Consumer behavior in the field of sustainability with a focus on mobility and on spillover-related phenomena
4 сентября 2018 года состоится публичное выступление Pietro Lanzini (Университет Ка-Фоскари, Венеция, Италия). Лекция состоится в 12.00 по адресу: ул. Седова 55 корпус 2, аудитория 206.
«I will talk about research on consumer behavior in the specific domain of “responsible consumers”. First, theoretical background (evolution of approaches and theories, cognitive vs non-cognitive perspective, problematic aspects, etc.) will be discussed. Planned behavior framework will be of course one of them.
I will give examples of my own research on the topic involving (among others) the Planned behavior constructs, both on primary data and on secondary data-metanalysis). The setting will be that of commuters’ behavior and mobility».
Some bibliographic info:
Pietro Lanzini is Assistant Professor at the Department of Management and Responsible for Communication of CAMI - Center for Automotive and Mobility Innovation at Ca' Foscari University in Venice.
He is also research fellow for the courses on “Introduction to CSR, "Marketing of Services" and "Business economics and management" at the Department of Management of the University of Brescia.
Pietro obtained a Ms in Business Economics and a post- lauream Master cum laude at Bocconi University. From 2003 to 2009 he worked as Researcher at IEFE - Center for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy at Bocconi University. During this period he spent five months (2006-2007) working at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City (Department of Economic and Social Affairs). He has also been a member of staff at SPACE Bocconi - European Center for the Studies on Corporate Protection (2007) and he is advisor for the Fondazione Ambiente T. Fenoglio in Turin.
In 2009 he started a PhD programme (Full Scholarship) in Management and he gained his PhD - Doctor Europaeus from the Graduate School of Economics at Cà Foscari University. He has spent one year at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, where he has also been involved in teaching activities.
Pietro’s research interests include a) consumer behavior in the field of sustainability, with a focus on mobility and on spillover-related phenomena; b) policies and organizational issues in mobility planning.
Pietro’s current network of co-authors and collaborators includes scholars from Ca' Foscari University, Bocconi University, Sant’Anna University and Brescia University in Italy, plus scholars from UDESC (Brazil) and Aarhus University (Denmark) abroad.”