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Mara Thiene Curriculum Vitae May, 2016 PERSONAL DETAILS Born: Vicenza (Italy), on October 31 st Citizenship: Italian Marital Status: Married to Giordano Basso, two children: Maria (1996) and Giulio
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Mara Thiene Curriculum Vitae May, 2016 PERSONAL DETAILS Born: Vicenza (Italy), on October 31 st Citizenship: Italian Marital Status: Married to Giordano Basso, two children: Maria (1996) and Giulio (2002). EMPLOYMENT Current Position Assistant professor, College of Agricultural Science University of Padova 2013 present Associate professor University of Padova Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry Viale dell Università, 106, Legnaro, Padova (Italy) Phone Fax Deputy VC for international relations with Australia and New Zealand present Deputy advisor for international relations with Oceania and West-Asia Visiting professor (affiliation) at Centre for the Study of Choice, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia present Adjunct Senior Research Fellow (affiliation) at Institute for Choice, University of South Australia, Sydney, Australia LANGUAGE SKILLS English: fluent German: intermediate EDUCATION Laurea (B.Sc.) in Agricultural Sciences, University of Padua Fellowship by the National Council of Research (CNR), Padua Ph.D. major field: the economics of valuation and land appraisal; minor field: natural resource economics. Degree granted in May 1997 at the University of Padua Fellowship by the Regional Park of Colli Euganei (Italy), on resource and economic valuation in a protected area Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Padua, on the effects of Common Agricultural Policy in Agro-food. VISITING 2000 Dep. of Agricultural Economics and Food Marketing, Univ. of Newcastle, UK (February) 2004 Environment Dep., University of York, UK (June) Economics Department, Waikato Management School, Hamilton, New Zealand (December- February) 2007 Department of Agricultural Economics & Management, Faculty of Agricultural, Food & Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (September) 2009 Department of Economic, University of Colorado, USA (July-August). Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, The University of Sydney, Australia (August) Centre for the Study of Choice, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (February, November). Department of Economic, University of Colorado, USA (October) 2012 School of Marketing, Ehrenberg Bass Institute of Marketing Science, University of South Australia; Adelaide, Australia (November). 2014 Institute for Choice, University of South Australia, Sydney, Australia (April) University of Queensland Business School, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (April) 2015 University of Queensland Business School, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (August) University of Sydney, Faculty of Agriculture and Environment (September) 2016 Business School - Durham University, UK, (February) RESEARCH AREAS Environmental economics, resource economics, discrete-choice modelling, non-market valuation, agricultural and food economics, forest economics, energy economics, rural economics. RESEARCH IN PROGRESS The role of antecedent volition on consumer choice behaviour in outdoor recreation (with Joffre Swait, Institute for Choice, University of South Australia, Sydney, Australia) Exploring the effects of experimental designs on preferences in energy economics (with J. Rose and J. Louviere, Institute for Choice, University of South Australia, Sydney and R. Scarpa, The University of Waikato, New Zealand). The influence of individuals in forming collective household preferences for water quality and outdoor recreation (with C. Rungie, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia and R. Scarpa, The University of Waikato, New Zealand). Companions and competition: personality heterogeneity in outdoor recreation (with E. Morey, University of Colorado, USA). Prosecco wines: making sense of local consumer attitude with RP-SP data fusion (with R. Scarpa, The University of Waikato, New Zealand, L. Galletto, University of Padua, Italy) COMPUTER LITERACY General purpose: MS-Office, LaTeX, Scientific Word. Statistics and Econometrics: LimDep/Nlogit, SPSS, R. Familiarity with GAUSS and MatLab. REVIEWER ACTIVITY Reviewer for the following journals: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Journal of Choice Modelling, Journal of Consumer Affair, European Review of Agricultural Economics, Ecological Economics, Agricultural Economics, Journal of Agricultural Economics, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, Journal of Forest Economics, Journal of Environmental Economics & Policy, Journal of Leisure Research, Journal of Environmental Management, Applied Economics, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Tourism Economics, Papers in Regional Science, Marine Resource Economics, Rivista di Economia Agraria, Politica Agricola Internazionale, Aestimum. Reviewer for the following scientific programs: FWO (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- Vlaanderen) Flanders, Brussel (2015); Strategic Projects, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo, University of Padua (2015) EDITORIAL ACTIVITY Associate editor of Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics since December Associate editor of Economia Agro-Alimentare since July 2014 EVALUATING ACTIVITY 2015: Invited examiner by ANVUR (National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research) for the round of national assessment of research products of the Italian academia (member of the national valuation panel). The panel is in charge of evaluating the scientific merit of peer-reviewed scientific publications mostly written in English : Member of the selection committee for scholarships to visit University of South Australia (Sydney) to present: Member of the PhD committee on Land Environment Resources and Health (L.E.R.H.) at Dept. TESAF (University of Padua) : Member of the PhD committee of on Viticulture, Oenology and Marketing of Wine products (University of Padua). 2008: Member of the Commission of final Ph.D. defense in Valorizzazione e gestione delle risorse agroforestali, Centro per la Formazione in Economia e Politica, Portici, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, (NA) 2013: Member of the Commission of final Ph.D. defense of dott. Matthew Beck (supervisor prof. John Rose), The University of Sydney, Business School, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (Australia). 2015: Member of the Commission of final Ph.D. defense of Dottorato di Ricerca in Scienze e Tecnologie Agrarie, Ambientali ed Alimentari, University of Bologna. MEMBERSHIPS European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE), American Association of Environmental and Resource Ecomists (AERE), European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), International Conference of Agricultural Economists (IAAE), Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES), Società Italiana di Economia Agraria (SIDEA), Centro Studi Estimativi e Territoriali (CeSET). TEACHING ACTIVITY AND PHD PROGRAMS Marketing of agro-food products (Italian ) Agricultural Economics (Italian ) Land Appraisal (Italian) (Italian 2003) Principle of Economics and Environmental Economics (Italian ) Environmental Economics and Resources Valuation (Italian , 2016) Energy and sustainability in XX (Italian 2015) Erasmus Mundus Course in Mediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources (MEDFOR), Sustainable Tropical Forestry (SUTROFOR) and Sustainable Forest and Nature Management (SUFONAMA): Research Planning (Applied Statistics), ( ) Valuation and Assessment of Forest and Environmental Goods and Services (2014) Forest Science - International Degree Course: Natural Resource and Environmental Economics (2015) Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Program Forest and nature for Society (FONASO): included since 2011 in the official list of supervisors. Guest lecture at Business School - Durham University, UK, (February 2 nd -5 th, 2016) ADVANCED COURSES International Summer School on Discrete Choice Models (2008), University` of Bologna, Italy, Alma Mater Studiorum (Lecturer) International Summer School on Experimental Design for Stated Choice (September 27th-October 1st, 2010), Venice Foundation (Scientific and Organizing Committee) International Advanced Course in Experimental Design for Stated Choice (October 28th-November 1st, 2010), Sardagna, University of Trento, Italy (Organizing Committee) International Summer School Advances in Discrete Choice Models and Experimental Design for Stated Choice Data in Energy and Environmental Resources (29 th August 9 th September, 2011) CenSoC, UTS, Sydney and University of Padua, Italy (Scientific, Organizing Committee and Lecturer) AWARDS The 2013 EAERE Award for Outstanding Publication in the Journal Environmental and Resource Economics (ERE). Commendation for paper published in the journal Environmental and Resource Economics, 2012: Thiene M., Boeri M., Chorus C. (2012) Random Regret Minimization: Exploration of a new choice model for environmental and resource economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, 51(3), Paper shortlisted within five excellent papers, not the final winner. CONSULTING EXPERIENCE International consulting activity: URS Australia Pty Ltd Victoria, Melbourne, Australia ( ); Northern Ireland Water (Northern Ireland Water Ltd), Belfast (2013); Yorkshire Water, Bradford, UK ( ); United Utilities Water, Warrington, UK (2012); Anglian Water Services, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, UK. (2012). National consulting activity: Authority of Environment, Vicenza Provincial Council ( ); CapacityLAB to build on Cohesion and Development Policy Programs (Regional Development Program Basilicata ), Italian National Government and the Basilicata Region (2012). NGO and International Agency: collaboration with CESVI (NGO) in the area of the Sagarmatha National Park (Nepal) regarding the role of modeling eco-base tourist management.
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