CELETTI DAVID

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Structure Department of Historical and Geographic Sciences and the Ancient World
Qualification Ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo A
Scientific sector SECS-P/12 - ECONOMIC HISTORY
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Via del Santo 26, secondo piano (Padova) Gli studenti sono ricevuti su appuntamento scrivendo a david.celetti@unipd.it
(updated on 25/04/2019 04:06)

Proposals for thesis
Supervision of Graduate Students’ Thesis
- (1) "La globalizzazione in una prospettiva storica. Espansione europea e capitalismo in Immanuel Wallerstein, Fernand Braudel e David Landes" (Alvise Sgaravatti), University of Padua – Faculty of Humanities, AY 2006-2007; (2) "Aspetti economici dell'immigrazione maghrebina nella provincia di Alicante nel XX secolo" (Francesca Feruglio), University of Padua – Faculty of Humanities, AY 2007-2008; (3) “Relazioni e Interrelazioni tra cultura, abitudini alimentary e società. Interconnessioni e trasformazioni in una prospettiva dinamica e comparative” (Alessandro Tacconelli), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2016-17; (4) “Cibo e Sesualità: interrelazioni tra due forme di piacere analizzate attraverso esempi cinematrografici”, (Edoardo Zotta), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2016-17; (5) Indagine sul mancato uso di quattro specie di pteridofite (Matteuccia struthiopteris, Osmunda regalis, Dryopteris expansa, Equisetum arvense) come risorsa alimentare nell’arco alpino orientale”, (Giovanni Alliney), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2016-17; (6) “Il mondo sconosciuto di una bevanda near. Produzione e trasformazione del caffé tra XX e XXI secolo”, (Diego Rigodanza), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2016-17; (7) “Il ventre delle grandi città: storia, cultura alimentare e società delle halles di Pargi”, (Valentina De Luca), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2016-17; (8) “La taverna La Fenice e il risotto de secoe. Tradizioni, sapori e cultura di una taverna e di un suo piatto” (Giordano Di Prata), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (9) “Il prosecco: radici e prospettive di un successo sistemico. Storia, economia e cultura” (Kevin Durigon), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (10) “Prodotti alimentary tipici e GCO: il caso della Società Cooperativa Sociale di San Petrignano” (Simone Cardelli), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (11) “Il gusto e l’evoluzione della patata nel mondo agroalimentare” (Mattia De Grandi), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (12) “L’oro bianco dall’aroma ircino. Il caseificio “Latteria Perenzin” in 120 anni di storia” (Francesca De Paris), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (13) “Globalizzazione della filiera agro-alimentare. Il caso dell’olio d’oliva” (Riccardo Reguzzi), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19; (14) “Aspetti logistici della vittoria dell’esercito federale durante la Guerra di Secessione Americana: la conservazione del cibo” (Federico Tosi), University of Padua – DAFNAE-DISSGEA, AY 2018-19.

Curriculum Vitae
I graduated in Economics at the University of Venice in 1992. After a period of work in French and Italian industrial and consulting firms (1990-99), I switched to the Academic career, taking a Ph.D. in Economic History at the University of Verona (IT), and a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Economic History at the University of Padua, IT (1999-2005).

Afterwards I worked at the Universities of Padua (Economic History), of Hertfordshire, UK (Economic History), at the Kazakh National University “Al’ Farabi” of Almaty, KZ (Macroeconomic within the EU SilkRoad Program), at the New Europe College, Bucharest, RO (Economic History), and at the University of Wuhan, PRC (Economic Development).

I hold the qualification of “Maître de Conférence” and of Associated Professor in Economic History (Professore Associato) for the French and Italian universities.

My research interests have focused on the processes determining economic development and economic divergences and convergences on regional and global scale.

Particular attention has been devoted to industrialization processes, transition from agriculture to industry, role of infrastructures (ports and arsenals) in regional development, models of economic development, food production and distribution. In this context I have tackled such issues as the role of pluri – activity in local development, the causes and long term consequences of the social and national division of labour, the paths of emergence of agro – industrial sectors (e.g. hemp and flax) in European economies, the role of institution, technological transfer and labour organization in promoting economic growth, the coexistence in time and space of different path of development, the potentialities of local sustainable development, green and blue economy models in the current globalised economy. I have also analysed the relevance of cultural transfers for moulding the modernity we are living in, taking Eastern Mediterranean as a case study for highlighting contiguities and interactions between economic and cultural spheres.

My researches have been realised using a broad range of multi – lingual sources. In this context fluency in five European languages, including Russian, and my ability to read Dutch and Spanish are important assets that have enabled me to exploit wide range of sources, build scientific dialog with foreign scholars, and foster networks at international level.

Along with research activities, since 2005 I have been teaching Economic History of Developing Countries, Local Development, Global History of Food and Economic History of Food, Territory and Local Development, Development Models in Historical Perspective at the University of Padua. I have taught Sustainable Development and Green Economy at the University KazNU “Al’ Farabi” of Almaty (Kazakhstan) and Economic Development Models at the Bukhara State University (Uzbekistan), Sustainable Economic Development at the Wuhan University (P.R. of China).

Lecturer's Curriculum (PDF): 793967241174D10B396E5BED64A3DDAE.pdf

Research areas
My research interests have focused on the processes determining economic development and economic divergences and convergences on regional and global scale.

Particular attention has been devoted to industrialization processes, transition from agriculture to industry, role of infrastructures (ports and arsenals) in regional development, models of economic development. In this context I have tackled such issues as the role of pluri – activity in local development, the causes and long term consequences of the social and national division of labour, the paths of emergence of agro – industrial sectors (e.g. hemp and flax) in European economies, the role of institution, technological transfer and labour organization in promoting economic growth, the coexistence in time and space of different path of development, the potentialities of local sustainable development, green and blue economy models in the current globalised economy. I have also analysed the relevance of cultural transfers for moulding the modernity we are living in, taking Eastern Mediterranean as a case study for highlighting contiguities and interactions between economic and cultural spheres.

My researches have been realised using a broad range of multi – lingual sources. In this context fluency in five European languages, including Russian, and my ability to read Dutch and Spanish are important assets that have enabled me to exploit wide range of sources, build scientific dialog with foreign scholars, and foster networks at international level.

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2019/20
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
IF0365 COMMON AVP7077975 7 3rd Year First
semester
ITA DAVID CELETTI
IA2447 COMMON SUP7080317 6 1st Year First
semester
ENG DAVID CELETTI
SU2446 COMMON SUP7080317 6 2nd Year First
semester
ENG DAVID CELETTI