International Research

Welcome to the section dedicated to International Research at the Department of Economics. Our goal is to present and promote the international projects currently active in our department, highlighting the importance of global collaboration in research.

Page Objective

This page was created to provide a comprehensive overview of the international research projects in which the Department of Economics (DIEC) is involved. We aim to highlight our commitment to promoting quality research through collaborations with institutions and universities worldwide.

Active International Projects

Module Jean Monnet EUTIMIST

Eurasmus Jean_Monnet
TitleJean Monnet Module EUTIMIST - EU Transport Infrastructures, Multimodality, Interconnection, Sustainability and Technology, Department of Economics, University of Genoa (project’s identification code 1010851).
DescriptionThe Jean Monnet Module EUTIMIST is one of the Jean Monnet Actions which support teaching and learning activity in the field of the European Union studies within Higher Education.
The Jean Monnet Module EUTIMIST is co-funded for the three years academic period 2022-2025 by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It is located within the Master’s Degree Course “Maritime and Port Economics and Management”, code 8708, (EMMP. LM-77), Department of Economics, University of Genoa.
The Module consists of a specialized blended course, 48 hrs for 3-years, carried out in Italian language (English language on demand) by 20 lectures of Italian and foreign Universities. The Module’s programme is divided in four sections: 1. EU Transport Infrastructure - Law; 2. EU Transport Infrastructure - Economics; 3; EU Transport Infrastructure - Environment; and 4. EU Transport Infrastructure - Technology (code 110548).
Within the Module, additional academic activities (for example, seminars, laboratories and guided visits) are also organized in collaboration with associations and research institutes to focus specific topics related to transport infrastructures through the contribution of competent operators, professionals and representatives of private and public entities, promoting interaction between academic and working world.
Project ManagerUNIGE (DIEC) Manager.
Dott. Giovanni Marchiafava, ricercatore di diritto della navigazione (SSD IUS/06), Department of Economics, University of Genoa.
Project Duration36 Months
Start1 November 2022
End31 October 2025
FundingThe Jean Monnet Module EUTIMIST is cofounded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union: € 22,000.


Last update 20 June 2024