M. Canali (Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Policy - 1993) has been a researcher at the University of Bologna (Department of Agri-Food Science and Technology) since 2005 and currently teaches Economics, Policy, and Sustainability of Agro-Food Systems and Economic Geography and Environmental Economics at the School of Economics, Management, and Statistics.
His research focuses on the economics and policies of the agri-food sector and sustainable development. He worked in international research and development projects for the European Commission (DGs Agriculture and Rural Development and JRC), the European Parliament, the FAO, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and within the EU FP7-Programme.
He is currently involved in the economic evaluation of area-wide integrated Tiger Mosquito control in Italy and in the EU COST action “Network for the Evaluation of One Health – NEOH”, supported by the Horizon 2020 Programme.
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