Journals

  • L'ospite ingrato

    «L’ospite ingrato» online è una rivista scientifica internazionale semestrale e peer-reviewed.

    Il progetto della rivista online nasce dalla volontà di creare uno spazio che, partendo dall’esperienza dell’«Ospite ingrato», proponga studi, discussioni ed interventi sulla letteratura, nelle sue relazioni con forme e temi dell’attualità, con particolare riguardo agli interessi culturali e agli ambiti di ricerca scientifica del Centro Franco Fortini.

  • Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development (JAEID)

    NEW 2022 IMPACT FACTOR: 0.8 | IF WITHOUT SELF CITATIONS: 0.8

    The Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development (JAEID) is an international, multidisciplinary journal publishing original research and technical papers concerning activities devoted to International Development in the Global South, particularly associated with marginalized and resource-limited contexts The topics covered by the journal comprehend, but are not limited to:

    • Agronomy, crop production and food security studies in rural and urbanised marginal contexts
    • Sustainable management of natural resources in agriculture (e.g. soil, land, water)
    • Remote sensing applications, forestry and natural resources evaluation
    • Rural development, inclusive of economic analysis, and social sciences studies concerning farmand environmental management
    • Livestock production, aquaculture and fisheries and conservation of animal biodiversity
    • Climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation  strategies related to previous topics 

    We encourage the submission of original and innovative results from international cooperation projects. The journal specifically does not address papers referring to human health studies and/or about experimental studies without a direct link to rural development.


    Editor-in-Chief Elena Bresci, University of Florence, Italy
    ISSN 1590-7198 (print) 
    ISSN 2240-2802 (online)

    The Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development (JAEID)
    is indexed in:
        


  • Acta Herpetologica

    Acta Herpetologica, a journal open to academics all over the world, offers itself as a new site for the presentation and discussion of the most recent results in the field of research on Amphibians and Reptiles, both living and extinct. The official journal of the Societas Herpetologica Italica (S.H.I.), Acta Herpetologica publishes original works – extended articles, short notes and book reviews – mostly in English, dealing with the biology and diversity of Amphibians and Reptiles.

     
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Marco Mangiacotti, Università di Pavia, Italy
    ISSN 1827-9643 (online)
     
    Acta Herpetologica is indexed in:
     
     
  • Advances in Horticultural Science

    "Advances in Horticultural Science aims to provide a forum for original investigations in horticulture, viticulture and oliviculture"

    The journal publishes fully refereed papers which cover applied and theoretical approaches to the most recent studies of all areas of horticulture - fruit growing, vegetable growing, viticulture, floriculture, medicinal plants, ornamental gardening, garden and landscape architecture, in temperate, subtropical and tropical regions. Papers on horticultural aspects of agronomic, breeding, biotechnology, entomology, irrigation and plant stress physiology, plant nutrition, plant protection, plant pathology, and pre and post harvest physiology, are also welcomed


    Editor-in-Chief:
    Stefano Mancuso, Università di Firenze, Italy

    ISSN 1592-1573 (online)


    Browse the articles by the UN Sustainable Development Goals


  • Aestimum

    Aestimum is an interdisciplinary and open access Journal dedicated to the methodological study of appraisal and land economics. Founded in 1976 by the Italian Association of Appraisers and Land Economists (Ce.S.E.T.), the topics of interests include rural, urban and environmental appraisal, law studies, evaluation of public investments and land use planning. All the areas are addressed to the international scene. The Journal aims to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences between scholars and practitioners.
     
    Editor-in-Chief
    Antonio Boggia, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italia
     
    Co-Editors
    Maria De Salvo, Università degli Studi di Catania, Italia
    Nicoletta Ferrucci, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italia
    Saverio Miccoli, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Italia
     

    ISSN 1724-2118 (online)

     
    Aestimum is indexed in:
     
     

     
  • Bio-based and Applied Economics

    NEW 2022 IMPACT FACTOR: 1.4 | IF WITHOUT SELF CITATIONS: 1.2

     
    Bio-based and Applied Economics (BAE) is an open-access journal promoted by the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AIEAA). Bio-based and Applied Economics (BAE) publishes contributions on the economics and policy of bio-based industries, such as agriculture, forestry, fishery and food, dealing with any related disciplines, such as resource and environmental economics, consumer studies, regional economics, innovation and development economics. The journal aims to promote their mutual enrichment by publishing articles and book reviews in all areas linking these subjects

