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RUSSO CARLO - Professore Associato

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Afferente a: Dipartimento: Economia e Giurisprudenza

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: AGR/01

Orari di ricevimento: Giovedì dalle 12 alle 14

Recapiti:
E-Mail: carlo.russo@unicas.it
Telefono: 0776/299.3452

  • Insegnamento Economia delle imprese agroalimentari (91796)

    Primo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economia e commercio
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Programma
    Parte I: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori esogeni
    • Fattori socio-economici
    • L’innovazione tecnologica e organizzativa
    • L’intervento pubblico

    Parte II: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori endogeni
    • Il consumatore
    • La distribuzione alimentare
    • Le imprese di trasformazione
    • La produzione agricola

    Parte III: Le imprese cooperative

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame consiste in una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Agribusiness (91802)

    Primo anno di MANAGEMENT (LM-77), Scienze Manageriali
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Parte I: La trasmissione dei prezzi nei mercati agroalimentari
    - Concorrenza perfetta
    - Potere di mercato

    Parte II: Qualità
    - Il modello di Lancaster
    - Modelli di qualità verticale
    - Modelli di qualità orizzontale
    - Asimmetrie informative

    Parte III: Coordinamento e contratti
    - Il coordinamento nelle filiere agroalimentari
    - Contract farming

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame si basa su una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Governance of agri-food value chains (91953)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Part I: Agrifood Value Chains
    I.1 Value and value chains in the agrifood business
    • Value theory and definition
    • Consumer Value
    • Product positioning and consumer value
    • Shareholder value
    • Focus on large retailers’ value chains
    I.2 Contracts in value chains
    • Contract farming
    • Inclusive contracts in developing countries
    I.3 Regulation of value chains
    • Motivations for public intervention
    • Policy objectives: efficiency; distribution and fairness
    • Policy and market failure
    • Expenditure vs regulation policies
    • Case study: EU policy
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II: Organization of Agrifood Value Chains(Jointly with Technical University of Munich)
    II.1 Innovation in agrifood value chains
    • Definition of innovation
    • Dynamic innovation models
    • Focus of agrochemical industry
    • Governance of innovation: public vs private governance
    II.2 Issues in agrifood value chains
    • Fairness in agrifood value chains
    • Access costs and organization of the value chains
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Testi:
    Part I
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Valutazione:
    Students can freely choose between two exam options

    Option A (does NOT require class attendance):
    Final exam (oral) 100% of the grade

    Option B (mandatory class attendance):
    Class participation 30% of the grade
    Midterm (oral or presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)
    Final exam (presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)

    Option A:
    The final oral exam is composed of three questions on the study material (readings, report chapters, mandatory videos). The answer will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
    Completeness and correctness of your answer,
    Clear presentation and discussion of the topic,
    Congruence with the question


    Option B
    This option requires MANDATORY CLASS ATTENDANCE because of the intense classwork during the interaction with the Technical University of Munich. Students unable to attend classes must choose Option A.
    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:
    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation.
    Mid Term Exam: The midterm exam focuses on Part I of the syllabus and its designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: One or two open questions asking students to: i) explain a key concept in the syllabus, ii) apply the notions to a specific problem, iii) proof a given statement (any combination of the three type of questions is possible). Prior to the examinations, a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam is a presentation on a topic from Part II of the syllabus (selected by the instructor). The grade will be assessed jointly with the instructor from the Technical University of Munich

  • Insegnamento Economia delle imprese agroalimentari (91796)

    Secondo anno di ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 (L-18), Scienze gestionali e amministrative d'impresa
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Programma
    Parte I: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori esogeni
    • Fattori socio-economici
    • L’innovazione tecnologica e organizzativa
    • L’intervento pubblico

    Parte II: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori endogeni
    • Il consumatore
    • La distribuzione alimentare
    • Le imprese di trasformazione
    • La produzione agricola

    Parte III: Le imprese cooperative

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame consiste in una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Agribusiness (91802)

    Secondo anno di MANAGEMENT (LM-77), Economia e Diritto per le Professioni
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Parte I: La trasmissione dei prezzi nei mercati agroalimentari
    - Concorrenza perfetta
    - Potere di mercato

