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Filippo Randelli, PhD

Filippo Randelli, PhD

M.Sc. in Economics
University of Florence
Ph.D. in Economic Geography
The University "La Sapienza" in Rome (Italy)
Food Systems Resource Management
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Faculty Profile

Filippo Randelli is Associate Professor in Economic Geography at the University of Florence. Since 2016 he is Director of the Study Abroad program “Sustainable Agriculture, Food and Justice in Italy” for the Hecua (Higher Educational Consortium of Urban Affairs) consortium of American Universities. He carried out research on sustainable tourism, economic geography, spatial analysis and the transition towards the sustainability, with several papers published on Italian and international journals. Since 2010 he is in the board of the Society of Geographical Studies, and he is Director of the GIS Laboratory.

Academics & Research

Research Interests

  • Sustainable Food
  • Ecological Economics
  • Climate Change

Professional Affiliations

University of Florence


The Emergence of a Governance Landscape for Saline Agriculture in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

2022 Negacz, Katarzyna; van Tongeren, Pim; Ferrone, Lucia; Martellozzo, Federico; Randelli, Filippo. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES PROCEEDINGS, pp. 33-33, ISSN:2673-4931

Sustainable development of rural areas: a dynamic model in between tourism exploitation and landscape decline.

2022 Iannucci, G., Martellozzo, F., Randelli, F., JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS, vol. 32, pp. 991-1016, ISSN:0936-9937

Sicurezza alimentare globale e cambiamento climatico.

2022 Federico Martellozzo; Filippo Randelli. Guardare oltre il prodotto interno lordo. RIVISTA GEOGRAFICA ITALIANA, vol. 129, pp. 30-54, ISSN:0035-6697

The role of territorially embedded innovation ecosystems accelerating sustainability transformations: A case study of the transformation to organic wine production in Tuscany (Italy).

2020, Chaminade C.; Randelli F. SUSTAINABILITY, vol. 12, pp. 4621-4634, ISSN:2071-1050

The evolution of rural areas influenced by large-scale farming: four case studies from Hungary.

2020, Mikle G.; Randelli F. GEOJOURNAL, pp. 0-0, ISSN:0343-2521

Farmer direct selling: the role of regional factors.

2019, Rocchi, Benedetto; Randelli, Filippo; Corsini, Lorenzo; Giampaolo, Sabina. REGIONAL STUDIES, vol. 54, pp. 1112-1122, ISSN:0034-3404

Drinking in the good life: Tourism mobilities and the slow movement in wine country.

2017, Senese, Donna; Randelli, Filippo; Hull, John S.; Myles, Colleen C. In: Clancy M.. Slow Tourism, Food” and Cities: Pace and the Search for the Good Life”, pp. 214-231 Taylor and Francis, ISBN:9781315686714.

Analysing the role of consumers within technologicalinnovation systems: The case of alternative food networks.

2017, Randelli, F.; Rocchi, B. ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION AND SOCIETAL TRANSITIONS, vol. 25, pp. 94-106, ISSN:2210-4224

The role of terroir in tourism led amenity migration.

2016, Donna, Senese; Jhon, Hull; Randelli, Filippo. In: XI Intemational Tel’l’oir Congress, Linfield College, Oregon, 10-14 luglio, 2016, Southern Oregon University, pp. 0-1.

The role of consumers in the transition towards a sustainable food supply. The case of Gruppi di Acquisto solidale (Solidarity Purchasing Groups) in Italy

2015, Filippo Randelli, International Journal of food and Agricultural Economics, vol. 3, pp. 15-26, ISSN:2147-8988