Livio Chiarullo holds a PhD in Planning and Public Policies from the University of Venice (IUAV) and a Master in Eco-Management (policies and tools for sustainable development and governance). He graduated in Political Sciences at the University of Bari.
His main research interests are the integration of local development planning and the stakeholders participation. Livio holds expertise on sustainable development, with specific skills in stakeholders analysis and engagement, e-governance and e-participation tools, planning and management of the sustainable tourism. At present he coordinates the research line on "Sustainable Tourism in Basilicata" from FEEM’s offices in Viggiano.
He has published several articles and research papers, including: • Breil M., Cassinelli M., Chiarullo L, : “Analysis of the tourism development potential of the Val d'Agri National Park”; L. Chiarullo et alt. “An E-Governance System For Managing Cultural Heritage in Urban Tourist Destinations: The Case Of Genoa”; L. Chiarullo “Governance and participation. The Alta Murgia National Park study”.