Massimo Canali (Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Policy) is assistant professor at the University of Bologna, where he teaches agricultural economics and policy, environmental economics and economic geography. His research is mainly concerned with sustainable development of agriculture and food systems by focusing on animal and environmental health economics and One-Health. He worked in international research and development projects for the European Commission, the European Parliament, the FAO, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European FP7-Project FUSIONS on food waste (work package leader) and in the European COST Action “Network for the Evaluation of One Health – NEOH”. He is presently involved in economic evaluations related to the area-wide integrated control of tiger mosquito and to the control of zoonotic diseases in Italy, and is Work Package Leader in the European H2020-project ROADMAP for a more prudent use of antimicrobials in livestock farming. He has obtained the National Scientific Qualification as Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics.