Guido Jacopo Luca Micheli

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Properly managing supply chain risks is at the top of many supply chain managers’ agendas. However, the process of selecting preventive measures to mitigate supply chain risks is often unstructured in practice. This is also reflected in academic literature, where selecting appropriate mitigation measures is performed via qualitative and rather informal(More)
The literature on occupational safety and health (OSH) interventions contains many debates on how interventions should work, but far less attention has been paid to how they actually do work, and to the contextual factors that influence their implementation, development and effect. The need of improving the understanding of the OSH interventions issue is(More)
This paper deals with the use OSH factors for the correct identification and prioritization of OSH interventions especially within the Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) context, by taking into account the relevant OSH-factors. However, this should not be done on a one-to-one basis, but rather through a meaningful group of connected factors, which(More)
Since its inception (Johannsen 1909) the notion of gene has evolved continuously (Keller 2000). In the past century the point of view about genes has been dominated by genetics up to the ‘30s. The great geneticists of that period, such as Sutton, Morgan, Bridges and Muller (Portin 2002), strongly contributed to the birth of that view. According to the(More)
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