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Università Degli Studi Firenze (UNIFI)

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Giovanni Belletti

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Scientific coordinator of the SUS-TER Project, he is Professor of agricultural and agri-food economics at DISEI and a component of the SYAL Network Directory of localized agrifood systems. His main fields of research are economics and organization of agricultural and agri-food systems, quality problems in agrifood systems with a specific focus on products and geographical indications, rural dynamics and rural development policies, multifunctionality of agriculture and agri-environment policies, agricultural diversification with a specific focus on rural tourism and agrotourism areas.

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Silvia Scaramuzzi

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silvia.scaramuzzi@unifi.it

Project Manager of the SUS-TER Project, is Professor of Agrifood Economics and Marketing of agrifood products at DAGRI. Head of International Relations of the School of Agriculture, responsible for bilateral international agreements on 4 continents and responsible for the mobility of students and teachers within the Erasmus + program and for extra-European mobility. She is the author of more than 100 publications, with special reference to agricultural policy, agricultural credit, local and rural development, quality food and typical products, rural tourism.

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Andrea Marescotti

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andrea.marescotti@unifi.it

Professor of Economics and Agri-Food Policy at DISEI, he has been involved in many international and national academic research activities on food quality and geographical indications, food chain analysis and rural development.

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Mario Biggeri

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mario.biggeri@unifi.it

Professor in Development Economics and director of the Degree in Development Studies at DISEI. His research activities relate to sustainable human development, community organizations and collective actions, impact assessment, international aid and cooperation, rural and local urban development.

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Paola Scarpellini

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paola.scarpellini@unifi.it

Post doc researcher, carries out action research and planning activities in the field of rural development, in particular new models of well-being in rural areas, dynamics of social and economic innovation in rural areas and social agriculture.

Universitat de Barcelona (UB)

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Dr. Xavier Roigé Ventura

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roige@ub.edu

Scientific head of the University of Barcelona in the SUS-TER project. He is Professor at the University of Barcelona since 1993. His fields of specialization are social anthropology, heritage studies, museology, museums and development, community and ethnological museums. He is vice rector of Doctorate and Research Promotion since 2017, director of the Heritage Anthropology Research Group, member of the Editorial Board of the Ethnologie Française Magazine, director of the Revista d’Etnologia de Catalunya and member of the “Consell d’Etnologia de Catalunya “(Regional Government).

Invited to lecture at more than 30 universities and research centers in different countries. He has participated in several national and international research projects, both as coordinator and member of research units.

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Dra. Camila del Mármol

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cdelmarmol@ub.edu

Professor in the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Barcelona. He has conducted ethnographic research in the Catalan Pyrenees focusing on the development of heritage processes. His areas of interest and publications include the transformation of political and economic structures in rural areas and their impact on social perceptions and cultural meanings. He has also conducted research on intangible heritage and food heritage in Catalonia and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Dr. Lluis Bonet Agustí

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lbonet@ub.edu

Director of the cultural management program and professor of economics at the University of Barcelona. Author of numerous publications on cultural policy, management and culture economics, he participates as a researcher of different European projects (Be SpectACTive !, EULAC Focus, MESOC or Cultural Base), as well as SUS-TER. He has been president of the ENCATC network and the cultural policy research award, vice president of the AAAE and the Abacus Cooperative, as well as a member of the board of various publications and academic and cultural entities. Among his latest co-authored books include: Challenges of cultural relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean (2019), Innovation in the management of culture: reflections and experiences (2019), Breaking the Fourth Wall: Proactive Audiences in the Performing Arts (2018), or Theater management: models and strategies for cultural equipment (2016).

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Dra. Alejandra Canals Ossul

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alejandra_canals@ub.edu

Associate Professor of the University of Barcelona. He has worked as a professional in different cultural heritage management projects in rural contexts and with indigenous population in the southern part of Chile.

His areas of interest include heritage processes, ethnological museums, indigenous representation in museums and social and political uses of cultural heritage.

He is a Member of GRAP (Research Group on Heritage Anthropology, UB).

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Dr. Jordi Treserras

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ibertour@gmail.com

Associate professor at the University of Barcelona where he coordinates postgraduate courses in international cultural cooperation (since 1999) and cultural tourism (since 2000).

President of the IBERTUR network. Founding partner of CTC – Cultural tourism consultants. Member of the Cultural and Gastronomic Tourism Clubs of the Catalan Tourism Agency.

Member of the Interdisciplinary Research Group in Tourism of EAE Business School (GRIT – EAE).

He has been an advisor to the Ministry of Economy of Spain for the International Year of Cultural Tourism (2002) and the General Directorate of Tourism of the Generalitat de Catalunya (2006-2010).

