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Armando Montanari

Armando Montanari
vice President of the innovative Sapienza Rome University Startup ENViMOB srl on Nature and tourism based solutions

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Introduction
Armando Montanari is vice Presidente of the Innovative Sapienza University Startup SARA ENViMob Srl, He has worked (2007-1016) at the Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies, Sapienza University of Rome. Armando does research in Food Science, Quantitative Social Research and Qualitative Social Research. The current project is '2015 - 2018", European (HORIZON 2020) Project YMOBILITY, Youth Mobility: maximizing opportunities for individuals, labour markets and regions in Europe; http://www.ymobility.eu'.
Additional affiliations
March 2015 - November 2016
University Degree in Tourism Sciences
Position
  • CEO
Description
  • First Cycle Programme (Laurea Triennale) in Tourism Sciences
March 2015 - December 2016
Sapienza University of Rome
Position
  • CEO
March 2007 - November 2016
Sapienza University of Rome
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • the Course was followed by students of several Sapienza degrees for a totale of 8,000 exams during 10 years
Education
November 1964 - February 1971
Sapienza University of Rome
Field of study
  • town planning and architecture

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Publications (476)
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The International Geographical Union Congress which was held in August in Istanbul will be remembered as the Covid-19 Congress. Not only because the pandemic has forced to postpone it for a year and finally to keep it online but also because the changes induced by the effects of Covid-19 have oriented geographic studies and will orient them even mo...
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European Mediterranean cultural and political capitals are undergoing processes of transformation of their urban structures linked to the intensification of international and internal flows of migration and temporary mobility. The presence of migrants, tourists, temporary residents, city users is changing the way in which buildings are utilized, af...
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The Euro-Mediterranean region represents an area of possible collaboration, but also of possible conflict, between EU nations and countries in the Mediterranean region that are not EU members. The reasons for effective cooperation have been evident for decades, and may be summarised as follows: increased trading and economic assistance in exchange...
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For at least thirty years the social sciences have considered the concept of human mobility as a consequence of the processes of globalization and internationalization of the economy that occurred in previous decades as a result of overcoming economic crises. Whenever there is a crisis it is necessary to proceed with innovation processes in order t...
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Urban centres are the cultural assets that have been affected the most by Covid-19. Before the outbreak of the pandemic, historic cities were subject to large flows of both national and international tourists, in addition to the presence of local workers and residents, thus creating a phenomenon referred to as “overtourism” in international special...
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This publication, the end result of cooperation between the Innovative Startup “SARA ENViMOB S.r.l., Servizi e Soluzioni per la Natura e il Turismo” (Sapienza University of Rome), the Network of Enterprises “I Borghi Marinari di Roma – RIBOMAR” and FEDERBALNEARI Lazio Litorale Nord, seeks to promote a bottom-up approach to the transformation of the...
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The volume, the end result of cooperation between the Innovative Startup “SARA ENViMOB S.r.l., Servizi e Soluzioni per la Natura e il Turismo” (Sapienza University of Rome), the Network of Enterprises “I Borghi Marinari di Roma – RIBOMAR” and FEDERBALNEARI Lazio Litorale Nord, seeks to promote a bottom-up approach to the transformation of the touri...
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FROM GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GISy) TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE (GISc) – There are two main drivers that contemporary society relies on for its development: innovation and information. If we wish to see meaningful innovation, disciplines capable of making a contribution need to learn to cooperate more effectively, to the point that we...
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This booklet brings together the products of the research published in recent years in various national and international journals from different backgrounds and areas of study by the inter- disciplinary EMHAM group on the relationship among human mobility, health and fairness. Overall, the studies develop a framework around the phenomenon of migra...
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The ending of the global economic crisis has left some sectors of the economy in the need to start-off with a more efficient and more competitive offer of the pre-crisis period. Rome offers urban and cultural tourism that presents problems of over-crowding and risk of banalisation of the product. Thus, owing to all the tourism, Rome managed to over...
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The Bangladeshi community in Rome has grown considerably in recent years, due chiefly to the increasing difficulty in reaching Germany and the UK. To arrive in Italy Bangladeshi citizens have to cross the Mediterranean, with all the inherent risks and difficulties, and pay huge sums of money to human traffickers. Once they are settled in Italy, and...
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Abstract The number of Italian youngsters (aged from 15 to 34 years old) residing in EU and EFTA countries numbered 758,000 at 1 January 2015. This figure was obtained from the official Consular Registry, which contains administrative records on Italians residing abroad. The Archive is of high statistical quality, being the result of the applicat...
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Terroir is a complex concept, indicating the area or territory where food is produced, but also all other climatic and environmental conditions and the reciprocal conditioning established between food and the human beings producing and consuming it. The term lost its connotation and relevance when the territory ceased to be a key element of agricul...
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1. Montanari A. (2017) Geography of taste and taste of geography: the bread and pasta chain, in Cesare Manetti & Fabrizio Rufo (eds.) , SUE, Roma, pp. ISBN , 11.05.2017, http://www.editricesapienza.it/node/7509
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Since the beginning of the global economic crisis, 2007-2008, Italy has become increasingly unattractive as a country. The general economic situation and the employment situation in particular are negative, and Italians' perception of their own country even more so. One response from young Italians is what has been called the ‘fuga’ – flight. The n...
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the Pyramid Diet Model and the Child Health
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The global economic and financial crisis had severe impact on southern European economies and stimulated growing numbers of mainly young migrants heading north, nurturing the fear of brain drain back home. This volume compiles recent research results on European south-north migration, addressing migration processes and practices, the management of...
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Mobility within the EU is increasing with the emergence of a culture of Europeanism, ease of movement and the affordability of travel. Personal mobility joins the mobility of goods, financial markets and financial transactions. The situation has not always been positive, partly because of the economic crisis of 2008 and later; the construction of E...
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International networks among universities, international collaborations among scientists, and international mobility are interconnected phenomena. This paper presents the results of a study which considered research projects financed within the 7th Framework Programme for RTD (FP7) (2007-2013), as innovative elements of international collaborations...
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Food and drink are essential elements of economic, social and cultural development of human society. Each society has its own characteristics and traditions that are well represented by geographical and environmental diversity. The traditional landscape is still in many cases the material representation of such diversity. Some foods, even in ancien...
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The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo were considered by the Government as a great opportunity for both the economic advantages and the notoriety of which the city will enjoy at global level. So far there has been polemics about the mistakes, scandals and a possible inability demonstrated by the managing authorities. Based on research with Hosei Universi...
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This article provides a full report of the results of a feasibility study for a project based on the combination of clinical figures with socio-economic data on human mobility within the metropolitan area of Rome. Acknowledging that Accident and Emergency (A&E) Departments represent privileged observatories of health issues of a given territory, th...
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Sea-level rise (SLR) is often associated with climate change and human action in modifying nature and the environment. The research presented in this paper concerns the effects and impacts of SLR in Italy, along the Rome coastal area, in the Ostia district. The study was carried out at the local level, using micro-spatial data, in the context of th...

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