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Alessandro Gretter

University of innsbruck (AT) and FONDAZIONE EDMUND MACH (IT)

Graduated in Economics (Trento, 1998) and Environmental Economics (Siena, 2008). He has spent a period at Department of Economics and Geography at Durham University (United Kingdom) during the ERASMUS programme. Now is PhD Candidate in Geography at the University of Innsbruck (Austria). His PhD project title is “Socio-economic effects of multi-level dwelling in Alps”, from which most of his recent contributions have been originated.
Alessandro works at Research and Innovation Centre of Fondazione Edmund Mach, operating in creation of international research networks and writing of projects (in particular related to Alpine area). Since July 2016 he is acting as a co-member of the Action Group n. 7 "Connectivity" of Alpine Macro-Region (EUSALP) in behalf of the Autonomous Province of Trento. He is now involved in the implementation of some projects financed by European Union via EIT Climate KIC, Alpine Space Programme (EcoAlpsWater) and ARPAF Programme (AlpJobs and TransAlp) focussed on the governance of natural resources, population and economic dynamics and urban-rural relationships.
His research interest are on Human Ecology, Socio-Economic analysis of rural and mountain territories, landscape governance, planning and sustainable development. He is author and co-author of more than 25 scientific and technical-scientific publication. 


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