Sandra Notaro

Professore associato

Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Area CUN: Scienze agrarie e veterinarie (07)
Settore scientifico disciplinare: ECONOMIA ED ESTIMO RURALE (AGR/01)

tel. 0461 282158
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Formazione

PhD in Environmental and Mountain Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Trento, Italy (1998), receiving the national academic award Manlio Rossi Doria for the dissertation.

Laurea (B.Sc) in Economics at the University of Trento (1993).

from August 1996 to May 1997: PhD courses, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

Carriera accademica ed attività didattica

Current Position

Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento, 2014 to date.

 

 

Past Academic Employment

Researcher, Department of Economics and Management, University of Trento (2002- 2014).

Researcher, Istituto Agrario di S.Michele all’Adige – Trento (1998-2000)

Visiting Scholar, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA (1996-1997).

 

 

Teaching Experience

Undergraduate:

• Market Analysis Laboratory, 2015 to date

• Business Economics, 1997-2003

• Assistant professor of Political Economics, 2000-2002

• Assistant professor of Mountain and Forest Economics, 2001-2002

• Assistant professor of Microeconomics, 1997-2002

• Assistant professor of Economics and Environmental Valuation, 1994-1996

• Assistant professor of Environmental Economics, 1997-2002

 

Post-Graduate:

• Methods for gathering and analyzing consumer preferences/choices, since 2016

• Economic valuation of environmental, tourist and cultural goods, 2012-2015

• Natural Resource Management, since 2006

• Policy for Sustainable Development, 2008-2011

• Sustainable Development (Master on Local Development for Balkans), 2001-2005.

• Environmental economics and resource valuation (Ph.D School in Economics and Management), 2006-2010

• Advances on Environmental Economics (Ph.D School in Economics and Management), 2005-2010

 

Supervisor of three Ph.D thesis, and more than fifty under and graduate thesis on environmental economics, sustainable development and agricultural economics.

Interessi di ricerca

Non-market valuation (Choice Experiments and Contingent Valuation), forest economics, resource and environmental economics, economic valuation of environmental goods, sustainable development, agricultural economics in mountain areas.

Attività di ricerca

Participation in International and National Research Projects, Admitted to Financing on the basis of competitive calls for peer review

COST Action E45 (EUROpean FORest EXternalities, EUROFOREX), 2006 – 2011 (54 months). Member of the Management Committee, representative for Italy and participant. Coordination “Centre Tecnologic Forestal de Catalunya”, Spain - Chair Prof. Pere Riera. Participant: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Holland, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.

“Sustainable Agricultural Land Use in Alpine Mountain Regions”, FAIR5 CT97-3798 – European Union, 1998-2000 (24 months). Participant. Partners: Service d’Utilité Agricole à Compétence Interdépartementale/ Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique Alpes du Nord, (SUACI/GIS Alpes du Nord) (France) (coordinatore); Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), (Switzerland); Istituto Agrario di San Michele all’Adige (IASMA) (Italy); RaumUmwelt Planungs GesmbH (ARU), (Austria); Alpine Research Institute (AFI), (Germany).

“Listen to the Voice of Villages”, Central Europe Project, European Regional Development Plan European Union 2009 – 2011 (36 months). Core Group Member. Partners: Province of Trento, University di Trento eTourism Research Group, Development Center Litija (Slovenia), Bohemian Switzerland Public Benefit Organization (Czech Republic), Marshal’s Office of Opolskie Region (Poland), Regional Authority of Usti Region (Czech Republic), Local Development Agency of Langhe Monferrato Roero (Italy), District Office Forchheim (Germany), University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna (Autria).

“Valutazione ecologica di cenosi forestali sottoposte a monitoraggio integrato” – EFOMI, 2001 - 2004, (42 months). Autonomous Province of Trento. Principal investigator for WP. Partners: Dipartimento di Economia - Università di Trento, Istituto Agrario di S.Michele all’Adige, il Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali (Trento), l’Istituto Sperimentale per l’Assestamento Forestale e l’Alpicoltura (Trento), Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Naturwissenschaftliche (Innsbruck, Austria).