    ISSN: 2280-6172 (online) 

    Editors: Fabio Bartolini, University of Ferrara, Italy; Silvia Coderoni, University of Teramo, Italy

     
      
     
     
    Bio-based and Applied Economics is indexed in:
     
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  • Cambio. Rivista sulle Trasformazioni Sociali

    OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS 2024: Please click here to read the open call for papers or visit our CALL FOR PAPERS SECTION
     
     

    OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS 2024: Please click here to read the open call for papers or visit our CALL FOR PAPERS SECTION
     

    PREMIO LORENZO BARGELLINI 2023: Please click here to read the announcement of the award



    Cambio. An International Journal on Social Change

    Cambio. Rivista sulle trasformazioni sociali is a peer-reviewed and open-access electronic journal now in its nineth year. It aims to promote theoretical and analytical debates at international level arising from contributions focused on processes of change that are affecting present-day individuals and societies at both local and global levels. CAMBIO's main inspiration is sociological, but it has deliberately chosen to place itself in the open field of the social sciences, convinced that there can be no real depth of specialization without acceptance of the challenge of complexity, a challenge that must be faced in any attempt to interpret, understand, explain or comprehend. 

    Editor-in-Chief:
    Angela Perulli, Università di Firenze, Italy
    e-ISSN: 2239-1118

    CAMBIO. Rivista sulle trasformazioni sociali is indexed in:
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    CAMBIO. Rivista sulle trasformazioni sociali is supported by:

  • Form@re - Open Journal per la formazione in rete

    Form@re is an Open Journal that aims to foster a closer integration between theory and practice in the field of educational technologies, teaching and learning practices, instructional design. The aim is to make available to teachers, trainers and researchers a significant archive of Open Educational Resources and Best Practices.

    Form@re is a quarterly periodical that collect research and teaching experiences, in particular on the following topics: educational research based on evidence, principles and methods of education, school innovation, technology in teaching and learning, media education, special education and inclusion, e-learning, knowledge management, lifelong learning.

    Form@re officially ranked in the top class of legal journals (A-Class) by the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes (ANVUR)


    Editor-in-Chief:
    Paolo Federighi, Università di Firenze, Italy

    ISSN 1825-7321 (online) 


    New Call for Papers is out now. Read more...


    Form@re is indexed in:
     

     

  • Italian Journal of Electoral Studies (IJES)


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    Quaderni dell'Osservatorio elettorale (QOE) – Italian Journal of Electoral Studies (IJES) - is an international scientific journal dedicated to all different dimensions of elections and voting. Founded in 1977 by Mario Caciagli (University of Florence), QOE-IJES is a reference for electoral studies in Italy. Almost half a century later, QOE-IJES is now the official journal of the Italian Society for Electoral Studies (SISE), thanks to an agreement between SISE and the Regione Toscana. The Journal aims at continuing publishing high-quality original papers from both Italian and international scholars, with the aim to further becoming a major outlet of elections and voting, public opinion, political behavior, and party studies in Italy and beyond.

    NEWS: November 2023: QOE - IJES has been accepted for Scopus indexing, underscoring its academic excellence and international relevance. The Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) conducted a thorough review of QOE - IJES journal and recognised several key strengths: a) Consistent publication of academically sound and relevant articles for an international academic and professional audience; b) Alignment of journal content with the journal's scope and aims; c) Addressing a subject area that is not adequately covered by existing journals.


    ISSN 2724-4679 (ONLINE) ISSN 0392-6753 (PRINT)
    QOE-IJES
     
    Editors in Chief
    Paolo Bellucci, University of Siena, Italy
    Silvia Bolgherini, University of Perugia, Italy


    QOE-IJES is indexed in:
                    

    QOE-IJES is now making articles available online after the acceptance.


  • Media Education

    CALL FOR PAPERS (time sensitive)

    Media Education – Studi, ricerche e buone pratiche

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    Here are the latest Calls for Papers from our Journal "Media Education – Studi, ricerche e buone pratiche"
    For further information visit our Call for Papers Section or read our Press Release

    Call for Papers - Digital Social Work: challenges and opportunities in the XXI century

     

    The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated an already ongoing process of digitization within social,education and health services. This complex interaction creates a strong sense of the highlydynamic state of the field of social innovation.