    Parte II: Qualità
    - Il modello di Lancaster
    - Modelli di qualità verticale
    - Modelli di qualità orizzontale
    - Asimmetrie informative

    Parte III: Coordinamento e contratti
    - Il coordinamento nelle filiere agroalimentari
    - Contract farming

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame si basa su una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Agribusiness (91802)

    Secondo anno di MANAGEMENT (LM-77), Scienze Manageriali
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Parte I: La trasmissione dei prezzi nei mercati agroalimentari
    - Concorrenza perfetta
    - Potere di mercato

    Parte II: Qualità
    - Il modello di Lancaster
    - Modelli di qualità verticale
    - Modelli di qualità orizzontale
    - Asimmetrie informative

    Parte III: Coordinamento e contratti
    - Il coordinamento nelle filiere agroalimentari
    - Contract farming

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame si basa su una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Governance of agri-food value chains (91953)

    Secondo anno di Economics and Entrepreneurship (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Part I: Agrifood Value Chains
    I.1 Value and value chains in the agrifood business
    • Value theory and definition
    • Consumer Value
    • Product positioning and consumer value
    • Shareholder value
    • Focus on large retailers’ value chains
    I.2 Contracts in value chains
    • Contract farming
    • Inclusive contracts in developing countries
    I.3 Regulation of value chains
    • Motivations for public intervention
    • Policy objectives: efficiency; distribution and fairness
    • Policy and market failure
    • Expenditure vs regulation policies
    • Case study: EU policy
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II: Organization of Agrifood Value Chains(Jointly with Technical University of Munich)
    II.1 Innovation in agrifood value chains
    • Definition of innovation
    • Dynamic innovation models
    • Focus of agrochemical industry
    • Governance of innovation: public vs private governance
    II.2 Issues in agrifood value chains
    • Fairness in agrifood value chains
    • Access costs and organization of the value chains
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Testi:
    Part I
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Valutazione:
    Students can freely choose between two exam options

    Option A (does NOT require class attendance):
    Final exam (oral) 100% of the grade

    Option B (mandatory class attendance):
    Class participation 30% of the grade
    Midterm (oral or presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)
    Final exam (presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)

    Option A:
    The final oral exam is composed of three questions on the study material (readings, report chapters, mandatory videos). The answer will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
    Completeness and correctness of your answer,
    Clear presentation and discussion of the topic,
    Congruence with the question


    Option B
    This option requires MANDATORY CLASS ATTENDANCE because of the intense classwork during the interaction with the Technical University of Munich. Students unable to attend classes must choose Option A.
    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:
    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation.
    Mid Term Exam: The midterm exam focuses on Part I of the syllabus and its designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: One or two open questions asking students to: i) explain a key concept in the syllabus, ii) apply the notions to a specific problem, iii) proof a given statement (any combination of the three type of questions is possible). Prior to the examinations, a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam is a presentation on a topic from Part II of the syllabus (selected by the instructor). The grade will be assessed jointly with the instructor from the Technical University of Munich

  • Insegnamento Governance of agri-food value chains (91953)

    Secondo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Part I: Agrifood Value Chains
    I.1 Value and value chains in the agrifood business
    • Value theory and definition
    • Consumer Value
    • Product positioning and consumer value
    • Shareholder value
    • Focus on large retailers’ value chains
    I.2 Contracts in value chains
    • Contract farming
    • Inclusive contracts in developing countries
    I.3 Regulation of value chains
    • Motivations for public intervention
    • Policy objectives: efficiency; distribution and fairness
    • Policy and market failure
    • Expenditure vs regulation policies
    • Case study: EU policy
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II: Organization of Agrifood Value Chains(Jointly with Technical University of Munich)
    II.1 Innovation in agrifood value chains
    • Definition of innovation
    • Dynamic innovation models
    • Focus of agrochemical industry
    • Governance of innovation: public vs private governance
    II.2 Issues in agrifood value chains
    • Fairness in agrifood value chains
    • Access costs and organization of the value chains
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Testi:
    Part I
    Readings
    • Gwin, C. F., & Gwin, C. R. (2003). Product attributes model: A tool for evaluating brand positioning. Journal of Marketing theory and Practice, 11(2), 30-42.
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ONLY ONE CASE STUDY OF CHOICHE between Chapter 6, 7 OR 10 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    Videos (Mandatory)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_JiP-j2FwM 12:47 min Why U.S. Malls Are Disappearing
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOt4NkcmIUg 13:38 min How China is changing the future of shopping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad-GuV6YIMI 13:56 The future of shopping: what's in store? | The Economist
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNpk_OGEGlA 16:49 The incredible logistics of grocery store
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRoeW2wImgU 46:47 min The Secret World of... Biscuits | BBC

