European Social Fund (VC/2005/0491).