Kirwan, J., Maye, D., & Brunori, G. (2017). Acknowledging complexity in food supply chains when assessing their performance and sustainability. Journal of Rural Studies, 52, 21-32.
Schmitt, E., Galli, F., Menozzi, D., Maye, D., Touzard, J. M., Marescotti, A., … & Brunori, G. (2017). Comparing the sustainability of local and global food products in Europe. Journal of Cleaner Production, 165, 346-359.
Schmitt, E., Barjolle, D., Tanquerey-Cado, A., & Brunori, G. (2017). Sustainability comparison of a local and a global milk value chains in Switzerland. Bio-based and Applied Economics, 5(2), 175-198.
Gava, O., Favilli, E., Bartolini, F., & Brunori, G. (2017). Knowledge networks and their role in shaping the relations within the Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System in the agroenergy sector. The case of biogas in Tuscany (Italy). Journal of Rural Studies, 56, 100-113.
Kirwan, J., Maye, D., & Brunori, G. (2017). Reflexive governance, incorporating ethics and changing understandings of food chain performance. Sociologia Ruralis, 57(3), 357-377.
Galli, F., Venturi, F., Bartolini, F., Gava, O., Zinnai, A., Chiara, S., … & Brunori, G. (2017). Shaping food systems towards improved nutrition: A case study on Tuscan Bread Protected Designation of Origin. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 20(4), 533-552.
Bartolini, F., Gava, O., & Brunori, G. (2017). Biogas and EU’s 2020 targets: Evidence from a regional case study in Italy. Energy Policy, 109, 510-519.
Galli, F., & Brunori, G. (2017). Sustainability Performance of Food Chains: Linking Biodiversity and Nutritional Value in Italian Wheat-to-Bread Chains. Advances in Food Security and Sustainability. Volume 2, 2017, Pages 137-163
Brunori, G., Galli, F. Sustainability of local and global food chains: Introduction to the special issue (2016) Sustainability (Switzerland), 8 (8), art. no. 765.
Boncinelli, F., Bartolini, F., Brunori, G., Casini, L. Spatial analysis of the participation in agri-environment measures for organic farming (2016) Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 31 (4), pp. 375-386.
Boncinelli, F., Bartolini, F., Casini, L., Brunori, G. On farm non-agricultural activities: geographical determinants of diversification and intensification strategy (2016) Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, pp. 1-13. Article in Press. Cited 1 time.
Galli, F., Bartolini, F., Brunori, G. Handling diversity of visions and priorities in food chain sustainability assessment (2016) Sustainability (Switzerland), 8 (4), art. no. 305, . Cited 2 times.
Brunori, G., Galli, F., Barjolle, D., van Broekhuizen, R., Colombo, L., Giampietro, M., Kirwan, J., Lang, T., Mathijs, E., Maye, D., de Roest, K., Rougoor, C., Schwarz, J., Schmitt, E., Smith, J., Stojanovic, Z., Tisenkopfs, T., Touzard, J.-M. Are local food chains more sustainable than global food chains? Considerations for Assessment (2016) Sustainability (Switzerland), 8 (5), pp. 1-27. Cited 1 time.
Favilli, E., Rossi, A., Brunori, G. Food networks: collective action and local development. The role of organic farming as boundary object (2015) Organic Agriculture, 5 (3), pp. 235-243. Cited 1 time.
Brunori, G., Silvasti, T. Food security during climate change: The challenge of European diversity (2015) Climate Change Adaptation and Food Supply Chain Management, pp. 70-81.
Moschitz, H., Roep, D., Brunori, G., Tisenkopfs, T.
Learning and Innovation Networks for Sustainable Agriculture: Processes of Co-evolution, Joint Reflection and Facilitation (2015) Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 21 (1), pp. 1-11. Cited 13 times.
Bartolini, F., Angelini, L.G., Brunori, G., Gava, O. Impacts of the CAP 2014-2020 on the agroenergy sector in Tuscany, Italy (2015) Energies, 8 (2), pp. 1058-1079. Cited 3 times.
Tisenkopfs, T., Kunda, I., šūmane, S., Brunori, G., Klerkx, L., Moschitz, H. Learning and Innovation in Agriculture and Rural Development: The Use of the Concepts of Boundary Work and Boundary Objects (2015) Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 21 (1), pp. 13-33. Cited 5 times.
Brunori, G., Di Iacovo, F. Urban Food Security and Landscape Change: A Demand-side Approach (2014) Landscape Research, 39 (2), pp. 141-157. Cited 3 times.