    Part II
    Readings
    • Lecture notes on innovation (Available on google classroom)
    • Da Silva, C. A., & Ranking, M. (2013). Contract farming for inclusive market access. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Chapter 2 AND 3 available at http://www.fao.org/sustainable-food-value-chains/library/details/fr/c/266510/
    • choose only 1 of the following 2 readings
    o Various Authors (2020). Pass-through of unfair trading practices in EU food supply chains: methodology and empirical application. Chapters 2, 11 AND 12. Available at https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC120994
    o Russo C. and Menapace L. (2021). Upfront consts as coordination devices in the European agrifood value chain. JRC report (draft) available on google classrom. Chapters 2, 3, 4 and 5

    Valutazione:
    Students can freely choose between two exam options

    Option A (does NOT require class attendance):
    Final exam (oral) 100% of the grade

    Option B (mandatory class attendance):
    Class participation 30% of the grade
    Midterm (oral or presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)
    Final exam (presentation) 35% of the grade (in class)

    Option A:
    The final oral exam is composed of three questions on the study material (readings, report chapters, mandatory videos). The answer will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
    Completeness and correctness of your answer,
    Clear presentation and discussion of the topic,
    Congruence with the question


    Option B
    This option requires MANDATORY CLASS ATTENDANCE because of the intense classwork during the interaction with the Technical University of Munich. Students unable to attend classes must choose Option A.
    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:
    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation.
    Mid Term Exam: The midterm exam focuses on Part I of the syllabus and its designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: One or two open questions asking students to: i) explain a key concept in the syllabus, ii) apply the notions to a specific problem, iii) proof a given statement (any combination of the three type of questions is possible). Prior to the examinations, a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam is a presentation on a topic from Part II of the syllabus (selected by the instructor). The grade will be assessed jointly with the instructor from the Technical University of Munich

  • Insegnamento Economia delle imprese agroalimentari (91796)

    Terzo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economia e commercio
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Programma
    Parte I: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori esogeni
    • Fattori socio-economici
    • L’innovazione tecnologica e organizzativa
    • L’intervento pubblico

    Parte II: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori endogeni
    • Il consumatore
    • La distribuzione alimentare
    • Le imprese di trasformazione
    • La produzione agricola

    Parte III: Le imprese cooperative

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame consiste in una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Economia delle imprese agroalimentari (91796)

    Terzo anno di ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 (L-18), Economia e management dell'innovazione
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Programma
    Parte I: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori esogeni
    • Fattori socio-economici
    • L’innovazione tecnologica e organizzativa
    • L’intervento pubblico

    Parte II: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori endogeni
    • Il consumatore
    • La distribuzione alimentare
    • Le imprese di trasformazione
    • La produzione agricola

    Parte III: Le imprese cooperative

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame consiste in una prova orale

  • Insegnamento Economia delle imprese agroalimentari (91796)

    Terzo anno di ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 (L-18), Scienze gestionali e amministrative d'impresa
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    Programma
    Parte I: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori esogeni
    • Fattori socio-economici
    • L’innovazione tecnologica e organizzativa
    • L’intervento pubblico

    Parte II: L'evoluzione del sistema agroalimentare: fattori endogeni
    • Il consumatore
    • La distribuzione alimentare
    • Le imprese di trasformazione
    • La produzione agricola

