RebResNet is a professional and informal scientifically research network consisting of academics, practitioners, researchers and experts in field of economic resources and bioeconomy, which aims to promote a highly competitive virtual environment for increasing the research visibility through studies, projects, conferences, seminars, roundtables and publishing.
The RebResNet includes international academic, research institutions and individuals working on designing a new theoretical and practical paradigm imposed by the transition from a traditional resource based economy to a biobased economy.
The network promotes and encourages serious research discussions related to the emergence of traditional economy relaying on linear resource usage and its transformations into a new bio-based economy.
The RebResNet intends to support both academia and decision makers in designing new strategies for valuing the potentials and maximizing the social and economic impacts of transition from a resource based economy to a bio-based economy.
RebResNet intends to develop and offer a wide range of network scientific activities and functions, acting both a research platform and dissemination instrument for its members. It will act as a virtual platform on debating current applied and theoretical themes in economic resources and bioeconomics, with an emphasis on specific policy issues.
The Institute of Agricultural Economics, Belgrade, RS Serbia
Gestion y Planificación research group (GESPLAN), Spain
The Institute of Economics Sciences, Belgrade, RS Serbia
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration - University “St Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria
Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjacka Banja, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Michurinsk State Agrarian University, Russia
Faculty of Tourism - Montenegro Tourism School
Mediterranean University Podgorica
Center for Russian and Ukrainian Studies, Harbin Engineering University, China
Faculty of Business and Tourism in Budva, Montenegro
Faculty of Economics, University Of Pristina, with temporary seat in Kosovska Mitrovica