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Antonino Galati

Antonino Galati

Antonino Galati is Associate Professor of “Agricultural economics and valuation” at the Department of Agricultural, Food and Forest Sciences, University of Palermo (Italy, EU). He holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economic and Policy (2007) from the University of Palermo and a Postgraduate Specialization Diploma in “Politique et choix publique en agriculture et alimentation (2005) from Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Montpellier, and is also the Italian country director of the EuroMed Academy of Business (EMRBI),  fellow of the EMRBI and a Co-Chair of its Research Interest Committee in Agribusiness. He is the scientific officier of the EnerNETMob project co-funded by the European Interreg Med program. His research interests include market competitiveness, agribusiness, marketing strategies, management, logistics and market analysis. His research has been published in a wide range of international peer-reviewed journals.

Abstract

THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF SHORT FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN’S TRANSPORT SYSTEM. WHAT CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE?

This study was carried out in Southern Italy and assess the environmental impact of the transport system adopted in the short food supply chain.

FARMERS’S PROPENSITY TO ADOPT ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE AGRI-FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN

This study explores the intention of entrepreneurs operating in the Sicilian Short Food Supply Chain to adopt electric mobility in the transport system for their business.