Equilibri is a journal focused on sustainable development in the broadest sense of the word. It fosters an interdisciplinary approach, linking different ideas and perspectives, using a non technical language but applying the criteria of scientific rigour on which research is based. The goal is to provide a composite and pluralistic vision of development compatible with the conservation of social equilibria across a broad range of fields.
Each issue features a section of thematic articles on a main theme debated from various angles, an in-depth essay, a report on a sustainable event and two other sections, one of which devoted to classical research themes and the other to industrial and economic policy subjects.
Editor in chief Alessandro Lanza Board of directors Emanuela Colombo, Manfred Hafner, Riccardo Luna, Stefano Pareglio, Chiara Ristori (coordinator), Giulio Sapelli, Domenico Siniscalco, Filippo Tessari, Sergio Vergalli Editorial staff Pasquale Alferj, Veronica Ronchi.
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