“Valutazione ecologica e gestione sostenibile del cipresso in Trentino per la valorizzazione del paesaggio” – ECOCYPRE, 2002-2006 (36 months). Autonomous Province of Trento. Principal investigator for WP. Partners del progetto: Dipartimento di Economia-  Università di Trento, Istituto Agrario di S.Michele all’Adige, Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Agrarie - Università di Firenze; CNR di Firenze (Istituto di Patologia degli Alberi Forestali) .

“Innovazione ed imprenditorialità sostenibili per le istituzioni del comparto forestale”- FORTIS, 2002-2006 (36 months). Autonomous Province of Trento. Principal investigator for WP. Partners del progetto: Dipartimento di Economia-  Università di Trento, Agenzia per la Garanzia della Qualità in Agricoltura (S. Michele all’Adige, Trento), EFI-RPC "INNOFORCE" - University of Agricultural Sciences (BOKU – Vienna, Austria).

“Cambiamento globale e gestione sostenibile dell’agricoltura in un ambiente montano ad elevata antropizzazione” (ENVIROCHANGE). Autonomous Province of Trento, 2008-2012 (36 months). Participant. Partners: Dipartimento di Economia - Università di Trento, Fondazione Edmund Mach (coordinatore), l’ARO Volcani Center (Israele), l’ETHZ Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Svizzera), Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Trento).

“Politiche pubbliche e sviluppo locale: politiche per l'innovazione e ricadute locali di dinamiche globali” (OPENLOC). Fondo Grandi Progetti, Provincia Autonoma di Trento, 2008-2012 (36 months). Participant. Partners: Dipartimento di Economia - Università di Trento, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (Regno Unito), Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali (Trento), l’Università degli studi di Bologna, Centro LEED OCSE (Trento).

“Relazioni economiche tra risorse, agricoltura ed ambiente nelle aree montane” CNR, P.F. RAISA, 1993 – 1997, (48 months). Participant. Coordination Prof. G. Ricci, Università di Trento.

“Effetti della nuova politica agraria comune sulle agricolture di montagna” Progetto MURST, 1993 - 1997, (48 months). Participant. Coordination Prof. G. Ricci, Università di Trento.

 

Project with foreign partners

“A stated choice experiment on the economic value of Alpine pastures”, 2010 (12 months). Progetto finanziato dal Dipartimento di Economia. Participant. Partners del progetto: Dipartimento di Economia, Università di Trento, University of Waikato, New Zealand (prof. Riccardo Scarpa),  University of Sydney, Australia (prof. Jordan Louviere).

“Forecasting Participation in Social Benefits of a Voluntary Green Pricing Program”, 1996-1997 (12 mesi). University of Wisconsin, Madison. Participant. Coordinatore Prof. R.C. Bishop, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

 

National projects

“Quale futuro per l’agricoltura di montagna”, 1997-1999 (24 months). Dipartimento di Economia. Participant. Coordination Prof. G. Ricci, Università degli Studi di Trento - Dipartimento di Economia.

“Valore paesaggistico-ricreativo del progettato Parco Naturale Rurale Integrato Baldo-Garda, 2000 (12 months). Principal investigator

“Analisi costi-benefici di un impianto di depurazione biologico civile, situato nel comune di Stenico, in Trentino”, 2002 (12 months). Autonomous Province of Trento. Principal investigator

“Analisi costi-benefici dell'impianto idroelettrico sul torrente Cordevole (Veneto), 2003, (12 months). Principal investigator.

“Valutazione economica del valore paesaggistico-naturalistico e storico della strada del Ponale”, 2002-2003 (24 months). Comune di Riva del Garda. Principal investigator.

“Stima delle esternalità positive prodotte dalla zootecnia di montagna nel comune di Premana (provincia di Lecco)”, 2002-2003 (24 months). Regione Lombardia. Principal investigator.

“Valutazione intermedia degli interventi realizzati nell’ambito del Documento Unico di Programmazione 2000-2006 della Provincia Autonoma di Trento, zone Obiettivo 2”, 2003. Provincia Autonoma di Trento. Participant.