    Parte III: Le imprese cooperative

    Testi:
    Dispense a cura del docente

    Valutazione:
    L'esame consiste in una prova orale

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  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economia 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economics and entrepreneurship - Economia e Imprenditorialità 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Management 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economics and entrepreneurship 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e mercati globali 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e Imprenditorialità 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e Imprenditorialita' 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Global economy and business 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economics and Entrepreneurship - (2020/2021)
    Data e ora appello: 09/12/2021, ore 10:00
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    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 15/11/2021 al 08/12/2021 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e commercio 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE PICCOLE E MEDIE IMPRESE 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE - 7088 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e commercio - 7101 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia Aziendale 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e Commercio 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE FROSINONE 91796 Economia delle imprese agroalimentari - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 91796 Economia delle imprese agroalimentari - Economia e commercio - (2020/2021)
    Data e ora appello: 09/12/2021, ore 10:00
    Luogo: 0.06
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 15/11/2021 al 08/12/2021 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA, IMPRESA E ISTITUZIONI 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Economia, Impresa e Istituzioni 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Economia 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Management 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - MANAGEMENT 91802 Agribusiness - MANAGEMENT 91802 Agribusiness - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 91802 Agribusiness - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA CASSINO - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 - (2020/2021)
    Data e ora appello: 09/12/2021, ore 10:00
    Luogo: 0.06
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 15/11/2021 al 08/12/2021 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e commercio 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE PICCOLE E MEDIE IMPRESE 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE - 7088 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e commercio - 7101 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia Aziendale 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - Economia e Commercio 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 10443 ECONOMIA DELLE IMPRESE AGROALIMENTARI - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE FROSINONE 91796 Economia delle imprese agroalimentari - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 91796 Economia delle imprese agroalimentari - Economia e commercio - (2021/2022)
    Data e ora appello: 03/02/2022, ore 10:00
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    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 10/12/2021 al 02/02/2022 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economia 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economics and entrepreneurship - Economia e Imprenditorialità 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Management 10622 GLOBAL FOOD MARKETS - Economics and entrepreneurship 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e mercati globali 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e Imprenditorialità 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economia e Imprenditorialita' 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Global economy and business 91953 Governance of agri-food value chains - Economics and Entrepreneurship - (2021/2022)
    Data e ora appello: 03/02/2022, ore 10:00
    Luogo:
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 01/12/2021 al 02/02/2022 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA, IMPRESA E ISTITUZIONI 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Economia, Impresa e Istituzioni 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Economia 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - Management 10413 AGRIBUSINESS - MANAGEMENT 91802 Agribusiness - MANAGEMENT 91802 Agribusiness - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 91802 Agribusiness - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA CASSINO - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 - (2020/2021)
    Data e ora appello: 03/02/2022, ore 10:00
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    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 01/12/2021 al 02/02/2022 (prenota l'appello)

Studi
2008 Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics (University of California, Davis)
2001 Master of Science in Agricultural Economics (Michigan State University)
1992 Laurea con Lode in Economia e Commercio (Università degli studi di Roma 'La Sapienza')

Esperienze professionali
Posizione attuale e abilitazione accademica
Professore Associato in Economia ed Estimo Rurale (AGR/01)
Università degli studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Dipartimento di Economia e Giurisprudenza
Abilitazione nazionale per Professore Ordinario
Superata nel 2012 (Prima sessione)

Esperienze professionali precedenti
2001-2005 Ricercatore Universitario presso l'Università degli Studi di Cassino
1993-1999 Revisore contabile per la Confederazione Cooperative Italiane

Incarichi professionali e accademici

Incarichi accademici (attuali)
Vice Direttore del Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza dell'Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale
Coordinatore della Sezione Scienze Economiche del Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza
Membro della Giunta del Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza
Responsabile per la Ricerca e la Valutazione del Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza
Membro del Collegio dei Docenti del Dottorato di Ricerca in Instituzioni, Mercati e Comportamenti, Università degli studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale
Membro del Collegio del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Management, Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza
Membro del Collegio dei Docenti del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Global Economics and Business, Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza

Principali incarichi accademici ricoperti in passato
2010-2011 Direttore del Dipartimento di Istituzioni, Metodi Quantitativi e Territorio, dell'Università degli Studi di Cassino
2008-2010 Coordinatore del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Economia, Management e Finanza d'Impresa, Facoltà di Economia
2009-2012 Membro del Collegio della Scuola di Dottorato in Economia dell'Università degli Studi di Cassino

Responsabilità didattiche

Insegnamenti attuali

Insegnamento di Agribusiness, nel Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Management, Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza. Il programma prevede applicazioni della teoria dei contratti e di Economia Industriale per la gestione delle filiere agro-alimentari.