Brunori, F Di Iacovo, S Innocenti (2014) Co-Producing Sustainability: Involving Parents and Civil Society in the Governance of School Meal Services. A Case Study from Pisa, Italy Sustainability 6 (4), 1643-1666
G Brunori, D Barjolle, AC Dockes, S Helmle, J Ingram, L Klerkx, (2013) CAP Reform and Innovation: The Role of Learning and Innovation Networks EuroChoices 12 (2), 27-33
Brunori, G, “Biomass, Biovalue and Sustainability: Some Thoughts on the Definition of the Bioeconomy,” EuroChoices, 12 (2013), 48–52
Brunori G., V Malandrin, and A Rossi, “Trade-off or Convergence? The Role of Food Security in the Evolution of Food Discourse in Italy,” Journal of Rural Studies, 29 (2013), 19–29
Brunori G., Rossi A., Malandrin V., “Co-producing Transition: Innovation Processes in Farms Adhering to Solidarity-based Purchase Groups (GAS)in Tuscany, Italy” , INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD,vol. volume 18, issue 1(2011),pp 28,tot.pag 25,2011
Brunori, G, M Shucksmith, C Kasimis, Deverre C., B Bock, H Vihinen, and others, “XXIV Congress of the European Society for Rural Sociology ‘Inequality and Diversity in European Rural Areas’ 22-25 August 2011, Chania, Crete, Greece,”Sociologia Ruralis, 51 (2011), 215–218
Freibauer, A, E Mathijs, G Brunori, Z Damianova, E Faroult, J G Gomis, and others, “Sustainable Food Consumption and Production in a Resource-constrained World,”EuroChoices, 10 (2011), 38–43
Brunori, G, R Cerruti, S Medeot, and A Rossi, “Looking for Alternatives: The Construction of the Organic Beef Chain in Mugello, Tuscany,”International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 7 (2008), 126–143
Renting, H, H Oostindie, C Laurent, G Brunori, D Barjolle, A M Jervell, and others, “Multifunctionality of Agricultural Activities, Changing Rural Identities and New Institutional Arrangements,”International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 7 (2008), 361–385
Brunori, G, and A Rossi, “Differentiating Countryside: Social Representations and Governance Patterns in Rural Areas with High Social Density: The Case of Chianti, Italy,” Journal of Rural Studies, 23 (2007), 183–205
Brunori G. , “Post-Rural Processes in Wealthy Rural Areas: Hybrid Networks and Symbolic Capital,”Research in Rural Sociology and Development, 12 (2006), 121–145
Brunori, G, and A Rossi, “Synergy and Coherence Through Collective Action: Some Insights from Wine Routes in Tuscany,” Sociologia Ruralis, 40 (2000), 409–423
Brunori G. (2007) « Local food and alternative food networks: a communication perspective», Anthropology of Food, S2, Mars 2007, From local food to localised food/De produits locaux à produits localisés, [En ligne], mis en ligne le 19 avril 2007. URL : Consulté le 17 juin 2007.
G.Brunori, F.Ventura, P.Milone, Roest, M.Miele, A.Menghi (2006) “Food matters-Revitalising tradition in Italy” in Driving rural development: policy and practice in seven EU countries, Van Gorcum, pp. 22-50
Gianluca Brunori, Raffaella Cerruti, Stefania Medeot, Adanella Rossi (2006), “Specificity as a key in aligning regional interests (Pecorino di Pistoia: on-farm made sheep cheese of raw milk)” in Nourishing networks (Fourteen lessons about creating sustainable food supply chains), pp. 136-142, Dirk Roep & Han Wiskerke, Reed Business Information
Gianluca Brunori, Raffaella Cerruti, Stefania Medeot, Adanella Rossi (2006), “Regional marketing as basic security” in Nourishing networks (Fourteen lessons about creating sustainable food supply chains), pp. 113-120, Dirk Roep & Han Wiskerke eds, Reed Business Information
G.Brunori, R.Cerruti, S.Medeot, A.Rossi (2005) “The Raw Sheep-Milk Cheese Of Pistoia Mountains: A Case Study”, Agricoltura Mediterranea, Num. 2, Vol. 135, Pp. 127-146
Bozzoli, T., G. Brunori & M. Rovai (2004) Water Management And Environmental Awareness: A Case Study On Nursery Gardening In Tuscany, Italy, Farming And Rural Systems Resaerch And Extension, Vol. 1, Pp. 745-756, Vila Real, Portugal
Brunori G., Galli M & Rossi A.(2004) “Competing wine regimes: some insights from wine routes in Tuscany” in Wiskerke H. and Van der Ploeg J.D. (eds) Seed of transition, pp. 319-340, Van Gorcum
Giovanni Belletti, Gianluca Brunori, Andrea Marescotti e Adanella Rossi (2003) “Multifunctionality and rural development: a multilevel approach” in Multifunctional Agriculture, pp. 55-80, Guido Van Huylenbroeck, Ghent University, Belgium
Van Der Ploeg, J.D., Renting, H., Brunori, G., Knickel, K., Mannion, J., Marsden, T., De Roest, K., Sevilla-Guzmán, E., Ventura, F. Rural development: From practices and policies towards theory (2000) Sociologia Ruralis, 40 (4)