“Valutazione dei pascoli alpini Valdostani”, 2013-2014 (24 months), partner Institute Agricole Régional, Val d’Aosta. Principal investigator.

“Tutela delle risorse ambientali e sviluppo rurale: modelli di gestione e valorizzazione sostenibile”. Regione Sardegna (2011-2014), 36 months. Participant. Partners: Università di Sassari, Università di Firenze (Dipartimento di Scienze per L’Economia e l’Impresa), Università di Trento (Dipartimento di Economia e Management).

Appartenenza a società e comitati scientifici

European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE)

European Association of Environmental Economists (EAERE)

Italian Society of Agricultural Economists (SIDEA)

Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA)

Premi e riconoscimenti

1999: National academic award Manlio Rossi Doria for the Ph.D dissertation.

Convegni e conferenze
  1. Forti L., Notaro S., Paletto A., (2017) Sustainable hunting plan as a tool of wildlife management: the Italian case, 6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, Salzburg, Austria 2 - 4 November 2017.
  2. Gatti G., Frank M., Notaro S., Paletto A., (2017) Applicazione del Life Cycle Assessment per misurare l’impatto ambientale dell’organizzazione di un evento. Il caso “Maggio in Centro”, Aidea Conference 2017, Roma, 14-15 September 2017.
  3. Notaro S., Grilli G., Campbell D., (2017) The role of cognitions towards wildlife in valuing the protection of endangered species, 23rd Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Athens, Greece, June 28 - July 1, 2017.
  4. Notaro S., Grilli G., Campbell D., (2017) Incorporating Value Orientations into Biodiversity Evaluation: a Hybrid Choice Approach, AIEAA Conference “Economics and Politics of Migration: Implications for Agriculture and Food”, Piacenza, 15-16 giugno 2017.
  5. Notaro S., Grilli G., Campbell D., (2017) Including Value Orientations in Choice Models to Estimate Benefits of Wildlife Management Policies', International Choice Modelling Conference 2017, Cape Town, South Africa, 3 April 2017 – 5 April 2017
  6. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2016) A discrete mixture model for choices among food-safety policy lotteries. 22st Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Zurich, Switzerland, June 22-25
  7. Notaro S., Tamanini A. (2016) Predisposizione dei turisti nei confronti della fauna selvatica: il caso dei siti Natura 2000 dell’Altopiano dei Sette Comuni” Workshop organizzato da Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria “Quale futuro per la rete Natura 2000 in Italia e in Europa? Riflessioni a 25 anni dalla sua istituzione”, 24 giugno 2006, Trento
  8. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2015) Are we expected or non-expected utility maximizers? Discrete mixture models of choice over food-safety policies with risky outcomes, 21st Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Helsinki, Finland, June 24-27.
  9. Raffaelli R., Notaro S. (2015) Around and beyond the cheap talk script in Choice Experiments, International Choice Modelling Conference, Austin, Texas, USA, May 10-13.
  10. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2015) Are we standard or non-standard expected utility maximizers? Discrete mixture models of choice over food-safety policies with risky outcomes, International Choice Modelling Conference, Austin, Texas, USA, May 10-13.
  11. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2014) Subjective probabilities, scientific information, and food choices: A test of scenario adjustment in choice experiments, World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists (WCERE), Istanbul, Turkey, June 28 - July 2, 2014.
  12. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Shaw W.D. (2013) The incorporation of subjective risks into choice experiments to test scenario adjustment, International Choice Modelling Conference, Sydney, Australia, 3-5 July 2013.
  13. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Shaw W.D. (2013) The incorporation of subjective risks into choice experiments to test scenario adjustment,  AIEAA Conference, Between Crisis and Development: Which Role for the Bio-Economy, Parma, June 6-7 2013.
  14. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Shaw W.D. (2012) “Do Monetary Incentives and Chained Questions Affect the Validity of Risk Estimates Elicited Via the Exchangeability Method? An Experimental Investigation”, 28th Triennial Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE), 18-24 agosto 2012, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.
  15. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Shaw W.D. (2012) “How Many Bad Apples are in a Bunch? An Experimental Investigation of Perceived Pesticide Residue Risk”, 19th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Prague, Czech Republic, 27 - 30 giugno 2012.
