Venere Stefania Sanna
Venere Stefania Sanna is a Political and Economic Geography researcher currently working for CeSPI of Rome, Ministry of Environment & SOGESID S.p.a., and Sapienza University on a variety of projects and research proposals for securing research grants and funding. She holds a PhD in Economic Geography and a Masters in Economics.
Venere has been involved in many national and international projects from the Galapagos Islands via Central America to the European Union, and her research interests include local economic development, and theories and methods for quantitative and qualitative socio-economic research. Her research often supports policy makers in local government.
She is currently working on the analysis and assessment of the social, economic, political, and technological impacts of the transition from the “linear economy” to a “circular economy”. Her previous research project was mainly focused on transition movements and the contribution of community-based initiatives towards a more sustainable society, the sharing economy, and immigrant integration issues.
Her research method is based on a strong interdisciplinary approach which incorporates policy and practice impacts, and her eclectic publication record reflects her diversity in fields of knowledge and study.
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