Massimo Canali (Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Policy) has been assistant professor of agricultural economics at the Dept. of Agriculture and Food Sciences of the University of Bologna since 2005 and currently teaches agricultural economics and policy, environmental economics and economic geography. His research is concerned with sustainable development of agriculture and food systems, with a focus on environmental health and one-health issues. He has worked in international research and development projects for the European Commission (DGs Agriculture and Rural Development, Enlargement, and JRC), the European Parliament, the FAO, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the EU FP7-Programme. He is presently involved in economic evaluations related to area-wide integrated control of tiger mosquitos and to control of zoonotic diseases in Italy, and in the European COST action “Network for the Evaluation of One Health – NEOH”.
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