  16. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Shaw W.D. (2012) “Do Consumers Provide Valid Risk Estimates of Pesticide Residue in Apples? An Experimental Investigation of the Exchangeability Method in the Lab”, 19th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Prague, Czech Republic, 27 - 30 giugno 2012.
  17. Cerroni S., Notaro S. and Douglass Shaw W. (2012) “The validity of risk estimates elicited via the Exchangeability Method: An experimental investigation of consumers’ perceived health risks”, First Conference of the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA) - Trento, 4-5 giugno, 2012.
  18. Scarpa R., Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Louviere J. (2011) “Modelling attribute non-attendance in best-worst rank ordered choice data to estimate tourism benefits from Alpine pasture heritage” EAAE 2011 Congress, Change and Uncertainty Challenges for Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, 30 agosto - 2 settembre 2011 ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  19. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Shaw W.D. (2011) “Real monetary incentives and chained questions: An experimental study investigating the validity of risk estimates elicited via exchangeability method”, EAAE 2011 Congress, Change and Uncertainty Challenges for Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, 30 agosto - 2 settembre 2011 ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  20. Scarpa R., Marley A.A.J., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2011) “Exploring the consistency of alternative best and/or worst ranking procedures”, International Choice Modelling Conference, Leeds, UK; 4-6 luglio, 13 pgs.
  21. Scarpa R., Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Louviere J. (2011) “Modelling The Effects Of Stated Attribute Non-Attendance On Its Inference: An Application to Visitors Benefits from the Alpine Grazing Commons, International Choice Modelling Conference, Leeds, UK; 4-6 luglio, 26 pgs.
  22. Cerroni S., Notaro S., Shaw W.D. (2011) “The validity of subjective risk estimates elicited via exchangeability method: an experimental investigation of residue perceptions on apples”, 2011 EAAE PhD Workshop, Nitra, Slovak Republic, 27-29 aprile 2011, 12 pgs.
  23. Cerroni S., Shaw W. D., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2010) “The Role of Climate Change in Shaping Elicited Environmental Risks. An Experimental Application of the Exchangeability Method.” Workshop on Risk Elicitation and Stated Preference Methods for Climate Change Research. Trento, 21 - 22 ottobre 2010.
  24. Moser R., Raffaelli R., Notaro S. (2010) “The role of production methods in fruit purchasing behaviour: hypothetical vs actual consumers’ preferences and stated minimum requirements”, 1st Joint EAAE/AAEA Seminar The Economics of Food, Food Choice and Health, Freising, Germania, Settembre 15 – 17, 2010.
  25. Moser R., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2010) “Using your own money makes the difference: testing the hypothetical bias with Real Choice Experiment”, World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, 28 Giugno – 2 Luglio 2010, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montreal, Canada, 29 pgs.
  26. Notaro S. (2009) “Exploring scale effects of best/worst rank ordered choice data to estimate visitors’ benefits from alpine transhumance” Research Day, Dipartimento di Economia, Università di Trento, 13 maggio 2009.
  27. Scarpa R., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2009) “Non-attendance in best/worst rank ordered choice data: an esplorative investigation”, 17th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 24-27 giugno 2009, 10 pgs.
  28. Scarpa R., Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Pihlens D., Louviere J. (2009) “Exploring scale effects of best/worst rank ordered choice data to estimate visitors’ benefits from alpine transhumance”, International Choice Modelling Conference, Leeds, UK; 30 marzo - 1 aprile, 31 pgs.
  29. Raffaelli R., Notaro S., Gios G. (2008) “Should carbon issues modify agri-environmental support to mountain grazing? A case study in the Italian Alps”, 12th Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists – EAAE 2008, Gent (Belgio) 26-29 agosto 2008.
  30. Notaro S. (2008) “Stated Preference Methods for the evaluation of environmental and natural resources”, Research Day, Dipartimento di Economia, Università di Trento, 8 maggio 2008.
  31. Raffaelli R., Notaro S., Moser R. (2008) “Natural reforestation of semi-natural grasslands in the Alps: a gain or loss for society?” A case study in the Italian Alps, COST Strategic Conference Global Change and Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions, Innsbruck 7.04.08-9.04.08.
  32. Notaro S., De Salvo M. (2008) “Assessing tourism benefits of urban forestry: the cypress in the landscape of Lake Garda (Northern Italy)”, Forest Recreation & Tourism Serving Urbanised Societies, Joint Final Conference of Forest for Recreation and Tourism (COST E33) and 11th European Forum on Urban Forestry (EFUF), Hämeenlinna, Finland 28–31 maggio 2008.
