Hello, I am Pasquale Marcello Falcone, and this is my personal webpage.
I am a Researcher and Aggregate Professor (Economics of Innovation) at Unitelma Sapienza – University of Rome.
I received my PhD in Economics (2014) at University of Foggia (ITALY) and a MSc in Economics at University of Leicester (UK). My research interests span from Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development to sustainability transition theory. Recently, I’m exploring which social aspects are worth considering, together with the key phases of design, production, marketing and consumption of bio-based products from the perspective of circular bio-economy.
“La scelta di un giovane dipende dalla sua inclinazione, ma anche dalla fortuna di incontrare un grande Maestro.” [Rita-Levi Montalcini]
A socio-economic analysis of biomethane in the transport sector: The case of Italy (with I. D’Adamo and F. Ferella), Waste Management, Vol. 75, pp. 102-115, 2019.
How to promote a new and sustainable food consumption model: A fuzzy cognitive map study (with P. Morone and A. Lopolito), Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 208, p. 563-574, 2019.
Greening of the financial system and fuelling a sustainability transition A discursive approach to assess landscape pressures on the Italian financial system (with P. Morone, E. Sica), Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 127, p. 23-37, 2018.
The networking dynamics of the Italian biofuel industry in time of crisis: Finding an effective instrument mix for fostering a sustainable energy transition (with A. Lopolito, E. Sica), Energy Policy, Vol. 112, p. 224-348, 2018.