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