Jacopo Cammeo

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Jacopo graduated in Economics from the University of Florence (BSc, MSc) and in Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics from the University of St Andrews (MSc). He is a research assistant at the Department of Business and Law, University of Siena, and PhD Candidate in Business Administration and Management, with a fully funded scholarship from the Tuscany Region (Pegaso project, POR-FSE 2014-2020); his doctoral dissertation analyses the relationship between digitalisation and firms’ sustainability in the Tuscan marble sector.

His research areas lie with sustainability, clusters and innovation eco-systems, transition management, digitalisation. He runs research and published on socio-environmental sustainability in the wine business, green consumption, and social enterprises.

As a PhD Candidate from the University of Siena, partner of the “OpenInnoTrain” European consortium, Jacopo is a member of the project researchers’ group.

His collaboration with the Florence School of Regulation started in 2022 writing and contributing to the EUI input in a HORIZON-2022 project proposal for the call on “Public policies and indicators for well-being and sustainable development”. He is currently working on the project “LIFE-Deepening International Cooperation on Emission Trading”, following scientific directives and in coordination with Prof. Simone Borghesi, Scientific Director of the Project at the EUI, and Albert Ferrari.

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