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Review of studies on sustainability
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The REVIEW OF STUDIES ON SUSTAINABILITY stems from an initiative of the Simone Cesaretti Foundation and intends to be a means of deepening scientific knowledge on the issues of sustainable development, analyzed in its various dimensions: environmental, economic, territorial, social and generational.
To this end, the Review is distinguished by its interdisciplinary nature and is not intended to serve only the Italian public, but it is proposed to contribute to the international debate on sustainable human development.
The review, therefore, hosts papers of Italian and foreign scholars in order to stimulate debate on these issues, develop an exchange of knowledge and experience in research and facilitate the integration of multidisciplinary expertise.
The Review of Studies on Sustainability applies to become a reference point for different types of recipients, including: social scientists, philosophy, law, economics, psychology, politicians, entrepreneurs, decision makers and leaders and, more generally, anyone interested in the fundamental problems of our time.
Contributions may cover invited papers and communications, reviews and interviews. Moreover a special section, called forum, will host contributions in foreign languages.

Editor: Eva Pföstl, Vice-Presidente del Collegio dei Saggi della Fondazione Simone Cesaretti
Co-editors: Nicola Marinelli (Università degli Studi di Firenze);
Editorial Board: Massimiliano Agovino (Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope); Zacharoula Andreopoulou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki); Mirza Barjees Baig (College of Food and Agricultural Sciences King Saud University); Irene Paola Borrelli (Fondazione Simone Cesaretti); Florina Bran (Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies); Carlo Alberto Campiotti (ENEA); Daniela Covino (Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope); Zaid Eyadat (Dean, School of International Studies and Political Science, The University of Jordan); Jean-Paul Fitoussi (Institut d’études politiques de Paris); Antonio Garofalo (Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope); Adriano Giannola (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II); Enrico Giovannini (Università di Roma "Tor Vergata"); Safwat Shakir Hanna (Prairie View A&M University, Texas); Timothy Josling (Institute for International Studies, Stanford University); Kateryna Kononova (Karazin Kharkiv National University); Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS - Guido Carli); Filomena Maggino (Sapienza Università di Roma); Alberto Manelli (Università Politecnica delle Marche); Mariella Nocenzi (Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"); Stefano Picchi (Accademia Europea di Bolzano); Giovanni Poggeschi (Università del Salento); Angelo Riccaboni (Università degli Studi di Siena); Bruce Rich (Environmental Law Institute in Washington); Brent S. Steel (Oregon State University); Martina Steiner (Università di Vienna); Joseph Thompson (Villanova University, Philadelphia); Immacolata Viola (Fondazione Simone Cesaretti).

Managing Editor: Dr. Immacolata Viola, Simone Cesaretti Foundation, Via Casaraia 2, 80049 - Somma Vesuviana, Napoli. www.fondazionesimonecesaretti.it, e-mail: rivista@fondazionesimonecesaretti.it.

The Review of Studies on Sustainability foresees a process of peer reviewing. Each proposed article is submitted to two referees chosen between Italian and international experts. They are invited to give their judgments in an anonymous and impartial form. The judgments will be forwarded to authors even if their papers should be rejected to publication. The responsibility to publish the article in the final form remains an exclusive decision of the Editor in chief.

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Eva Maria Pföstl, Editorial
Gian Paolo Cesaretti, Rosa Misso, Hanna Safwat H. Shakir, Territorial competition and circular economy
Tamara Merkulova, Kateryna Kononova, Olena Titomir, Development trends of circular economy: Case study of Ukraine
Luigi Bollani, Giovanni Peira, Erica Varese, Enrico Nesi, Maria Beatrice Pairotti, Alessandro Bonadonna, Labelling and sustainability in the green food economy: Perception among millennials with a good cultural background
Hanna Safwat H. Shakir, Gian Paolo Cesaretti, Rosa Misso, Ecological Human Imprint: Global Agro Ecosystem, Balance of Human Race with Nature and Economic Sustainability
Zacharoula Andreopoulou, Internet of Things and food circular economy: A new tool for Sustainable Development Goals
Angela Mariani, Simona Monteleone, Donatella Privitera, Crowdfunding as social innovation practice: Experiences in Italy
Maria Bonaventura Forleo, Nadia Palmieri, University value for sustainability: What do stakeholders perceive? An Italian case study

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Gian Paolo Cesaretti, Insights and Suggestions - Territories facing the challenge of Sustainability
Daniela Covino, Rosa Malgeri Manzo, The violation of human rights and the exploitation of youth in developing countries
Diego Matricano, The influence of sustainable entrepreneurship culture on start-up expectations: A comparative analysis
Enrico Gori, Ting Fa Margherita Chang, Luca Iseppi, Beniamino Cenci Goga, Maria Francesca Iulietto, Paola Sechi, Maria Antonietta Lepellere, The assessment of consumer sensitivity to animal welfare: An application of Rasch Model
Marcella De Filippo, Delio Colangelo, Luca Farnia, Innovation and new business models in tourism
Francesco Zecca, Natalia Rastorgueva, Knowledge management as a key stone of sustainable welfare in the Italian rural areas
Angelo Bencivenga, Anna Maria Giampietro, Annalisa Percoco, Food and wine tourism in Basilicata: The positioning map in tourism product development
Eva Maria Pföstl, Editorial
Sara Fabbrizzi, Filomena Maggino, Nicola Marinelli, Silvio Menghini, Cecilia Ricci, Sandro Sacchelli, Sustainability: A quantitative discourse analysis
Angela Pepe, The European Capital of Culture: A tool for promoting human capital. Matera 2019 case study
Rosa Misso, Zacharoula Andreopoulou, Wine and Health: A sustainable governance for a responsible communication
Clio Kenterelidou, Fani Galatsopoulou, Antonis Skamnakis, Agrotourism and well-being sustainability: A communication and journalistic approach to ‘what matters and better life’
Gianluigi De Pascale, Fedele Colantuono, Sara Djelveh, Francesco Contò, Economic sustainability in Short Food Supply Chain. The case of the Horizon 2020 project "Short Food Supply Chain Knowledge and Innovation Network (SKIN)"
Barbara Cafarelli, Piermichele La Sala, Giustina Pellegrini, Mariantonietta Fiore, Consumers’ preferences investigation for extra virgin olive oil basing on conjoint analysis
A cura della Redazione, Ringraziamenti

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