Part I: Women in Academia and in the University Contexts: A Trans-disciplinary Approach.- Vincenti, G: The Exiled Queen Maria Casimira Sobieska in Rome: Gender, Culture and Politics.- Berardi, S: Emilia Morelli: A Historian in Italian Academics During the Second Post World War Period.- Del Baldo, M: Women and Editorial Leadership of Scientific and Academic Journals: An Explorative Study.- Ruzzeddu, M: Women and Science: Models of Participation.- Baldarelli, M. G., Cosentino, A., Del Baldo, M. and Magistro, A: Toward the Theory of Enterprise: Dialogue between Business and Economics Women Scholars.- Chiucchi, M. S., Giuliani, M. and Poli , S: Gender Differences in Intellectual Capital Research: An Exploratory Study.- Part II: Gender Issues, Corporate Social Responsibility and Reporting.- Drago, C. and Gatto, A: A Robust Approach to Composite Indicators Exploiting Interval Data: The Interval-valued Global Gender Gap Index (IGGGI).- Drago, S. and Aliberti, L. A: Interlocking Directorship Networks and Gender: A Bibliometric Analysis.- Gennari, F: European Women on Boards and Corporate Sustainability.- Coluccia, D., Fontana, S. and Solimene, S: The Presence of Female Directors on Boards. An Empirical Investigation about its Effects on CSR.- Part III: Woman in Business and Female Entrepreneurship.- Saggese, S. and Sarto, F: The Role of Women on Board for Innovation: Lessons from the High-tech Companies.- Paoloni, P., Secundo, G., Ndou, V. and Modaffari, G: Women Entrepreneurship and Digital Technologies: Towards a Research Agenda.- Paoloni, P. and Drago, C: Analysing the Diffusion of the Ideas and Knowledge on Economic Open Problems on Female Entrepreneur in US over time: The Case of Wikipedia (Year 2015-2017).- Paoloni, P., Lombardi, R. and Niccolò , P: Women Enterprises, Relational Capital and Corporate Strategy: A Multiple Case Study.- Demartini, P. and Marchegiani, L: Born to be Alive? Female Entrepreneurship and Innovative Start-ups.- Paoloni, P. and Valeri, M: Female Entrepreneurship and Management in the Immigrant Reception Sector in Italy.- Paoloni, P. and Serafini, G: A Fourfold Classification of Female Entrepreneurship Concept.- Bartholini , I: Gender and Work-life Balance: Gender and A Contest Analysis on Nursery Schools in Palermo.- Trequattrini, R., Manfredi, S., Lardo, A. and Cuozzo, B: Social Media as a New Opportunity for Female Entrepreneurs: An Analysis of Fashion Industry.- Part IV: Women in Family Business.- Napolitano, M .A: Susanna Agnelli. Between Family Business and Politics.- Cesaroni, F. M., Sentuti, A. and Chamochumbi, D: Which Drivers Affect the Presence of Women Directors on Corporate Boards? Evidence from Italian Medium-sized Family Firms.