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Research projects

Alongside a line of development based on offering services to the wider community through research on behalf of third parties, IULM University has identified, in competitive research, not only important sources of support but also the opportunity to work in networked contexts and methodological comparison with other universities on the international scene. The University has also acknowledged the importance of giving greater financial autonomy to research and has therefore established a policy of investment of resources based on the annual provision of funding for departmental research at the beginning of each year.

Departmental Projects

Hospitality: challenges and opportunities for a sustainable future

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption,Department of Communication, Arts and Media

Departmental Projects

Hybridization in Milan: an analysis of activities and neighbourhoods

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption,Department of Communication, Arts and Media

Departmental Projects

Hybridization of spaces in Milan - culture and consumption

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption,Department of Communication, Arts and Media

Departmental Projects

Procedural workings

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption

Departmental Projects

A new public right to entertainment?

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption

Departmental Projects

Strategies and performance in the tourism sector (2019)

Department of Business, Law, Economics and Consumption

Third party and competitive

Navigating in Byzantine Italy: an online catalogue for the knowledge and enhancement of a submerged artistic heritage

Department of Communication, Arts and Media

Period: 2019-2021 (PRIN 2017)

Departmental Projects

Milan told through the eyes of others

Department of Communication, Arts and Media

Third party and competitive

Greening the Visual: an Environmental Atlas of Italian Landscapes

Department of Humanities Studies

Year 2019

Departmental Projects

Prospective migrants: policies, representations, practices

Department of Humanities Studies