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The Transborder Centre on Tourism and Mountain Economies (TEM) envisages university training, continuing education and applied academic research with particular attention to: a) the role of the territory and its institutions for the creation and strengthening of short and long networks; b) the skills and environmental factors that allow the birth, growth and internationalization of companies to achieve and maintain competitive advantages.In addition to research and disseminating knowledge activities, the Centre will offer services to public and private institutions of the cross-border territory.



The seventh meeting of the cycle of meetings “Karakorum”, about the current global crisis, will be held Friday 12 june 2020, at 18.00.

Speakers: Paolo Sfameni and Roberto Calvo.

The meeting will be held in ITALIAN LANGUAGE.

For further information, see the link below.


The Department of Economics and Political Sciences and the Transborder Centre on Tourism and Mountain Economies at the University of Aosta Valley offers a digital space for reflection for students, the academic community and the local community.

Karakorum, is a cycle of meetings focused on some of the most important current issues analyzed from an economic, historical, political and legal point of view. The meetings will be held in ITALIAN LANGUAGE, on a virtual platform accessible from the website www.univda.it, every Friday at 18.00, from 24 April to 12 June 2020.

For further information and the complete calendar, see the link below.

“2ND TEM workshop on local development and tourism in alpine regions”

The University of Aosta Valley and the University of Savoie Mont Blanc are pleased to announce the second TEM workshop on local development and tourism in Alpine regions.
The event, organised by the Transborder centre on Tourism and Mountain Economies (TEM), aims at gathering together scientists coming from different fields such as economics, marketing, business administration and law. During the workshop, researchers and stakeholders will work together in thematic Panels.

Further information on the initiative is available on the Lunch Seminar event page (see the button below).