    Scholars who are studying the topic of digital social and educational service are invited to submitpapers in which they report on the epistemological, methodological research carried out on theapplication of ITC to social work practices and social work education, as well as issues relating toprofessional ethics in the digital environment and the challenge of access to services and rights incontexts of inequality linked to the digital divide.

    IMPORTANT DATES

    June 30, 2022: Articles submission deadline

    September 30, 2022: Notification of article acceptance (with any requested changes)

    October 15, 2022: Final article due (with any changes)

    December 20, 2022: Publication of the issue

    For further details visit our Call for Papers Section or download the Call as a PDF

    Call for Papers - Special Issue: Media Education and inclusion of people with disability

     

    This special issue intends to address these topics both in terms of scientific reflections starting from the recognition of the existing literature, and in terms of presentation of best practices in the educational and didactic field in order to:

    • offer to educators and teachers a theoretical and practical framework on the importance of media literacy for inclusion,
    • promote a better quality of the media and for a constructive contribution to the creation of an inclusive culture.

    IMPORTANT DATES - Extended deadline for submitting the papers to January 23,  2022

    January 23, 2022: Articles submission deadline

    February 28, 2022: Notification of article acceptance (with any requested changes)

    April 30, 2022: Final article due (with any changes)

    May 31, 2022: Publication of the issue

    For further details visit our Call for Papers Section or download the Call as a PDF

    Media Education aims to increase knowledge and understanding of ways in which digital technology can enhance education, through the publication of high-quality research, which extends theory and practice. The Editors welcome research papers on the pedagogical uses of digital technology, where the focus is broad enough to be of interest to a wider education community.  It is open to established and emerging scholars, media professionals, teachers and educators. The journal adopts a double-blind peer review process to foster a multidisciplinary and intellectually rigorous debate on both the theory and practice of interactive media in education.

    Editors in Chief
    Gianna Cappello, University of Palermo, Italy
    Maria Ranieri, University of Florence, Italy

    Media Education is indexed in:
         
     
    ISSN (print): 2038-3002 
    ISSN (online): 2038-3010 

  • Phenomenology and Mind

     

     Published by our friends Rosenberg & Sellier from 2020.

    This Journal is no longer edited by Firenze University Press. Please visit Rosenbergesellier.it to browse the latest Issues.

    ISSN 2239-4028 (online)

  • Prometheus. Rivista di studi classici

    Prometheus was founded in 1975 by Adelmo Barigazzi and mainly focuses on research regardin Latin and Greek texts in the belief that antiquity can still be crucial in the uprising of modern pupils. Great interest is given to the analysis of manuscrypts and textual criticism, but also to the interpretation and comment of the works.

     
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Angelo Alfredo Casanova, Università di Firenze, Italy

     

    ISSN 2281-1044 (online)

     

  • Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali

    Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali / Working Papers in Linguistics and Oriental Studies (QULSO), is an open-access peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for scholarly debate for Linguistics and Oriental Studies researchers in Italy and abroad. The journal publishes articles relating to the analysis of natural language in its various aspects, paying special attention to the following fields of inquiry: theoretical models of language; the description of linguistic systems; the linguistic continuum in historical, typological and sociolinguistic perspectives; linguistic structures of languages of the Orient and their historical evolution; experimental linguistics (psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics) and applied linguistics; pragmatics and semantics; communication. 

     
    Direttore scientifico / Editor-in-Chief
    Maria Rita Manzini, Università degli Studi di Firenze
     
    Condirettore / Coeditor-in-Chief
    Leonardo Maria Savoia, Università degli Studi di Firenze

     

    ISSN 2421-7220 (online)

     

    Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali is indexed in:
       
     
  • Restauro Archeologico

    ISSN 2465-2377 (online)

    Restauro Archeologico (RA­) is a scientific international print and open access journal, issued every six months. RA publishes articles peer-reviewed – in Italian, English, Spanish, French and German, sulla concerning the knowledge, conservation, and valorisation of all endangered, neglected, or ruined architectural structures and aims to focus attention on the methodologies of study and intervention on architectural heritage in archaeological contexts or connected to them.

