Research Network on Resources Economics and Bioeconomy

RebResNet is designed as a professional and informal scientifically research network aimed to promote a dynamic virtual debate on assumed topics.
The RebResNet main areas of research and investigation include but are not limited to:
- Agricultural and Land Resources
- Economic and Industrial Resources
- Employment and Social Protection policies
- Energy Resources and Renewables
- Informational Resources and Digitalization
- Labor Resources and Migration
- Rural Economy Resources
- Tourism Resources and Destinations
- Transitional Economics and Integration
- Capital and Entrepreneurship Resources
- Financial Resources and Technology