  33. Notaro S., Paletto A. (2008) “Links between mountain communities and environmental services: a case study in the Italian Alps”, International Conference Mountain Forests in a Changing World, Vienna 2-5 aprile 2008.
  34. Notaro S. (2008) “La funzione paesaggistica del cipresso: un’eredità culturale”, Seminario conclusivo del progetto Ecocypre – Valutazione ecologica e gestione sostenibile del cipresso, S.Michele all’Adige, 17 gennaio 2008.
  35. Notaro S., De Salvo M. (2007) “The tourism potential of a scenic route”, First Conference of The International Association for Tourism Economics, Palma di Maiorca, Spagna, 25-27 ottobre 2007.
  36. Notaro S., Paletto A. (2007) “Natural disturbances and natural hazards in mountain forests: a framework for the economic valuation”, International Conference Natural Hazard and Natural Disturbances in Mountain Forests, Trento, Italia, 18-21 settembre 2007.
  37. Notaro S., Paletto A., Raffaelli R. (2005) “Economic impact of forest damage in a policy-making context: a case study from the Italian Alps”, International Conference Bridging the Gap, policies and science as tools in implementing Sustainable Forest Management, Alnarp, South Sweden, 17-19/21 ottobre 2005.
  38. Notaro S., Paletto A., Raffaelli R. (2005) “The economic valuation of non-productive forest functions as an instrument for Integrated forest management”, International Conference The Multifunctional Role of Forests, Padova 28-30 aprile 2005.
  39. Raffaelli R., Gios G., Notaro S., Molfetta P. (2004) “Riforma della PAC e multifunzionalità del sistema zootecnico alpino: una prima valutazione, Workshop della Società Italiana di Economia Agraria, Bologna, 16 dicembre 2004.
  40. Notaro S., Raffaelli R., Gios G. (2004) “Una valutazione economica del valore paesaggistico del cipresso (Cupressus sermpervirens) nell’Alto Garda”, XLI Convegno annuale della SIDEA, Diritto all’alimentazione Agricoltura e sviluppo, Roma 16-18 settembre 2004.
  41. Notaro S., Clauser O., Gios G. (2002) “The development of sustainable tourism in Alpine regions: the contribution of Contingent Valuation studies”, IRFD conference on Economy, Environment and Society - Parallel event for the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg, South Africa, 27-28 agosto 2002, (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 05/05/04).
  42. Notaro S., Signorello G. (2002) “Testing sensitivity to Scope in Contingent Valuation surveys: the case study of Baldo-Garda Natural Park (Italy)”, Second World Congress of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Monterey (U.S.A) 24-27 giugno 2002, pubblicazione in internet (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 05/05/04).
  43. DeRos G., Cesaro L., Notaro S., Sicher L. (2002) “Zootecnia alpina e sostenibilità”, 37° Simposio Internazionale di Zootecnia, Zootecnia di montagna valorizzazione della Agricoltura Biologica e del Territorio, Madonna di Campiglio 19 aprile 2002, (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 05/05/04).
  44. Gios G., Goio I., Notaro S., Raffaelli R. (2002) “The role of economic valuation of natural resources in the development of mountain areas: a case study” OECD International Conference on Environmental Management Systems, Salsomaggiore, 26-27 marzo 2002, (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 04/08/03).
  45. Notaro S., Champ P. (2001) “A Systematic Approach to Outliers Associated with Open-Ended Contingent Valuation Data”, Eleventh Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Southampton, 28-30 giugno 2001, pubblicazione in internet, (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 05/05/04).
  46. Notaro S., Signorello G. (1999) “Comparison among Multiple Bounded, Double Bounded, Single bounded and Open Ended Estimates of WTP for Preserving Agricultural Landscapes” Sixty-Ninth Annual Conference of the Southern Economic Association’s, New Orleans, 21-23 novembre 1999.
  47. Notaro S., Signorello G. (1999) “Elicitation Effects in Contingent Valuation: Comparison among Multiple Bounded, Double Bounded, Single bounded and Open Ended Approaches”, Ninth Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, Oslo 25-27 Giugno 1999, (depositato alla Procura della Repubblica e al Commissariato del Governo di Trento con protocollo di data 05/05/04).
  48. Notaro (1997) “Contingent Valuation of a Quasi-private Good: Fishing Activity in the Maso Stream”, seminario presso il Rocky Mountain Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colorado USA.
  49. Pilati L., Notaro S. (1996) “Interdipendenze territoriali tra sviluppo urbano e rurale nelle aree montane”, XVII Conferenza dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Regionali “Sviluppo economico e trasformazioni territoriali nelle aree montane e rurali”, Sondrio, 16-18 ottobre 1996.
  50. Notaro (1996) “Lake & Society: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Lake Mendota”, seminario presso il Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