Consultant of international organizations (World Bank, IDB, WTO, UNESCO, Council of Europe, European Union, OEI, SICA) and cooperation agencies (AECID, Alliance Française, Cooperazione Italiana allo Sviluppo, Cooperation Suisse, GTZ – GIZ). Member of ICOM and ICOMOS

Specialties: Cultural heritage management, Cultural and gastronomic tourism, Cultural routes and itineraries, Food studies culture.

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

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Alma Amalia González Cabañas

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alma.amalia@gmail.com

Studied about the problems of the rural environment, challenges of peasant agriculture and the global agrifood system, as well as a student of Fair Trade and organic agriculture among peasant organizations in Chiapas.

She is the technical coordinator of the project by UNAM.

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Pablo Pérez Akaki

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ppakaki@gmail.com

Professor-researcher of the Faculty of Higher Studies Acatlán, UNAM, in the postgraduate degree in Economics. His lines of research are in the field of territorial development, rural development, global marketing chains and designations of origin.

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Nadia Viridiana Vega Vera

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nadiavvv@hotmail.com

Doctoral student of the Postgraduate in Economics of the UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Acatlán. His lines of research are the designation of mezcal origin, global value chains and territorial development.

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Yuritzi Paola Enríquez Caballero

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pao.enrcab@gmail.com

Doctoral student in Regional and Urban Economics from the Faculty of Higher Studies Acatlán, UNAM. He works on issues such as territorial development, public policies, development policies, products linked to the territory, etc.

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Marisol Velázquez Salazar

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mvelazquez@up.edu.mx

Research professor at the Faculty of Business of the Universidad Panamericana. His field of research is the value chains and other production networks in the agri-food sector, the improvement in the quality of life of small producers and the preservation of traditional local products. Coordinates the Academy of Economics of the Faculty.

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Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR)

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Olman Quirós Madrigal

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olman.quiros@ucr.ac.cr

Scientific coordinator at the University of Costa Rica. Director of the Center for Research in Agricultural Economics (CIEDA) and Professor at the School of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at the EEAA of the University of Costa Rica. Work area is related to the analysis of agri-food and agribusiness systems with emphasis on small agribusiness and value-added issues. In addition, he has developed research in bioeconomics and coordinated research programs and projects, feasibility studies for the sustainable development of rural territories.

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Mercedes Montero Vega

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mmonterovega@ucr.ac.cr

CIEDA researcher and professor at the School of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness. His research activities focus on international trade in agricultural products, food losses and waste, value chain analysis and bioeconomics.

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Vanessa Villalobos Ramos

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vanessa.villalobos@ucr.ac.cr

Professor of Statistics, Research Techniques and National Reality at the School of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness of the UCR. Coordinator of the Social Action Commission, former coordinator of the Agribusiness Program, coordinator of the University Community Work “Community Initiatives for Rural Development” that relates the efforts of rural organizations and entrepreneurs with the practical teaching of students of various careers, insvestigation – action in agroecotourism, sustainable development practices, solidarity social economy. Master in Statistics and Evaluation of Development Programs.

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Eliécer Ureña

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eliecer.urena@ucr.ac.cr

He is a professor at the University of Costa Rica, teaches the Industrial Agro Administration courses of the Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness career, coordinates the Agro Business Program and integrates the Teaching Commission and the Social Action Commission of this academic unit.

Conducts research in social, economic and environmental impact evaluation of investment projects, characterization of production systems, cost structures, financial evaluation, planning of territory development and other related topics.

He has participated in various academic and scientific events related to local economic development of territories, management and sustainability, university governance, university conferences, university leadership management, research and social action conferences, quality management in higher education, among others. He has published several articles related to the field of agricultural economics and agribusiness.

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Luis Vinicio Losilla Solano

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luis.losillasolano@ucr.ac.cr

Profesor de Economía Agrícola y Agronegocios en la EEAA de la Universidad de Costa Rica. Ha estado involucrado principalmente en áreas de los agronegocios internacionales, políticas y desarrollo del sector agropecuario, preparación y evaluación de proyectos, así como el mercadeo de productos agroalimentarios.

Consejo Internacional

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Jean-Paul Lacoste

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Jean-Paul Lacoste is a researcher, and is currently exploring social justice from a philosophical and cosmological perspective. Previously, he served as Program Coordinator and Representative of the Ford Foundation in his office for the Andean Region and the Southern Cone (2002 – 2015), Program Coordinator for Leuven-Development in Zimbabwe (1997 – 2002) and Ecuador (1990 – 1993), and consultant for international organizations (World Bank, FAO, CIRAD, among others). His favorite topics were economic and social development, particularly finance for development, social protection and rural development. He is a commercial engineer (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium), Doctor of Development Studies (University of Geneva, Switzerland), and recently graduated in Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness (California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco).

