“Mr. Delmestri, are you a world changer?”

Every month, WU Vienna presents a “Researcher of the month”. In March 2020, we present Giuseppe Delmestri, who works as a full professor at WU’s Department of Management. Is he a world changer? And what can he learn from his students? Find out by watching this video:

WordRap 03/20: Giuseppe Delmestri

Every month, WU Vienna presents a "Researcher of the month". In March 2020, we present Giuseppe Delmestri, who works as a full professor at WU’s Department of Management. 🛳 Is he a world changer? 🌍 And what can he learn from his students? Find out by watching this video! 🎥- Jeden Monat präsentiert die WU den "Researcher of the month". Im März 2020 ist dies Giuseppe Delmestri, seines Zeichens Professor am WU Department für Management.🛳 Sieht er sich selbst als ein Weltverbesserer? 🌍 Und was kann er von seinen Studierenden lernen? Das erfahrt ihr in diesem Video. 🎥

Gepostet von WU (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien) am Montag, 23. März 2020

What’s the story behind?

Large cruise liners are the reason of several debeate in touristic areas, such as Venice, where the discussion whether or not these “Monsters” should be banned or not, comes up on a regular basis. WU Professor Giuseppe Delmestri and his co-​authors Claudio Biscaro and Mia Raynard investigated why there are still large cruise liners entering Venice via the Giudecca Canal although everyone is aware of the fact that this is a massive problem for the lagoon city.