Michele Schiavo is a research fellow in the “Renewing European food, agricultural and rural policies” initiative. His work focuses on the socio-economic evaluation of scenarios involving deep changes in the European agricultural production systems. Before joining IDDRI, Michele worked for INRA in a research project regarding the “4 per 1000” initiative. He realized a microeconomic evaluation of agricultural practices suitable for soil carbon storage. He also worked in consultancy firms where he performed mid-term and ex-post evaluations of the second pillar of the CAP (EAFRD). He has a Master degree in “Agricultural Development and Economic Policies” from IEDES, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University. Michele speaks English, French, Spanish and Italian.
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Blog postMarch 9th 2022
War in Ukraine and food security: what are the implications for Europe?
Modelling an agroecological UK in 2050 – findings from TYFA-REGIO
An agroecological Europe by 2050: What impact on land use, trade and global food security?
Policy BriefJuly 2021
Reaching the Farm to Fork objectives and beyond: Impacts of an agroecological Europe on land use, trade and global food security
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