     
    Editors-in-Chief:
    Susanna Caccia Gherardini, Università di Firenze, Italy
    Maurizio De Vita, Università di Firenze, Italy
     
    Restauro Archeologico is indexed in:
     
  • Ri-Vista. Research for landscape architecture

    On diversity and differences

    Call for Papers

    Globalisation and neoliberal practices have worked towards a process of homogenisation both culturally and biologically, flattening cultural diversity and impoverishing our ecosystems. Scholars attest that ‘the reduction of variation and difference .. seems to apply both in the natural and the sociocultural world, often with similar causes and comparable results’ (Hylland Eriksen, 2021). In 2011, the American science journalist Charles Mann coined the term ‘The Homogenocene’ to label the modern world characterised by monocultures, species extinction, biological invasions, language death and ubiquitous consumerism.

    The call is open until May 31st 2024

    Visit our CALL FOR PAPERS SECTION page or download the PDF (ita/eng)

    Ri-Vista is an open access, peer-reviewed six-monthly scientific journal in electronic format, ranked in “Class A” by ANVUR - Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes. Founded in 2003, the second series was launched in 2015, when Ri-Vista became part of the scientific journals of the University of Florence. The journal does not ask any charges neither from authors nor readers and operates through international calls for papers and double-blind peer review.
    Ri-Vista deals with the multiple dimensions of landscape planning and design, seen from a rich variety of disciplines, in a scientific and open perspective which is distinctive of landscape architecture. Each issue aims at gathering knowledge and visions around specific topics, promoting innovative and responsible actions for creation, protection, restoration and management of landscapes.

     

     
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Emanuela Morelli, Università di Firenze, Italy
    issn: 1724-6768 
     
     
    Ri-Vista is indexed in:
  • Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare

    The Italian Journal of Family Education (Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare – RIEF) is an “A-level” (in the Italian system, “Fascia A”) publication, which includes – national, and international – original papers peer-reviewed, on the subjects of family education, and parenting support. These topics are addressed in a pedagogical key, both theoretical and empirical, according to an interdisciplinary perspective, paying attention to the challenges of contemporary life, but also to the historical dimension of the educational processes, linked to the domain of the family. 

    Editor-in-Chief:
     
    Clara Silva, University of Florence (UNIFI), Italy
     
    ISSN 2037-1861 (online)
     
    The Italian Journal of Family Education (Rivista Italiana di Educazione Familiare) is indexed in:
     
  • Rivista di Storia dell’Educazione

    Literature, visual culture and childhood: historical itineraries and hermeneutic perspectives

    Call for Papers: DEADLINE 29 Feb 2024
    Edited by Chiara LEPRI, Juri MEDA & Martino NEGRI

    Images have always been linked to stories, long before these began to be printed in books embellished — with the evolution of printing methods processes — with colourful illustrations and rich in details. Initially — for technical and economic reasons — the images reproduced within the books were few and were woodcuts and engravings that were simple in structure and crude in sign, printed in black and white. Later, thanks to the introduction of chromolithographic printing in the second half of the 19th century, images began to be published in bright colours and in larger formats, ideal for captivating readers, invited to the pleasures of lingering, immersion and rapture... read more


    Journal of History of Education RSE  is an international, peer-reviewed and open-access journal focused on the global significance and impact of history of education. It covers all the theoretical and practical aspects of the history of education, as well as scholarship and applied research. It is the official journal of CIRSE (Italian Center for History of Education), the field’s leading scientific society in Italy, and has been published since 2014 (since 1982 with another title). The journal is biannual and publishes both special and miscellaneous issues. It encourages submissions from a range of intersecting sub-fields in intellectual, social, political, economic, and cultural history including (but not limited to): sociology of knowledge, history of childhood and youth, public and urban history,  cultural and comparative history, history of ideas, history of emotions.

