Carlo Perone Pacifico, a Mentor for Agricultural Economists
Carlo Perone Pacifico died last November. After his post-graduate studies at the new-born Centro di specializzazione in Ricerche economico-agrarie di Portici, he went to Berkeley where he took his Master of Science degree. He was then called back to Portici as a researcher in the field of the Economics and Politics of Agricultural Markets. At the Centro he also had administrative responsibilities. In 1983 he went to Viterbo and started teaching in the new-born Faculty of Agriculture of the Tuscia University. Here he founded the Department of Agricultural Economics and Policy. During 25 years spent in this University, Carlo Perone dedicated great efforts to improving the functioning of the faculty, being Dean for 9 years, and indeed of the economic and cultural life of the province.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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