 

Altre attività

Reviewer

ISI/Scopus

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, European Review of Agricultural Economics, Journal of Forest Economics, Journal of Environmental Management, Forest Policy and Economics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, Ecological Modelling ,Ecosystem Services, Environment and Development Economics.Journal of Forest Economics, Environment and Development Economics

Others

African Journal of Agricultural Research, Journal of Policy Research on Tourism, Leisure and Events, Rivista di Economia Agraria, La Questione Agraria.

Conference

  • AIEAA Conference “Economics and Politics of Migration: Implications for Agriculture and Food”, Piacenza, 15-16 giugno 2017
  • AIEAA Conference “The changing role of regulation in the bio-based economy Innovation, productivity and growth: towards sustainable agri-food production”, Bologna, 16-14 giugno, 2016
  • AIEAA Conference “Innovation, productivity and growth: towards sustainable agri-food production, Ancona, 11-12 giugno, 2015
  • Agricultural & Applied Economics Association - Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, 27-29 luglio 2014.
  • 2014 AAEA – Agricultural & Applied Economics Association - Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, 27-29 luglio 2014.
  • 2014 Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 26-29 Agosto
  • AIEAA Conference “Feeding the Planet and Greening Agriculture: Challenges and opportunities for the bio-economy”, Alghero (SS), Giugno 25-27, 2014
  • L Convegno SIDEA, Sostenibilità del Sistema Agroalimentare: strategie e performance, Lecce, 26 - 27 settembre 2013
  • Convegno AIEAA, Between Crisis and Development: Which Role for the Bio-Economy, Parma, 6-7 Giugno 2013
  • Ceset Conference 2013, Sviluppo economico e nuovi rapporti tra agricoltura, territorio e ambiente, November 21-22 2013, Verona, Italy.
  • 28th International Conference of Agricultural Economics, The Global Bio-Economy, 18-24 agosto 2012, Foz do Iguacu, Brasile
  • First Conference of the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA) - Trento, June, 4-5 2012
  • XLVII Convegno di Studi SIDEA, L'agricoltura oltre le crisi, Campobasso, 22-25 settembre 2010

Altro

  • Referee XV edizione del Premio SIE - Società Italiana degli Economisti, per tesi di dottorato in campo economico.

 

Editorial board

Archivio Scialoja-Bolla - Annali di Studi sulla Proprietà Collettiva.

 

Conference organization

First Conference of the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA) -, June 4-5 2012, Trento, Italy, Local Organising Commitee

International Short Course in Experimental Design for Stated Choice Data, October 29- November 1, 2010, Trento, Italy, Scientific Commitee

International Research Workshop Risk Elicitation and Stated Preference Methods for Climate Change Research, October 21-22 2010, Trento, Italy, Scientific Commitee.