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Marcella Giacomarra

Marcella Giacomarra

Marcella Giacomarra is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Palermo (Italy), Department of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Sciences. Graduated in International and Diplomatic Sciences in 2006 (University of Bologna), in 2015 she hold the PhD in Statistics for Experimental and Technological Research (University of Palermo). Her main research interests are on sustainability in the agri-food market, with a focus on exploring enabling factors at supply chain and governance level. She is also interested on the effects of third part voluntary certifications at company’ s level and on business innovation models as competitive processes to compete in today’s markets.

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.