Insegnamento di Global Food Markets, Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Global Economics and Business, Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza. Il programma tratta elementi di Economia Industriale applicati ai temi delle supply chain internazionali del settore agroalimentare. Il corso è tenuto in lingua inglese ed è rivolto a studenti internazionali

Insegnamento di Economia delle Imprese Agro-Alimentari, Corso di Laurea Triennale in Economia Aziendale, Dipartimento Economia e Giurisprudenza. Il programma prevede l'insegnamento degli elementi di base della gestione delle filiere agro-alimentari

Insegnamento di Value Chain Economics presso la Technical University di Monaco



Attività di ricerca
Principali aree di ricerca
Concorrenza nelle filiere agro-alimentari. L'area include studi in materia di potere negoziale, potere di mercato e bilanciamento della capacità negoziale nel sistema agro-alimentare. I temi affrontati includono la misurazione e la rappresentazione del potere di mercato, l'esercizio di bilanciamento da parte di cooperative e associazioni produttori, le pratiche commerciali scorrette. In generale gli studi svolti mirano a capire come viene esercitato il potere negoziale e di mercato e come possibile difendere i soggetti deboli come agricoltori e piccoli imprenditori.

Politica agricola. Gli studi svolti hanno riguardato due temi principali: i) effetti inattesi di politiche agricole derivanti dal potere di mercato di operatori del sistema agro-alimentare e ii) il design e la valutazione di politiche di sviluppo rurale. Attualmente sono in corso studi sulle politiche di informazione dei consumatori e sulle nuove discipline in materia di pratiche commerciali scorrette.

Gestione e organizzazione delle supply chain agro-alimentari. Gli studi in questo campo includono il ruolo degli standard privati nel coordinamento, gli effetti delle strategie di prezzo della GDO sui produttori agricoli, il design dei consorzi di tutela e gli incentivi alle frodi alimentari.

Informazione dei consumatori. L'attività recente ha riguardato le strategie di comunicazione e informazione rivolte ai consumatori. In particolare gli studi si concentrano sulla rappresentazione di modelli competitivi in prezzi e informazione per le imprese agroalimentari.

Analisi di dataset massivi di micro-dati aziendali. Lo studio del micro-dato censuario è stato analizzato all'individuazione di profili aziendali, ad analisi socio-demografiche e alla valutazione dell'impatto aziendale delle politiche agricole.

Attività di Policy Advising (Recenti)
European Parliament: Partecipazione allo studio sul potere negoziale nelle filiere agroalimentari.
JRC - Joint Research Centre, European Commission: Consulenza in materia di politiche agricole in regime di concorrenza imperfetta.
Regione Lazio, Piano di Sviluppo Rurale 2014-20: advisor per le priorità, 2 (Competitiveness), e 3 (Supply Chain), strumenti finanziari e PEI
Arsial: advisor sui temi della valorizzazione della Biodiversità.
Regione Campania: advisor per l'analisi dei dati censuari.
Regione Lazio: advisor per l'analisi dei dati censuari.

Premi e riconoscimenti internazionali
2012 Outstanding Published Research Award, attribuito dallaWAEA (Western Agricultural Economics Association, USA)
2011 Quality of Policy Contribution Publication Award, attribuito dalla EAAE (European Association of Agricultural Economists)

Le migliori cinque pubblicazioni
C. Russo, A. Di Fonzo (2015): Designing Geographical Indication institutions when stakeholders' incentives are not perfectly aligned. British Food Journal,Vol. 117(10): 2484 - 2500
C. Russo (2012): Estimating market power with weak a priori information: An exploratory approach to the model specification problem. Review of Industrial Organization vol. 40(4): 339-354
R. Goodhue, C. Russo (2012). Modeling processor market power and the incidence of agricultural policy: a nonparametric approach. In J. Zivin, J. Perlo_ (editors). The intended and unintended e_ects of U.S. agricultural & biotechnology policies.: 51-81, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago USA ISBN: 9780226988030
C. Russo, R. Goodhue, R.J. Sexton (2011): Agricultural support policies in imperfectly competitive markets: Why market power matters in policy design. American Journal of Agricultural Economics vol. 93(5): 1328-1340
C. Russo, C. Cardillo, M. A. Perito (2003). Product innovation and imperfect competition in the italian fruit-drink industry. The International Food and Agribusi ness Management Review, vol. 6

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