  • Storia delle Donne

    La rivista Storia delle Donne nasce dalla collaborazione di studiose specialiste di epoche e discipline diverse –formate in scuole di varie università italiane– e si propone come pubblicazione ad alto contenuto scientifico. SdD ha periodicità annuale, i numeri sono tematici in ragione della scelta redazionale di presentare ciascun fascicolo come un unicum perché meglio siano colte, messe a fuoco e sviluppate l’evidenza e l’importanza dell’argomento proposto. La sezione «Oltre il tema» ospita articoli non attinenti al tema del monografico.  L’idea che è a fondamento del progetto SdD guarda al nesso tra storia e politica delle donne, ma accorda priorità a quello fra storia e politiche per le donne e con le donne; questa è una delle ragioni per cui la scelta del tema dei fascicoli è dettata dai processi in atto e dalle urgenze che la contemporaneità propone. Il tema viene sviluppato nella sezione «Presente» da contributi che lo illustrano con incroci di approccio e metodo volutamente pluridisciplinari, senza che questo identifichi SdD con l’interdisciplinarietà degli Women’s Studies. Nella sezione «Passato» i saggi restituiscono lo spessore storico e diacronico nella longue durée che si snoda dalle civiltà antiche fino al Novecento. Molto accentuata la proiezione internazionale della rivista, sia nei temi che nelle autrici e autori, gli articoli sono quindi pubblicati in diverse lingue: oltre all’italiano naturalmente, anche in francese, inglese, spagnolo, portoghese.

    Tutti i testi pubblicati in SdD sono valutati, secondo le modalità del doppio cieco (double blind peer review), da due referees individuati nell’ambito di un’ampia cerchia di specialiste e specialisti.

    Editors in Chef:

    Dinora Corsi, Università di Firenze
    Isabella Gagliardi, Università di Firenze 

     

    Editorial Board

    Marta Baiardi, Università di Basilea, Svizzera  [ baiardi.marta at gmail.com]

    Anna Beltrametti, Università di Pavia, Italia   (annabelt at unipv.it)

    Sara Cabibbo, Università di Roma Tre, Italia  [sara.cabibbo at fastwebnet.it]

    Elisa Giunchi, Università di Milano, Italia  [elisa.giunchi at unimi.it}

    Ida Gilda Mastrorosa, Università di Firenze, Italia  [idagilda.mastrorosa at unifi.it]

    Aurora Savelli, Università di Napoli L’Orientale, Italia  [asavelli at unior.it]

    Chiara Vangelista, Università di Genova, Italia  [chvangelista at gmail.com]

    Itala Vivan, Università di Milano, Italia   (itala.vivan at unimi.it]

    ISSN 1826-7505 (online)

    Storia delle Donne is indexed in:
     
  • Studi Slavistici

    Studi Slavistici is the Open Access journal of the Italian Association of Slavists (A.I.S.). It publishes academic articles, research and book reviews and informative essays. Its main aim is to foster specialized Slavic research and to make quality information available to a broader public of readers and Internet users. The journal also acts as a bridge between the academic tradition of Italian and European Slavic studies and the latest cultural trends in various Slavic subjects. Special attention is devoted to the literature, languages, culture and various art forms of all Slavic countries, but also to interdisciplinary approaches in methodology, inter-Slavic and Slavic-European literary, linguistic and cultural relationships.

     
    Editors-in-Chief
     

    Maurizia Calusio, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, Italy
    Paola Cotta Ramusino, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy


    Studi Slavistici is indexed in:

  • TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment

    TECHNE, Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, the scientific journal of SITdA, the Italian Society of Architectural Technology, meets the Society's aims by working, at the national and international level, to promote knowledge and the methods and techniques of Architectural Technology, so as to protect and enhance the man-made environment, and to promote innovative applications and interdisciplinary comparison. The journal publishes articles on innovative research and applications, as well as essays and reports.
     
     
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Elena Mussinelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
     
    ISSN: 2239-0243
     
    TECHNE is indexed in:
     
     
     

    CALL FOR PAPERS | TECHNE | 29
    BEYOND DECARBONIZATION toward a Climate Neutral urban environment
    Timing:
    Abstract submission: May 22, 2024 | Abstract acceptance: June 28, 2024
    Article submission: September 10, 2024 |Reviewed article result: October 31, 2024 | Reviewed article submission: November 29, 2024
    PUBLICATION DATE TECHNE 27: APRIL 30, 2025
    DOWNLOAD THE CALL: (PDF)

    NEW CALL FOR PAPERS | TECHNE | 28
    Public Works, Common Value
    Timing:
    Abstract submission: November 20, 2023 | Abstract acceptance: December 15, 2023
    Article submission: March 01, 2024 |Reviewed article result: April 15, 2024 | Reviewed article submission: May 15, 2024
    PUBLICATION DATE TECHNE 28: OCTOBER 31, 2024
    DOWNLOAD THE CALL: (PDF)

