BassiroSó, Eduardo Ferreira Franco, Hamilton Coimbra Carvalho, Joaquim Rocha dos Santos, Stefano Armenia - This paper aims to understand and explore the causal relationship of elements responsible for the macro vicious cycle of poverty in Guinea-Bissau, and discuss policies to break it. The study presents a critical stance towards common recommendations from international agencies, and it provides a blueprint for development of more effective public policies.
Armendariz V, Armenia S, Atzori A S - Ce module aborde les différentes dimensions de l’alimentation et leurs relations. Il précise la notion de système alimentaire en développant notamment la question des verrouillages socio-techniques du système alimentaire industriel actuel.
NONINO, ARMENIA, DOMINICI - The book series "Business Systems" publishes research and essays, coming from the scientific and consulting activity of the members of the nonprofit scientific organisation Business Systems Laboratory (Italy) as well as from invited well-known scientists in the business systems field. The book series aims to attract the cutting-edge research at international level and to make it available for academics and practitioners.
Destination mobility management in the light of service research: the “good practices” of South Tyrol
Armenia Stefano et al. - The work presented herein refers to the theoretically framework of Service Research. In particular, in Tourism, the "service-centred" way of thinking and acting has been clearly visible and generalized over time, implying important reconsideration both in definitions and in strategies.
Georgios Tsaples; Stefano Armenia - One of the most challenging issues that policy makers will face in the near future is population ageing and its consequences in pension systems. The purpose of the paper is to investigate the effect of the increase in the retirement age on the pension scheme of Greece, by also taking into account social unrest that can inhibit the policy implementation.
Systemic Analysis of Food Supply and Distribution Systems in City-Region Systems—An Examination of FAO’s Policy Guidelines towards Sustainable Agri-Food Systems
Armendariz V, Armenia S, Atzori A S - The world is continuously transforming to supply growing cities and urbanization processes are still driving important changes in our current food systems. Future sustainability constraints are emphasizing that Food Supply and Distribution Systems (FSDS) are deeply embedded in city-region systems with specific technical and socio-ecological characteristics.
Armenia S et al. - The globalization of the tourism industry has led to a rapid expansion of tourism businesses on an international scale, in order to exploit the possibilities of an interconnected world to expand market share and profitability (Ritchie, 2004).
Armenia S. et. al - What should be the policy to meet urban food needs in developing countries and those in transition? is FAO’s main question before the current overwhelming increase of urban population. To answer, it is necessary to understand the problematic of FSDS and the structure causing it to be really able of assessing any policy to reach the goal.
Armenia S, De Angelis A - This paper addresses the value of a proposed methodology for the analysis of complex international crises, by stating that Systems Thinking and System Dynamics (the former as the initial, qualitative, part in the approach, the latter as the basis for a possible development of our approach towards the development of Decision Support Systems for the quantitative analysis of crises scenarios) can be used to develop a suitable understanding of any complex situation in a timely manner.
Manuela Minozzi et al. - We studied the time evolution problem driven by growth for a non-Euclidean ball which at its initial state is equipped with a non-compatible distortion field. The problem is set within the framework of non-linear elasticity with large growing distortions.