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After completing his studies in Engineering and Management, Tommaso has worked as an Industrial Engineer around logistics in the automotive industry, dealing with lean manufacturing and digitalisation programs.
Tommaso’s research investigates why and how companies adopt Circular Economy-inspired practices in their supply chains. He is focusing on institutional factors that drive companies’ practices and strategies (such as legislation, norms and peer pressures) as well as on the supply chain mechanisms that might make that adoption easier. Another area of research has to do with Circular Economy indicators for supply chains and how to measure the progress towards the Circular Economy.
Tommaso's research is part of ReTraCE, a project funded by Horizon 2020 EU’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks that will support EU Circular Economy Strategy.
- Research interests
- Circular economy in supply chains
- Supply chain integration
- Environmental and social sustainability in supply chains, production and consumption systems
- Exploring the transition towards circular supply chains through the arcs of integration. International Journal of Production Economics, 108666-108666.
- Circular Economy indicators for supply chains : a systematic literature review. Environmental and Sustainability Indicators, 13. View this article in WRRO
- View this article in WRRO Circular Economy practices adoption in the White Goods Industry in Europe:Review of the State-of-the-practice. Dublin, Ireland.
Marie-Curie Scholarship, European Union's Horizon 2020