    CALL FOR PAPERS | TECHNE | 27
    Project and Regulation
    Timing:
    Abstract submission: May 16, 2023 | Abstract acceptance: June 19, 2023
    Article submission: September 11, 2023 |Reviewed article result: November 06, 2023 | Reviewed article submission: December 06, 2023
    PUBLICATION DATE TECHNE 27: APRIL 29, 2024
    DOWNLOAD THE CALL: (PDF)

  • Webbia


    The Journal of Plant Taxonomy and Geography (Webbia) is a full open access peer-reviewed journal on Plant Systematics, Nomenclature, Phylogeny, Phytogeography contributions deal with the Vascular Plants.  It aims to allow research in botanical topics such as Taxonomy, Nomenclature, Systematics, Molecular Phylogeny, Conservation, Biogeography, and History fo Botany and Botanical collections.  


    A first assessment after returning home: 2020-2021

    Two years have passed since Webbia returned home with Firenze University Press and it is time to take stock of the state of the art in which she finds herself. During the two-year period 2020-2021 and in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, Webbia managed to maintain an excellent editorial level by publishing a total of 49 articles, 1 review, 2 comments and 1 point of view. Overall, 48 new taxa (including species, hybrids, series) and 16 nomenclatural updates (including new combinations and status nomenclatural, new synonyms, new names) were published.
    All this was possible thanks to the sensitivity and interest of an audience of scholars who gave breath and increased the global credibility of the journal by believing in Webbia's role as a communication tool in the international botanical community in the field of plant taxonomy. Thanks to all those who have allowed this success. Here a special thanks goes to all the Associated Editors who have accepted to join the journal with their prestigious credentials, as well as to those who have directly worked in the review process by making their professionalism and their time available to Webbia. A special thanks goes to the FUP managerial staff who followed me in the transfer from a previous publishing house to a new editorial experience, as well as to the one dedicated to copyediting without which nothing would have been possible with excellent editorial outcomes.

    On these premises and on the results achieved in these two years with FUP, Webbia is preparing to face a new year with ambitious actions including the beginning of the publication of "special issues" dedicated to monographic contributions of international importance, in the hope of consolidating and stimulating its growth. We believe in this project to be shared with those who have supported us until now and will want to do it in the future, remembering Webbia as one of the first European journals in Plant taxonomy that will soon see its 120th anniversary from its foundation (1905- 2025).

    Thank you all, and let me say ... Ad Maiora!

    April 26, 2022
    R. M. Baldini


    ISSN 2169-4060 (print) ISSN 0083-7792 (online)
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Riccardo Maria Baldini, Università di Firenze, Italy

     
    Webbia is indexed in:
     
     
     
  • Wine Economics and Policy

    "Wine Economics and Policy aims to provide a forum for investigations in economics and politics of wine around the world"


    Wine Economics and Policy is an international, interdisciplinary journal currently run by University of Florence. Studies and researches applied to wine sector, as well as the management skills needed for the competitive development of wine companies, require an increasing international approach. The mission of this journal is to bring together academic researchers and business professionals interested in the economics and politics of wine around the world, and bring about a worldwide opinion on the current issues that the wine sector faces. The main areas of interest of the journal pertain to all the economic aspects of agricultural and biological sciences in the wine sector, from the efficiency of wine companies to the competitiveness of products on the markets


    ISSN: 2212-9774
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Nicola Marinelli, University of Florence, Italy


    Wine Economics and Policy is indexed in SCOPUS.
     
    Considering the variety of relevant themes for the development of the wine industry, the subjects of interest for WEP mainly are:
    • Economics: economic models for the study of the wine sector
    • Marketing: strategic and operative issues
    • Management and organisation: management styles and organisation approaches in small, medium and large wine companies
    • Information and communication technologies in wine B2B and B2C contexts
    • Structure of the wine industry: company typologies, networks and clusters, supply chain actors
    • Innovation: process, product and organisation innovation trends
    • Consumer behaviour: current knowledge and research tools
    • Sustainability and markets: in corporate management choices and consumer preferences
    • Policy: public policies and rural development
    • Legislation: local regulations and international standards