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Gianluca Brunori

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Prof. Gianluca Brunori is full professor of Food Policy at Pisa University, department of Agriculture, Food and Environment. His research activities focus on the link between food and rural development and on sustainable food systems.

He is past president of the ISA Research Committee 40 “Sociology of food and agriculture”, and vice-president of the European Society of Rural Sociology. He has been editor in chief of the journal Rivista di Economia Agraria, and member of the editorial board of the journal Sociologia Ruralis. He is now in the editorial board of the journal Agriculture and Food Economics.

Gianluca Brunori has been scientific coordinator of  the EU research projects “Transforming rural communication (TRUC)” and “Global and Local food chains: a Multidimensional assessment” GLAMUR, and has participated as leader of local research team to more than 20 EU projects.  

In 2008 he has coordinated a SCAR expert group for the second SCAR foresight exercise focused on climate change, energy, food, rural development, and knowledge systems. His specific contribution has been focused on food and rural development, and has been member of the expert group for the third SCAR foresight exercise on agricultural research.

 

Recent publications

Arcuri, Sabrina, Gianluca Brunori, e Francesca Galli. 2017. «Insights on the role of private and public actors in food assistance provision: A literature review for High Income Countries». ECONOMIA AGRO-ALIMENTARE 19:119–150. https://doi.org/10.3280/ECAG2017-001006.

Ardakani Zahra, Bartolini, Brunori Fabio, e Gianluca. 2017. «Food and nutrition security in Iran: Application of TOPSIS technique». NEW MEDIT 16:11–17.

Bartolini, Fabio, Oriana Gava, e Gianluca Brunori. 2017. «Biogas and EU’s 2020 targets: Evidence from a regional case study in Italy». ENERGY POLICY 109:510–519. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2017.07.039.

Boncinelli, Fabio, Fabio Bartolini, Leonardo Casini, e Gianluca Brunori. 2017. «On farm non-agricultural activities: geographical determinants of diversification and intensification strategy». LETTERS IN SPATIAL AND RESOURCE SCIENCES, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12076-016-0168-4.

Brunori, Gianluca, e Fabio Bartolini. 2016. «The Family Farm. Model for the Future or Relic of the Past?» In International Handbook of Rural Studies, 192–204. New York: Routledge.

Brunori, Gianluca, e Francesca Galli. 2016. «Sustainability of local and global food chains: Introduction to the special issue». SUSTAINABILITY 8:1–7. https://doi.org/10.3390/su8080765.

Brunori, Gianluca, Francesca Galli, Dominique Barjolle, Rudolf van Broekhuizen, Luca Colombo, Mario Giampietro, James Kirwan, et al. 2016. «Are Local Food Chains More Sustainable than Global Food Chains? Considerations for Assessment». SUSTAINABILITY 8. https://doi.org/10.3390/su8050449.

Francesca, Galli, Venturi Francesca, Bartolini Fabio, Gava Oriana, Zinnai Angela, Chiara Sanmartin, Andrich Gianpaolo, e Brunori Gianluca. 2017. «Shaping food systems towards improved nutrition: a case study on Tuscan Bread PDO». THE INTERNATIONAL FOOD AND AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT REVIEW 20:533–552. https://doi.org/10.22434/IFAMR2015.0174.

Galli, Francesca, Sabrina Arcuri, Fabio Bartolini, Joost Vervoort, e Gianluca Brunori. 2016. «Exploring scenario guided pathways for food assistance in Tuscany». BIO-BASED AND APPLIED ECONOMICS 5:237–266. https://doi.org/dx.doi.org/10.13128/BAE-18520.

Galli, Francesca, Fabio Bartolini, e Gianluca Brunori. 2016. «Handling Diversity of Visions and Priorities in Food Chain Sustainability Assessment». SUSTAINABILITY 8. https://doi.org/10.3390/su8040305.

Kirwan, J; Maye, D. and Brunori,G. . 2017b. «Reflexive Governance, Incorporating Ethics and Changing Understandings of Food Chain Performance». SOCIOLOGIA RURALIS 57:357–377. https://doi.org/10.1111/soru.12169.

Schmitt, Emilia, Francesca Galli, Davide Menozzi, Damian Maye, Jean-Marc Touzard, Andrea Marescotti, Johan Six, e Gianluca Brunori. 2017. «Comparing the sustainability of local and global food products in Europe». JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.07.039.

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